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Horror and comedy go hand-in-hand so much in the world of slots. Whether it's the wackiness of Halloweenies, or the all-out weirdfest, Microgaming's Alaxe in Wonderland, it seems slots developers have pretensions of being the Tim Burton of the gaming world.
Developer NetEnt have gone down a similar route, if not opting for the all-out grossness, with their 5-reel, 20-payline slot, Devil's Delight.
It's friendly enough - bets start at just $0.01 - but there are plenty of sexy, cartoony graphics on show here. We get devils, baby imps, and hot girlie demons (demonatrixes?) galore.
Elsewhere, there are enough 666 symbols to satisfy even the most jaded heavy metal album cover designer, skeletons and pentagrams.
The fiery Devil is the game's Wild, and he substitutes for all symbols other than the scatter and Bonus.
Not only that, but in this game he expands in particularly demonic fashion across the second, third and fourth reels. Fans of expanded Wilds (and I count myself as one) will love it.
Three or more pentagram scatters will trigger a bonus game. Simply choose one of the pentagrams to win some free spins with a 2x multiplier.
Hit two or more pentagrams during the free spins and you will get to choose again to add more free spins and multipliers.
Watch out for the Grim Reaper symbol, as he's responsible for the bonus game when he lands on Reels 3, 4 and 5.
Here, you have to collect poor souls from the world of the living to win more spins. Simply choose a deadly sin (Envy, Lust, etc), attribute it to one of the people (or dogs) on the screen, and if the sin matches the person you'll bag their soul and a bonus prize.
Their ghostly soul will be stored in the Grim Reaper's Soul-o-Meter - collect 15 souls and you'll be awarded 10 'sin spins'.
Devil's Delight slot has certainly got some exciting elements to it. The bonus features seem to be where most of the biggest returns are to be had. In terms of devilish slots, iSoftBet's Halloween-themed slot, Hell City, is pretty close in style to Devil's Delight and course, don’t forget Microgaming's big-name comic book tie-in, Hellboy, for a healthy dose of fiery mayhem. Personally I prefer the more volatile nature of Leander's Afterlife Inferno, which also has a similar theme.