Published on 4 November 2014 by Rhi
Everyone likes everything on the go and video slots are no different. Netent developed Netent Touch software, allowing them to offer selected games across mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. These days, all newly released slots are brought out on both mobile and desktop, but only the most popular older slots have been developed into Touch versions. Today, we’re talking the vampire themed Blood Suckers.
Device: iPad Mini
Browser: Google Chrome
Netent Touch Casino: Betsson
About Blood Suckers
Blood Suckers is a 5-reel, 25-line vampire themed video slot from Netent. This slot has a higher than usual payout ratio, with a theoretical RTP of 98%!
The symbols feature all things vampire related from beautiful girls, to charming men, garlic to bloody stakes and more. It’s kind of creepy and definitely cool. Scatter symbols and Wilds help to increase wins, plus bonus symbols take you to a spine tingling bonus game where you get to become a vampire slayer!
Blood Suckers Netent Touch
I played Blood Suckers Touch on Google Chrome as it’s simply my preferred browser. The games are optimised for Safari, and as always I received the warning, but you can choose whether to continue or switch browsers and in my experience, Google Chrome has always worked perfectly. It’s good to be warned though, so if you do experience any issues, you know to try the optimized browser instead. I feel like these reviews might get a little repetitive, but all Netent Touch games I’ve tried so far, have been really outstanding. I actually prefer playing on mobile devices myself, the graphics are amazing, even clearer than my desktop computer, truth be told, and I can play them wherever I want. The sound is always automatically off, so it’s not going to surprise anyone, which I think was a really important detail for Netent to get right!
As you can see from the video, the Touch version of Blood Suckers includes all the same features as the desktop version, so you’re not compromising anything by playing on the smaller devices and it’s actually much more convenient and of course, mobile!