- A creepy slot from Stakelogic with familiar features
- Similar main bonus to the ‘book of’ series
- Superstake is essential but too expensive
Freaky Friday slot from Stakelogic is an interesting take on a classic and often copied game from PlayNGo, the Book of Ra. It certainly bears some similarities when it comes to the features as we’ll soon see, but with a key difference. The theme is also very different, not like the movie of the same name as you might have guessed, but instead it’s a more spooky and gruesome look. You have 5 reels and 4 rows giving you 20 pay lines in total. All you need is a winning combination from left to right using the base symbols. These are as follows, ranked in ascending order based on their value:
- 10, Jack or Queen
- King or Ace
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Freaky Friday Slot Bonuses and Features
Wild Scatters. In this game, the wild symbols are also the scatter symbols. That means 3 or more of them will trigger the free spins bonus, as well as giving you a scatter prize based on how many appear, up to 200x your stake. They also substitute for all other symbols in a winning combination, apart from the active expanding symbol during the bonus itself.
Free Spins Bonus. Once triggered, you’ll get 10 free spins, and before these start you’ll get a special symbol chosen to be the expanding symbol. During the spins, after the standard payouts, these special symbols will expand to fill the reels, and pay according to their payable, regardless of whether they are adjacent to each other or not. You can retrigger the bonus by landing 3 or more wild scatters anywhere on the reels, giving you 10 more free spins with the same expanding symbol.
Super Stake. You can activate the super stake at any point during the base game to enable to fixed symbols feature during free spins. Here, golden wild scatters can land, and the reels on which they land become fixed symbol reels where the expanding symbol will always expand on it when a win can occur, and these will remain active until the end of the bonus. The cost is doubling your stake.
Freaky Friday slot from Stakelogic at first appears to be a clone of the Book of Ra slot. The bonus is essentially the same without the super stake feature, and without activating it there isn’t really any point in playing this game. It does come at quite a cost, doubling your stake, but it does work fairly well. You can win up to 10,000x your stake in total during the bonus, but only 2,500x on a single spin. Personally, I think the payouts are a bit low, and given that you have to pay double your stake to trigger the almost essential super stake, it’s quite a hard game to recommend.