Join Dr. Frankenstein and his grotesque monster in this 5-reel, 20-payline adventure. Designed by Betsoft, Frankenslot's Monster takes you into the heart of this mad scientist's laboratory for an electrifying adventure. Electricity is actually a pretty big theme here because 1) the monster gets shocked quite frequently, and 2) electricity is used in many of the animations and symbols. We'll discuss all of this below along with the special features that you can expect from this game.
The symbols all relate to what you'd expect from a weird science experiment such as the one that Dr. Frankenstein is conducting. Machines, conductor boxes, eyeballs in jars and a full moon are all present on the reels. There's also an "Electrified" wild symbol that substitutes for everything except the scatter symbol.
As mentioned before, the setting for this game is the doctor's laboratory. The monster is situated to your left while the crazy, long-haired Frankenstein is on the right. Sometimes the monster will dance when you hit a winning payout while Frankenstein claps and rubs his hands together after you win.
You get free spins when you're able to land 3 scatter symbols in reels 2, 3 and/or 4. During free spins, the monster is electrified and breaks loose from his straps, which leads to him shooting bolts onto the reels and turning anywhere from 1-3 symbols wild. Once the free spins are over, Dr. Frankenstein will run back into the lab and re-strap his monster back to the bed.
There's also a bonus round, which is unlocked when you get 3 bonus symbols in reels 1, 3 and/or 5. You are then taken to a second screen, where you adjust knobs and pull a lever to shock the monster. Your reward will be a multiplier worth up to 25x your bet.
Frankenslot's Monster is compatible with Android, iOS and Windows Phones. This allows you to play Frankenslot's when you're on the run or just sitting in your living room.
From an overall standpoint, this is a pretty good slot that offers nice animations, good graphics and a fun approach to what's otherwise a dark story. But if there's any criticism, perhaps there could be another bonus round, or at least the one that's offered could be a little more in depth. Other than this, we certainly recommend that you give Frankenslot's Monster a few tries - especially if you're a fan of the movies and/or 1800s novel.