Grand Spinn slot game provides players with an element of nostalgia and a classical feeling.
NetEnt have certainly looked to pull on emotion strings that bettors may have as it will provide players with the feeling that they are playing a slot game that can be found in a physical casino.
Indeed, our Grand Spinn review will help to highlight what to expect when spinning the reels of this game.
Following a classic approach, the Grand Spinn slot game has just three reels that feature three rows. However, there is just one payline available for players to try and form winning combinations and this is across the middle row.
Getting in on the action can cost as little as €0.02 per spin for those who do not want to play with vast sums of money, however players who like to bet as much as possible are limited to €200 per spin. Therefore, players of all betting ranges are able to place a bet that suits them.
Whilst testing the game, it was clear that NetEnt have kept some of the customisable elements that are prevalent in many of their other slots. These include the ‘Autoplay’ and the ‘Max Bet’ buttons that sit either side of the ‘Spin’ button across the game panel at the bottom of the playing grid.
As there are only a few rows in the Grand Spinn slot game, there are still a few icons available on the paytable that can provide players with wins. These follow the classic themes, as they are similar to what would be found on a fruit machine. Bars, cherries, plums, oranges, watermelons and the three sevens can be found, whilst there is also the game’s logo, however this acts as a blank symbol and does not award a payout.
Whilst rather simple to play, enjoyment levels should remain high as there are some great Grand Spinn bonus features available in the game.
The main feature is the Nudge mechanism. This can help form more wins as it is activated only when one has been obtained. If the icon above the winning symbol in reel one matches the one in the middle row, it will move down one spot and provide another payout. This process will be followed until no wins on that reel can be obtained, however it will not stop there.
When reel one has finished, the feature will move across the reels and look to provide extra wins on reels two and three – provided a matching symbol is located above the winning one.
Once the feature comes to an end, there may be a highlighted arrow above one of the reels. This will allow for the symbol stack to be reset to the first position and start the nudges once again.
Our Grand Spinn slot review also found that there are Multiplier Wilds and these can help further enhance the wins awarded. Whilst they have the ability to substitute the icons needed, they also come in the form of a 2x value. One will see the bet multiplied by the two, whereas two and three of the symbols will see bets multiplied by 4x and 8x respectively.
One other bonus icon that can be found in the game is the red diamond jackpot symbol. There are three different ones in the game, each with one of the following words: ‘Mini’, ‘Midi’ and ‘Mega’. These represent the jackpot.
If they appear in either the first or second position on the reels, they could trigger the jackpot. It should be noted that the lowest value will be won if three appear across the reels. For example, one ‘Mini’ and two ‘Mega’ icons will see the ‘Mini’ prize won.
These are still hugely valuable, though, as the Mini, Midi and Mega jackpots payout rewards of 40x, 200x and 10,000x the bet respectively when won!
RTP (return to player)
Whilst there is a Grand Spinn Free Play version available above this game review, players will find out that they could be missing out on some huge wins as the return to player (RTP) is set at 96.19%. This is split, though, as line wins are set at 86.97%, whereas the jackpots follow the following payout percentages: mini jackpot (4.69%), midi jackpot (1.56%) and mega jackpot (2.98%).