Discover fishing’s fear factor in Big Bass Halloween, the horrifying new slot release that makes Texas Chainsaw Massacre look like Mary Berry’s Country House Secrets. Play Big Bass Halloween now
In this grisly new take on the fish-themed slot, you’ll find a nightmarish world of angling atrocities.
Big Bass Halloween with Free Spins
Crows with gore-streaked beaks perch ominously in anticipation of the awaiting piscine apocalypse, as blood-soaked zombie bass writhe around in an orgy of depravity.
Worst of all, the friendly fisherman of previous titles appears to have undergone some terrifying personality change.
Dressed in a rain slicker and wielding a meathook, this previously avuncular figure now seems destined to embark on a frenzied bloodletting spree. Sort of like that bloke in the little-remembered 90s horror film I Know What You Did Last Summer.
Oh well, that’s what angling will do to a man, I guess. Anyhoo, if you’re up for a slot that combines the thrills of fishing with the chills of Halloween (Hallo-bream?), have we got slot for you.
Played across a three row, five reel slot, the high volatility action takes place across a gloom-ridden lake at midnight, various grim symbols populating the reels alongside an appropriately doom-ridden soundtrack.
Fisherman Wilds collect Fish prizes
If the ambience is unsettling, the prize potential should cheer you up. Look for the Money symbols; these fish offer random money values of up to 2000x your stake.
There’s also a Free Spins feature, triggered if you can land three or more Scatters; three Scatters award 10 Free Spins, four Scatters give you 15, and with five Scatters you’ll receive 20 Free Spins.
During the Free Spins, each Fisherman Wild that lands will also collect the values of any money symbols on screen.
Fisherman symbols are also collected during Free Spins; every time you collect four symbols, you’ll trigger an extra ten Free Spins. Fish values gain a multiplier with each retrigger too – x2 the first time, x3 on the second, and x10 for the third.
Ready to embrace a new dimension in bass-based abominations, then? This deep dive into dread combines fright with delight for a fishing trip you’ll never forget.