Spiñata Grande Slot Review
Spiñata Grande is powered by Net Entertainment and has 5 reels, 4 rows and 40 paylines. This slot is fun and joyful which has a mariachi theme with spinning piñatas, candy, confetti and colossal fun. Playable from 20p to £200 a spin, Spiñata Grande has unique features which are described below – it also has a great and lively soundtrack!
The game benefits from Colossal symbols, a Mini-Slot feature and Colossal wilds in the Free Spins feature. All symbols can appear as a Colossal symbol in either a block of 2×2 or 3×3 to give you bigger wins. Anyway, the Mini-Slot feature is triggered when the Colossal Bonus symbol appears on the reels. Depending how much of the symbol is showing, it will turn into 3, 6 or 9 individual mini-slot symbols.
This game will contain scatter symbols, free spins symbols, extra spin symbols and 3 different coin symbols. If you get 3 free spins symbols anywhere in the Mini-Slot, you will trigger the Free Spins feature. 3 Free Spins symbols will reward you with 5 free spins with every extra spin symbol giving you 1 extra free spin.
What makes the feature interesting is the Colossal Wild which is symbol block of 3×3 wild symbols – this is similar to the concept used in the King Colossus slot by QuickSpin. I’ve managed to get 8 free spins before with the Colossal Wild appearing 3 times – this led to a 312 times stake win overall.
I found Spiñata Grande to be a medium slot with the potential in the Free Spins feature. Most of the wins will come in the base game but will tend to be smaller. Getting a Colossal Wild win is quite rare though so you need to be patient. The maximum to be won in 1 spin is only 60 times your stake so don’t expect huge amounts.
However, I found the Mini-Slot feature to be quite lucrative. I love the concept of Spiñata Grande with the colossal symbols but I do think NetEnt missed a trick but not making it higher variance. It’s a slot I will play fairly regularly though but will mostly play the classics like Dead or Alive and Gonzo’s Quest.