Accessing the Frankenstein game will present you with a layout of five reels and three rows, so there’s nothing ultimately different about the visual side of things. All of its icons, as mentioned, are meticulously crafted, and they’re all very relevant to the included theme. These begin with the A, J, K, Q, 9 and 10 icons, which have all been given a grungy sort of design. Accompanying these are the character icons of Dr. Frankenstein himself, looking crazier than ever. There’s also the symbol of ‘The Monster’, bedecked in green. The final two icons exist in the form of Fritz, who is often known as Igor in many adaptations of the story, and ‘The Brain’ makes up the fourth of these. Other icons exist in the form of specialities symbols, which we’ll get to in a moment.
NetEnt have also included a total of 20 different pay lines alongside the reels and rows, although these can be adjusted to suit your own personal preferences. So, if you like altering the amount of active pay lines, simply click on a number along the side of the reels, or use the minus button to the left of the ‘Lines’ box. Further customisation can be done in relation to the wager you’re able to place per round. This is done firstly by changing the value of a single coin, with a range of €0.01 and €0.50 able to be chosen from. In addition, you can change the bet level between one and 10, resulting in you being able to place a maximum overall wager of €100 per round if these are set at their highest levels.