Roll up, roll up, and step right up to enter the creepy and mysterious Haunted Circus by Hacksaw Gaming! Brave through scary clowns and spine-chilling music to get a chance to spin the cursed carousel. Sitting at its top is a mind-blowing jackpot worth $2,500,000. So what are you waiting for?
Betting Options and Bonus Features
The Haunted Circus is played on a 5x4 reel grid with 1,024 ways to win. In order to reach these paylines, you need to land 3-5 matching symbols. Each symbol rewards a different amount depending on their type ranging between 0.30x and 2.50x your stake.
The main feature of the game is the Wild symbol. Wherever it lands it can substitute for every other symbol (except Scatter) to complete a winning payline. Furthermore, once it’s part of a winning combination, it will also activate the Wild Mystery Multipliers feature.
The Wild symbol transforms and takes on a multiplier value of up to 5x. Anytime there are multiple Wilds in the same payline the Wilds multiply each other’s multiplier.
The bonus game of Haunted Circus has two stages. In order to trigger it, you’ll need to hit 3 or more Scatter symbols. This will transport you to another screen where the Spooky Bonus Wheel feature begins. The wheel consists of 3 levels. Each has the same type of three outcomes.
- Multiplier - Receive an instant cash prize.
- Free spins round - Enter the free spins bonus round.
- Level-up arrow - Progress into the next part of the wheel with higher multipliers and free spins. If you hit an arrow on the last level you’ll receive a grand jackpot of $2,500,000!
In the free spins bonus round, the number of Wilds with multipliers is heavily increased and you’ll also unlock a new Free Spin symbol. Landing it will award 5 additional spins but can only be used 10 times.
A very well-made game meant for a specific crowd. The $2.5 jackpot is obviously insane but hardly realistic to win. Additionally, the jackpot doesn’t change with your bet size. So, in order to get the most value out of the game you want to bet smaller bets, which you might have already guessed I'm not a big fan of.