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It’s a 5×3 reel slot, is made by NetEnt and has been around since 2014.
As is the case with so many NetEnt slots, adjusting the Bet Level (1-10) and the Coin Value (0.01-0.50) is what determines the total amount you’re wagering per spin.
And if maths isn’t your thing, worry not. Just below the green buttons, the game displays the three key numbers. 1) Your bank. 2) How much you’re betting on the next spin and 3) How much you won on the previous spin (if you won). All these amounts are displayed in cash, meaning you don’t have to work it all out for yourself. And to read further into this you can go to our Mechanics page.
Of course, if you want to just cut to the chase, you can do so by clicking on the Max Bet button. You can but the advice is to take it easy, at least to start with. You can always increase your bet a bit later when you’re on a roll or just have a good hunch about the next spin.
The other thing you can do is use Autoplay. Here you can choose to play a pre-determined number of spins without having to do anything, up to a maximum of 1000. Using the Advanced Settings allows you to set certain limits which will bring the Autoplay to an end, such as if you secure a win that comes to a particular amount.
When we said it’s a throwback to old school Vegas slots, we meant it. It’s not just the fact that the playing cards are joined by cherries, bells and Bar symbols, it’s also the Neon lights and music that go with it. If you were taken back in time to a casino floor somewhere in Downtown Vegas, this is the sort of slot you’d expect to find in front of you.
If you glance just to the left and right of the reels, you’ll see the number 243. That’s the different available ways you can win. How come so many? Because, unlike most slots, symbols don’t necessarily have to be in a straight line to count as a winning combination. So, for example, you could have two cherries in a line and then another on the next reel but in the position below them.
The hierarchy from least valuable to most valuable goes like this: cherry, bell, BAR, Red Seven, Diamonds. Getting three, four or five of them guarantees you a win with five Diamonds paying out the game’s maximum win. There’s nothing to say you can’t have more than one winning combination on the reels at any given time. In fact, it happens quite a lot.
Why is the game called Twin Spin? We’ll soon reveal all.
Getting the Wild Symbol is pretty rare compared to a lot of other slots. It only appears on Reels 2,3 or 4 and quite frankly, you’ll be lucky to see it any more often than once every 40 or so spins.
But when it does appear, it certainly makes up for its absence in the preceding spins.
You certainly can’t miss it; it’s big, it’s red and yellow and it spells out the word ‘Wild’.
In a way, Twin Spin doesn’t have a bonus round at all. In another way, you could say that every spin is a bonus round. Let’s explain what we mean by that.
While the reels are spinning, the game will choose two reels to end up being the same when they stop spinning. In other words, two of the reels are cloned, which obviously helps you out.
By the way, that’s at least two. It could be as many as three, four or all five, though that obviously doesn’t happen that often. But it does occasionally and unsurprisingly that always lead to a big win because even if it’s one of the lower-value ones, you’re always going to have five identical symbols.
As happens with just about every NetEnt slot, they’re great when it comes to playing them on mobile. So whatever mobile device you like- Android phone, iPhone, iPad or tablet – you’re going to get as much out of it, if not more, as you would playing on a desktop.
For those interested in the science behind slots, this is a medium to high volatility slot with an RTP of 96.6%, which is pretty high. The hit rate stands at 27.8%, or in layman’s terms: you secure a win of some description roughly every four spins.
If you’ve paid attention up to this point, what we’re about to tell you next shouldn’t come as any great surprise.
Twin Spin is a pretty simple slot in just about every way. The symbols are of the same variety and appearance as those you’d see 50-odd years ago, there’s no Scatter symbol at all and there isn’t a free spins round either, making it one of the very few slots at Mr Green not to have one. As we said earlier, it doesn’t really have a bonus round at all.
But on the flip side, the Twin Spin (or Joint Reels Feature if you prefer) means that every spin is an event of sorts. Some may find it a little dull that there’s nothing beyond the base game. But then again, if you secure five symbols in a row and the game tells you you’ve secured a Mega Win, you won’t be too fussed a bit about how you secured it; only that you did.
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