As soon as you load up the game, you’ll see the interface of it, with its five reels and three rows. This makes up a fairly familiar interface for regular slots players, and it’s upon this layout that you’ll also find the symbols of the game. These are all based around the voodoo theme, with the first four being in the style of magical imagery. These are red, green, yellow and purple in colour, and are quite runic in form. A further four standard icons have also been added to the game, and these are in the shape of a vial of liquid with a skull chain wrapped around it, a sacrificial chicken, a skull-shaped menacing candle, and finally, a voodoo queen holding on to a needle. Three other icons have also been added to the game to provide it with its special features.
As well as the reels, rows and symbols included in the game, the developer has also provided a total of 25 separate pay lines. Should you have any interest in changing the active lines around, you can do so by either pressing one of the numbers down either side of the reels or by using the ‘Bet Lines’ button. You can also adjust the amount of the wager you place per spin as well, and this is done in the first instance by altering the value of a single coin. This starts from €0.01 per line and increases up to €0.50, and in the meantime, you can also adjust the bet level as well. This has a range of between one and four, and when you push both of these options up to their maximum levels, you’ll be placing a wager of €50 per round.