Grand Spinn comes in two versions, which are almost identical. You get a classic slot with a 3-reel engine and 1 fixed payline in the middle. Only three matching symbols landing here will pay out a win. Whilst this is a classic fruit machine, the décor is Art Deco, with burgundy and gold dominating the colour palette. The graphics aren’t super exciting, but they are crisp and go well with the theme.
We get an easy-listening background sound that we might listen to in some sort of lounge. And we get the sound effects of classic reels spinning.
On the reels, we get classic symbols such as the lucky 7, melons, oranges, plums, cherries and the BAR symbol. The lucky 7 is worth 20x our stake for 3 of a kind. The melons follow with 10x our stake for such a win. The other four symbols are worth between 1x and 5x our stake.
There’s also a ‘Grand Spinn’ empty symbol spinning along on the reels, which obviously doesn’t pay anything and doesn’t complete a winning combination either.
Three wild symbols are also worth 20x our stake, however, wilds come with a 2x multiplier. If you get two wilds, you get a 4x multiplier and three wilds in a winning combination would give you an 8x multiplier.
With just one payline, you can set your bets from 0.02 to 200.00, which makes it suitable for every budget.
Whilst there’s no separation between a base game and a bonus game, we do want to separate between the main feature in the game and the jackpots you might win.
When you get a winning combination on the reels, your win is shown and then the reels start to nudge downwards beginning on the first reel. Symbols often come stacked and the nudges move from one reel to the next, only stopping when the last symbol of the stack is reached. This usually gives you multiple wins in a row. Sometimes you might get two or three, other times as many as ten wins in a row.
Also, if an arrow symbol lands on your reels, the reels is reset to the beginning position and starts nudging down again, giving you additional wins.
Grand Spinn and Grand Spinn Superpot only differ in the jackpot area. In all other ways the games are identical. In order to trigger a jackpot, three jackpot symbols (of any kind) need to land on the payline. The lowest-value jackpot symbol that shows up here will then be paid out. Naturally, most of the time you’ll get the Mini jackpot.
The three jackpots are:
In the Grand Spinn Superpot version of the game, the Mega jackpot is replaced by a local progressive jackpot, which seeds at €/£ 500.
Which game you want to go for depends on the value of the Mega jackpot. If it’s below 10,000x your stake, you’ll want to opt for the Grand Spinn version.
The theoretical RTP (Return to Player) for Grand Spinn is 96.19% (the Superpot version gets 96.21%). The game is very volatile and with just 1 payline, wins won’t come often. But when they do, you will almost always get multiple wins at a time, which is nice and makes up for some of the losses.
You might want to budget carefully in this game, otherwise you won’t be playing for very long. Wagering more is tempting, of course, as the jackpots will also climb, and the return can be worthwhile even for a Mini jackpot. Just don’t overspend here. We’ve triggered the Mini jackpot once when we played this game.
Overall, Grand Spinn can be entertaining, especially if you like classic slots. It will need patience and a decent budget to get decent results here, though. But the potential is certainly there.
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