Review of Zombie Hoard by Slingshot Studios

The Slingshot Studios and Microgaming collaboration, Zombie Hoard, is a slot machine with 5 reels and 9 betting options. It has a humorous zombie theme, is playable from 0.90 to 45 EUR a spin across all devices, and benefits from a free spin feature that can be used in two different ways.

It has an exceptional sense of humor and is illustrated with vibrant, childlike images. A fun addition to the experience is the 8-bit video game inspired background music, and the reels, which are set against the silhouette of a big city, feature zombie hands on both sides of the reels that start clapping and giving you thumbs up whenever you land a slightly more significant winning combination.

On the reels you’ll discover the conventional A, K, Q, J and 10 royals as well as 4 distinct zombies – the chef zombie being the most valued out of the regular symbols giving you 55.55 times your bet for 5 across a payline. In the main game, the Zombie Hoard emblem acts as a wild and appears stacked on reels 3 and 4. For 5 of a kind, you’ll win 133.33 times your wager, making it the most lucrative symbol overall.

Slingshot Studios’ Zombie Hoard (Featuring)

The free spins bonus is the game’s major draw, and it may be activated in one of two ways in Zombie Hoard:

A single free spin may be won by collecting tokens (brains) tied to low-value symbols. When your total wins reach 30, you’ll unlock 30 free spins.

Free spins may be triggered by landing 3, 4, or 5 scatter symbols, and all accumulated free spins can be used to play the bonus. The maximum number of bonus spins available is 34.

Once the free games feature has been activated, you’ll receive a 2x multiplier and super stacked wilds across all 5 reels. That’s pretty much all there is to it.

The verdict for Zombie Hoard by Slingshot Studios

The focus of the slot machine Zombie Hoard seems to be more on the impressive visuals than on appealing to the gambler in all of us. That being said, Slingshot Studios still has our support since there is something about this game that works. We have no problem with Zombie Hoard’s lack of complexity; in fact, after playing so many Megaways slots, it’s nice to switch back to a simple 9-liner. If only the possibility was greater, then playing would have been much more exciting. Unfortunately, not under the present system.

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