Here’s a joker amidst a traditional deck of slots: the “Fun House” virtual slot machine dons a jester motif in its modified, semi-contemporary format.
Like a digital slot machine at a casino, this “machine” allows up to five paylines (and shells out a max jackpot of 5,000 coins) and accepts a quite liberal currency range between a quarter and $25 that makes it accessible to the less serious amongst gambling folks (the “clowns” if you will).
The experience is full of enough levity to simulate what makes a casino fun even if you do go home a loser, except here you can stay home and be a loser without even ignominiously showing your face. It allows guilty pleasures to remain as they are: secret outlets for so-called shameful desires.
Like most other theme slot machines whose relative “7” is a specialized icon of sorts, the one here is a “Funhouse” symbol that allows multiple means of increasing payout potential with lesser bet amounts, depending on the number of symbols that appear on the screen, which is sure to put a grin on those pecuniary pessimists who are perpetually predisposed to frown (especially when they gamble). With a total of 10 different winning combinations, odds are slightly elevated to make the occasional swift kick to the can feel like it was at least done with a clown shoe.