Celebrate the good life by attending a joyful Oktoberfest! Stein Haus is a 50 payline slot from Novomatic that’s all about beer and having a good time together.
In English, stein referes to traditional beer mugs made out of stoneware or certain ornamental beer mugs that can be made out of wide range of different materials. Stein is an abbreviation of the German word Steinzeug which means stoneware or Steinzeugkrug which means stoneware jug. In German, the word Stein simply means stone and is not used for any beer containers. A German speaker would be more likely to use terms such as Krug, Humpen or Seidel to denote a beer mug.
Steinhaus can be played in a number of different casinos. My favorite online casino that offer this game is Leo Vegas casino. Other csinos that offer this game include Guts casino and videoslots casino.
The Stein Haus slot has 5 reels.
There are 50 paylines.
The smallest possible wager on Stein Haus is €0.50 per round. The largest possible wager is €50 per round, which is why this slot has become quite popular among the slot machine high rollers online.
The beer mug symbol is wild. The wilds can replace ordinary symbols, but not the scatter symbol.
The wilds often appear stacked 2 to 4 high.
Stein Haus has a Free Spins round that features Walking Wilds.
You need three scatter symbols to get to the Free Spins round and receive 10 free spins. The scatter symbol is the Stein House logo.
During free spins, three massive beer mugs will act as Walking Wilds. Each beer is so big it takes up at least two symbol slots on the reels.
After each coin win, you can elect to risk the money playing double-or-nothing. This is completely volountary – if you don’t want to take this risk you don’t have to.
If you elect to play double-or-nothing, your job is to correctly guess if the next card in the deck will be red or black. A correct guess will double the money. An incorrect guess means that you have lost the money.
Stein Haus is a medium variance slot.
The RTP is 95.26 which is in the lower range of what we find acceptable.
Oktoberfest is a huge Volksfest held in Munich, Bavaria each year from late September to early October. It has its origin in the festivities that took place in Munich in the fall of 1810 to celebrate the wedding of Kronprinz Ludwig and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen in October that year.
Nowadays, the Oktoberfest in Munich has become an important part of Bavarian culture and it also attracts a lot of visitors from outside Bavaria. In an average year, over 6 million people will attend.
The popularity of the Munich Oktoberfest has led to Oktoberfests being held in other parts of the world as well, although they tend to be shorter events, e.g. one weekend only.