You’ll see that the layout of this game is a little bit different to the regular online video slots, and instead presents players with an interface of five reels and four rows. The icons included on these reels are all fairly large as well, providing gamers with an enlarged overall screen to view. And speaking of the icons on the reels, these are all relative to the story and theme of the game. So, you’ll find icons of both Dracula and his lady love interest firstly. These both appear on the reels as stacked symbols, and any part of the stack included in a winning bet line pays out. These are joined by three other characters, obviously poised to be Dracula’s next victims, and these come in the form of a beggar boy, a man clutching on to a wine bottle, and a woman dressed in luxurious furs holding on to her miniature dog. Other icons are of the regular A, J, K and Q symbols.
As well as these reels and rows, Dracula is home to a total of 40 separate pay lines, none of which are able to be customised as they’re fixed in place. However, for those of you who are interested in adjusting things, you can switch about your wager placed per round. This is done in the first instance via the ‘Coin Value’ box, which has a range from €0.01 up to €1 per line. Then, after this, you can adjust it even further with the ‘Level’ box, which is able to be changed between one and 10. Should you push both of these up to the maximum level, you’ll be playing an overall wager of €200 per spin. Of course, there is a ‘Max Bet’ button to allow you to reach this limit instantly.