All Slots Casino Has Two New Mobile Titles for Halloween

October 9, 2013

 

Halloween is only a few weeks away, and a lot of people are getting ready for one of their favorite holidays of the year. Not only is Halloween a lot of fun, but it also signals the beginning of the holiday season for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. Online casinos know that this is the busiest time of the year for their industry, so they'll do what they can to keep players on their toes so that they stay excited about what's to come over the next few months.

All Slots Casino has something that you can really get excited about for Halloween with two new mobile titles that have a Halloween theme. First off is What a Hoot, a nine-payline video slot that is about a group of owls that just love to party. This game features a 5,000x top jackpot and a lot of other ways to get paid on its generous paytable. Though this game doesn't have any bonus features, you'll get more than enough value from the regular paytable. What a Hoot is a game that will really appeal to players who don't care about a game having a lot of flashy features that rarely hit.

The second mobile title that has been added at All Slots Casino is Halloweenies. This 20-payline video slot is based on a group of kids who go trick-or-treating on a quest to get candy. While Halloween is about trying to be scary, these kids just end up looking ridiculous. The wild monsters will help you to get some nice combination wins in this game, and you'll have a chance to win 13 free spins with a 3x multiplier. This is a fun game with nice bonus features for players who want to go big or go home this Halloween.

All Slots Mobile Casino is one of the most popular mobile casinos on the Internet. All Slots puts a lot of effort into pushing its mobile casino because they believe that mobile is where the industry is headed. This is why they have converted so many of their games over to HTML5 instead of Macromedia Flash, and that includes both What a Hoot and Halloweenies. HTML5 is superior to Macromedia Flash when it comes to online casino game applications, and even though Flash is more popular right now, sites like All Slots have been pushing for HTML5 games instead.