Fat Drac by Push Gaming is a 5-reel & 5-row online slot with Cluster Pay and a 96.57% RTP. Playable on all devices from €0.1 to €100 per spin, Fat Drac is a high volatility game with a max win capped at 50000x your stake.

  • 3rd slot in the “Fat” series
  • Free Spins feature
  • Instant Prize Bubble feature

Fat Drac, the new slot release from none other than Push Gaming and a title that is impossible to ignore. This also happens to be the third game in their “Fat” series, this time giving it a vampire twist for those of you looking for a little touch of Halloween all year round. Here you will be invited up to Fat Drac's mysterious castle found at the top of some pretty terrifying winding roads, while Fat Drac himself isn't all too scary at all. However, make no mistake, the guy is still hungry for blood.

In terms of special features, there are a total of 4 features to keep you entertained throughout the game. Starting off with the Instant Prize Bubbles that can appear both in the main game and the free spins feature. You also have the Fat Bat feature, Coffin Pick feature and finally, the Free Games feature which is the free spins feature of the game.

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How to win big in Fat Drac – Instant Prize Bubble feature

When the Fat Drac symbol lands on the reels it is able to reveal a Bat or paying symbol. Should a Bat symbol be revealed, then the Instant Prize Bubble feature will be triggered. This will cause the bat to fly to an Instant Prize Bubble found on the left side of the reels in order to reward you with the Instant Prize that is attached to it. The Instant Prize can be up to 50 000x your total stake and can be won both during the main game as well as during the free spins. With 7 shown, they will be nudged by 1 position with each spin and free spin.

Special Features

  • Fat Bat feature
  • Coffin Pick feature
  • Free Games feature

The Fat Bat feature will be triggered randomly during the main game, which will happen when a rumble occurs and the reels are dimmed. When this happens, the Fat Bat will be sitting at the top of the reels and then collect all the 7 instant prize bubbles shown.

Next, you have the Coffin Pick feature which will be triggered when a coffin symbol lands during the main game. You will then be asked to choose between 4 different options where you will be rewarded with up to 5 bats. The selected number of bats will then fly towards the instant prize bubbles in order to collect the prizes attached.

Finally, there is the Free Games feature that will be played when the Fat Drac symbol lands with a least 1 goblet symbol during a spin in the main game. You will then be rewarded with 5 free spins, seeing the Fat Drac getting fatter and fatter thanks to the goblets with blood. Every blood goblet landing will have Fat Drac move across the reels in order to drink it up. Every blood goblet will then be added to a meter. Every level that the Fat Drac moves up, the fatter he becomes, with 5 levels in total that can result in a Fat Drac symbol of 5x5 as well as 15 free spins.

Look and Feel of Fat Drac

There is a very obvious vampire theme going on here, with Count Dracula himself being the inspiration behind Fat Drac. However, the Drac has been going a little crazy on the intake of blood lately. You will be heading up to his castle found at the top of a mountain road, with the castle in view, some creepy old trees and even a skull placed on a pole all adding to the theme. The slot has been designed with a cartoon feel to it, making it fit in perfectly with the previous two “Fat” slots – Fat Rabbit and Fat Santa.

The reel set itself has been framed in stone pillars, complete with a gargoyle on both corners. The symbols on reels are represented by spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs which have gotten an alternative design to them. High-value symbols are instead represented by ink (blood) pens, vampire teeth and two different characters.

Disclaimer: the game’s RTP and min/max bet may vary depending on operator and jurisdiction. Use our data as a pointer, but always make sure you check the real RTP by locating the help file directly in the game itself once loaded.