Spooky Slots Serving Up Big Jackpots At Michigan Online Casinos

Written By Paul Costanzo on October 27, 2022 - Last Updated on November 2, 2022

Slot machine developers love a good theme, and Halloween season provides plenty of opportunity for that. If you’ve visited a Michigan online casino lately, you’ve certainly seen plenty of Spooky Slots being featured.

Vampires, pumpkins, witches and anything that can be considered remotely spooky all make for good online slot graphics.

As people are in the mood for that type of thing in mid-autumn, it makes sense for operators to put that front and center.

With a handful of them also being progressive jackpot slots, it doesn’t take a whole lot of selling to get players to click through.

Here is a sampling of spooky online slot games you can find at Michigan online casinos.

Lady of the Dead Deluxe spooky slots game

The deluxe version of the Lady of the Dead slot has a payout that goes as high as $250,000. Eagle Casino & Sports has a linked-progressive jackpot version of the game, as well.

Lady of the Dead Deluxe features a two-tiered screen, with the 15-line slot game on the bottom and the bonus Sky Wheel above it. You can bet as little as $0.60 and as much as $30 on a given spin.

If you get three or more Sky Wheel icons, you can spin the wheel with a chance at one of four jackpots — grand, major, minor and mini. Your stake carries over into that bonus spin, and a second spin gives you a multiplier up to 5x.

Halloween spooky slots: Lightning Horseman

One of the most common spooky slot games at Michigan online casinos is Lightning Horseman, which is available at 11 of the state’s 14 online casinos.

It’s a simple game based on the tale of the headless horseman, Ichabod Crane. He’s in the game as a wild symbol, but the real fun comes from the lightning.

Get six or more lightning symbols in a spin, and you’ll be sent to the Lightning Respin bonus round. Every lightning symbol on the board after your spins are complete will turn into a prize.

The game comes with a max payout of $195,000.

  • Where to play: Caesars, Golden Nugget, DraftKings, BetMGM, FanDuel, BetRivers, WynnBET, Barstool, Four Winds, FireKeepers, Eagle Casino & Sports
  • Paylines: 40
  • Minimum bet: $0.40
  • Maximum bet: $50
  • RTP: 92.52%

Money Galaxy Radiant Witch slot game

This progressive jackpot slot has an interesting availability, as it’s only at three Michigan online casinos, and none of the big players.

BetRivers — which had a progressive jackpot of about $10,800 of Thursday morning — WynnBET and Eagle Casino & Sports all feature the game from Konami.

The game is brighter — more radiant? — than most spooky slots, but it still qualifies. Purple crystal balls can trigger the bonus round, and the witch triggers the jackpot feature.

  • Where to play: BetRivers, WynnBET, Eagle Casino & Sports
  • Paylines: 50
  • Minimum bet: $0.50
  • Maximum bet: $250
  • RTP: 96.08%

Loot’EnKhamun The Dead Sea Scrolls progressive jackpot slot

Surprise, surprise, the lone exclusive game on our list belongs to BetMGM Michigan Casino.

The state’s largest provider brings you Loot’EnKhamun the Dead Sea Scrolls which isn’t really Halloween or spooky themed, but it’s apparently mysterious enough to land it in BetMGM’s Spooky Slots section.

It’s a progressive jackpot slot, and BetMGM Michigan was listing it as around $1.385 million as of Thursday morning. The jackpot feature can be triggered randomly at anytime, and there are five different levels.

There’s also a bonus round which can be launched if you get three or more hieroglyphic symbols.

  • Where to play: BetMGM
  • Paylines: 243
  • Minimum bet: $0.20
  • Maximum bet: $50
  • RTP: 91.09%

Screenshots from Golden Nugget, Caesars, BetRivers and BetMGM

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Paul Costanzo is the managing editor of PlayMichigan, the No. 1 source for online gambling news in Michigan. He has covered news and sports throughout the state at various media outlets over the past 20 years. Paul works with a talented team at PlayMichigan to provide the latest news and information on Michigan’s booming sports betting, online casino and online poker industries.

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