Haunted Opera Guide
The story of the Phantom of the Opera originally appeared as a novel, but has since gone on to grace theaters, movie screens and Broadway stages. But never before could you win a real of riches by entering the Gothic world of haunted opera houses, unrequited love and a musical prodigy with insecurity issues. The masked phantom may be a figure of horror and tragedy, but you’ll be glad when he shows up to both grant you free spins, and make you feel better about your own appearance.
This slot game features 20 lines of action, bets from 5 cents to $50 per line, a haunting bonus game and a random, progressive jackpot.
How to Play Haunted Opera
Just choose how many lines to play (from 1-20), select a bet per line amount (from .05 to $50) then hit “Spin”.
Use the up and down arrows to adjust the amount you wish to bet per line – from 5 cents to $50 per line. The more you bet in regular games, the more you can earn when you hit the bonus round.
Use the up and down arrows to choose how many lines you want to play per spin.
Once you’ve selected your bet and number of lines just sing a few notes from Faust, then hit Spin.
There are two ways to play this game. You can hit “Spin” every time yourself. Or you can use “Autoplay” to sit back and do some remote-control Phantom hunting. Hitting “Autoplay” will bring up a menu where you can select the number of spins, and when you want it to stop.
With 20 lines of action, scatters and wild symbols, you might need to find out what’s going on during the game. Just hit “Help” at any time to see winning combinations, complete game rules and bonus round information.
Symbols & Characters
Letters are the scatter symbol in this game. And just to clarify, that’s the Letters you write to express your tragic, undying love, and not the letters of the alphabet.
The Mask symbol substitutes for all other symbols except scattered Letters. And if one appears in any winning combination the prize is doubled. When one appears in free games during the bonus round, your prize is multiplied by 6x!
Getting to the Bonus Round
Just find a Letter on reel 1 and a Mask on reel 5 on the same spin.
Playing the Bonus Round
The bonus round consists of 5 spins. But keep your eyes open for the appearance of the elusive Phantom. He can pop out from anywhere during the bonus round, and each time he does you’ll earn extra free games.
All prizes are tripled during the bonus round.
This bonus round can’t be re-triggered.
- All symbols play left to right except scattered Letters, which pay any
- Wins on different lines are added
- Scatter wins are added to line wins
- Scatter wins are multiplied by total bet
- Line wins are multiplied by bet per line
- Highest win only on each line
- Maximum win per paid spin is 40,000 times bet per line
- Bonus games are played at the same # of lines and bet amount as the spin that triggered the Feature
Random Progressive Jackpot
Phantom of the Opera features a Random, Progressive Jackpot that you could win on any spin, randomly. And the jackpot is Progressive, so it just keeps building and building until it’s won.
The story behind the game
The Phantom of the Opera got its start as a book. Surprisingly, it wasn’t all that successful originally. Since then it’s been re-made in a number of forms, including the 1986 Andrew Lloyd Weber musical. That show is now the longest running Broadway show in history. It’s also the most lucrative enterprise in entertainment history. Its worldwide box office revenues are higher even than the biggest movie in history, 1997’s Titanic. And the story has made even more money through means of some occasionally surprising merchandising deals, like the Phantom of the Opera action figure for example.
Given its long record of profitability, it seems only right that the story is finally giving something back. To you, specifically. So enjoy this spooky journey of tragic love and creepy masks.
Scatter Symbol: Symbols that win you cash or sometimes free games no matter where they land.
Random Progressive Jackpot: A jackpot that is both awarded randomly, rather than when you get a specific symbol or symbols when you spin, and that increases in value until it’s won.
Autoplay: Pre-setting your slot machine with a set number of automatic spins. This way you don’t have to hit the “Spin” button each time you want to play.
Feature/Bonus game: This means a number of spins you get to play for free, but where you still get to keep anything you win.