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Dante Hell HD
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Game Information

  • Type : slots
  • Software : World Match
  • Demo Mode : Yes
  • Min/Max Bet : $0.01 - 2
  • # Reels : 5
  • Paylines : 25
Dante Hell HD

Dante Hell HD Game Review

By: Russell Potvin

The third and final game in the Divine Comedy series from World Match is the Dante Hell slot machine. It offers up five reels and 25 lines filled with some seriously creepy icons that you're sure to love. Review it right here with the Dante Hell free play slot demo, available to gamblers throughout Canada with no download and no registration required. Like other free World Match titles, this one is available on both traditional and mobile platforms, as well.

The Final Chapter for Dante

This mysterious title offers up a wide range of symbols, which include Satan himself, ghosts, pitchforks, the Reaper, and more. Some of these icons have special functions that are designed to help you win more frequently, and these all start with the blue Wild Rune. It multiplies any winning combinations it helps to create by two, but does not pay anything on its own. Next is the pink Free Spin Rune that one offers anywhere from 12 to 20 free spins when you see three to five of them on your screen. Finally, there's the Bonus Game triggered by Dante himself. Just help Dante choose a destination - heaven, purgatory, or hell - and collect your winnings.

If you enjoy horror titles but you want one that you can play for real money, be sure to check out Blood Suckers from Net Entertainment. This one is all about the terrifying tale of vampires, and the beautiful graphics including bats, bibles, garlic, holy water, and more will keep you entertained for hours. There are five reels with 25 paylines, a jackpot worth $15,000, and plenty of exciting features. These include lots of wilds, 10 free spins, and a pick-and-click bonus round that is packed with prizes. Who knew that choosing a coffin could be so profitable?