• The Ghost WalksPlay free game

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    • Software

      Belatra Games
    • Type

      Video Slots
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    Players will find a lot of different Halloween-themed online slots out there, and The Ghost Walks by Belatra Games is one of them. Instead of taking the typical approach of taking themselves too seriously with a scary theme, they've opted for something a bit more on the lighthearted side instead. The cartoony graphics have you set out in the middle of a graveyard looking up at the sky, waiting on ghosts to come by and give you chances to win. This game has a medium volatility, but the swings aren't that bad compared to how much you can win.

    Format and Layout

    The layout for this game has five reels with four rows. There are only 20 paylines, which is super uncommon for a 5x4 game, but we're completely fine with it because of how much easier it makes it to get scatter screens with 33 percent more screen real estate compared to a 5x3 format. You can pick to bet between one and five credits on each payline, and those can be multiplied by up to an incredible 100 coins per payline, which combines to give you an enormous degree of control over your actual bet sizes. The number of paylines are static and locked in place, however, so you can't change those.

    The Wild Haunted House

    A haunted house is a very common sight when it comes to anything Halloween-related, and Belatra made the smart decision to pick this for their wild symbol in this particular game. It appears on all reels, and it helps to give you plenty of extra winning combinations. Five of a kind pays out 2,000x, one of the largest payouts in the entire game. You also have a 400x and 100x win available for four of a kind and three of a kind, respectively. You can even pick up 10x for just two of a kind if a better three-of-a-kind win is not available.

    Scattered Ghost Symbols

    The ghost is the scatter, and you never know when he'll pop up. Unlike most games, his payouts are based on line bet amounts, and five of a kind gets you 1,000x. However, this can payout no matter where he appears on the reels, even if they aren't from left to right on consecutive vertical rows of symbols. Four of a kind earns a 200x payout, and you can also win 100x for three. These are some pretty good wins considering how much screen space there is to try to get these scatters in the first place.

    Free Spins Feature

    As is the case with a lot of games, you can get a set of free spins for three or more of the scattered ghost symbols. It doesn't matter where they show up on the reels when it comes to triggering this feature. Three of a kind awards you five free spins, and four will get you 12. A total of 25 free spins is yours for five of a kind. When you get three or more during the free spins themselves, you'll re-trigger the feature, and you can get up to 300 total free spins in one go in this way.

    Important Payouts and Wins

    The scatter and wild symbols give you the best payouts in the game. However, the next-highest win comes from The Ghost Walks symbol, which pays 600x for five of a kind. It's also the only other symbol besides the wild that gives you a payout for just two of a kind on a payline.

    Five of the butler gets you 400x, as does five of the old lady. Five of the chest with the skull or the headstone earns 300x. There's also a symbol with a bat that gets you 200x, which is the same payout for the A, K, Q and J card rank symbols. These are the lowest payouts in the whole game for five-of-a-kind wins.


    There's not a lot of depth to The Ghost Walks, and Belatra really just set out to make a pretty straightforward game here with a spooky theme. It's fun for what it is, but don't expect to get the gameplay experience of a lifetime out of it. Our favorite part is the graphical style and how they took a different route that's a little on the funny side. This makes this game stand out in a certain way when compared to other Halloween-themed titles.

    By Jesse Eddleman