Count Duckula Slot Review
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Count Duckula was a popular cartoon series that ran on British TV from 1988 to 1993. It originated from the same house as Danger Mouse and told the adventures of a vegetarian duck vampire and it featured the voices of David Jason and Ruby Wax. Count Duckula now lives on in the shape of a brand new slot game from Blueprint Gaming.
Count Duckula is a 5 reel 20 payline slot that can be played from between 20p and £500 a spin at Paddy Power Games. As you'd expect from a cartoon series, the graphics are top notch! All the main characters are included - Duckula, Igor and Nanny and the game is accompanied by an instrumental version of the show's theme tune as well as soundbites from the show.
Igor & Nanny Modifiers
The slot boasts several in game modifiers and these can be activated at any time. Look out for Duckula, Igor and Nanny dishing out wilds, potions and win spins as you play. The main game feature is a bonus round called the Duckula Wall of Fame. This is activated when at least three bonus symbols are visible on the reels.
The bonus round offers five different options: Ancestor Pick Me, Tombstone Bonus, Dr Von Goosewing Free Spins, Wild Heart Free Spins and Duckula's Big Money Bonus. Another potential outcome of the bonus round is the Rapid Fire Cashpot - this is the amount shown on the top left of the slot during real play.
As fans of ducks it's inevitable we'd have a penchant for this game. Visually it's definitely one of the best slots you'll play. The modifiers popped up a couple of times during our trial play and the Igor and Duckula ones resulted in big wins. The bonus round cropped up once and that resulted in a decent win with Dr Von Goosewing Free Spins. The graphics are again brilliant!
If you're a fan of Count Duckula then you'll love this game. If you've never seen the show then playing the slot may make you want to check it out. When we first reviewed this game we wondered whether a Dangermouse slot would arrive in the not too distant future? With The UKGC's clampdown on child appealing games we don't expect that will happen any time soon.