The sequel is a follow-up of the provider’s first collaborative music slot, House of Doom. However, the music for that game came from a Swedish doom metal band called Candlemas.
Since Play’n GO’s first attempt to create a music slot had turned out to be quite popular, the provider thought that a similar theme could be used in the future as well.
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Considering the popularity of all these music slots, there’s no reason to believe that House of Doom 2: The Crypt will fail to impress. In addition, Play’n GO has added fantastic new features to this latest slot game, so players can take advantage of a Multiple Balance Saver and Expanding Wilds, as well as the combination of the two, while listening to some great music.
However, the CPO of Play’n GO, Martin Zettergen, believes the music itself won’t be enough to attract players. Even though this factor is expected to contribute to the popularity of the game, the provider still has to introduce attractive features that will make the gameplay interesting.