Spin and Win slot - Free Play - Game Review
Despite not being the most creative name we’ve seen for a video slot, Spin and Win – a game from Play 'n Go, one of the world’s largest game developers, and a name that you’ll almost certainly know for games like Book of Dead, Wild North, Super Flip, and Danish Flip – is actually quite fun to play, and thanks to the fact that it’s developed in full HTML5, it’s available to enjoy from all mobile devices, AND main desktop computers and laptops, thanks to the fact that it’s fully mobile-optimised.
Now, onto the game itself, and you’ll see that Spin and Win uses a type of Vegas-like design to present players with an exciting and dynamic playing experience.
The game itself is playable from as little as £0.10 per spin, and the maximum spin – dependant on the casino you choose to play at – can range to as high as £200 per spin. The reason for the variation in stake sizes, is simply down to the fact that different casinos offer different maximum limits in order to mitigate their risk in the case of big wins.
Interestingly, the game only uses a five line format, making it more of a classic video slot than anything else – however, despite this, Play 'n Go have managed to ensure that the game encompasses some of the best graphics and design work that you’re probably used to seeing within their games, and you’ll also see many of the common slot functions available, like the autoplay button – which allows you to set a number of spins up to a total of 1000 – and a bet Max button, which saves you from having to scroll through all of the different bet sizes automatically.
Symbols on the reels are relatively basic, and include traditional playing card symbols, including Ten, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace - making up of course, the lower paying symbols – and the higher paying symbols include bars, sevens, and more.
The bonus is triggered by landing three of the bonus wheel symbols anywhere in view, and once you do so you will be taken to a separate game screen where you will see a big wheel spin. Dependent on where the notch lands, you can win up to 100 and 3X your total stake, making it relatively generous in terms of win potential.
There is also a secondary bonus game, which is triggered by landing three of the female scatter symbols anywhere in view. Once you do, you will be tasked with picking a box, and the box you pick will then reveal a cash prize which can award up to 150 X times your total stake.
Overall, despite not being every players cup of tea, the game offers quite an intriguing and unique playing experience, and you would do well to check it out if you’re looking to try something a little different from the game developer.
Pros: Spin and Win is fun, well-built, and enjoyable; the win potential is there as well, thanks to the two different types of bonus feature.
Cons: There is no free spins round available, which will undoubtedly be a turnoff for some players.