Spinsane is powered by Net Entertainment and has 5 reels and 27 paylines. Playable from 10p to £500 a spin on all devices, it comes with super symbols that replace regular symbols of the same kind to give you the best possible win. There’s a Free Spins feature where you’ll benefit from 1 wild reel on each free spin.
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Visually, Spinsane is rather odd – it’s based on wolves but the reels are curved and there’s a howling wolf silhouette above the reel set. On the reels you’ll see wolf teeth, wolf paws and wolves. You’ll notice the same symbols but with scratch marks across them – these are the super symbols which offer you an increased value. There are also blanks.
For example, 3, 4 or 5 of the wolf symbol will give you 4, 8 or 50 times your stake. The super wolf symbol will give you 10, 40 or 500 times your stake respectively. The super symbols will substitute for regular symbols of the same kind to give you the best possible winning outcome. You’ll also see wilds which appear on reels 2 through 5 – they substitute for all symbols bar the scatter.
Spinsane comes with a Free Spins feature – this is played when you get 5 or more howling wolf scatters. Every scatter will give you 2 free spins so you will get at least 10 free spins – if you fill the reels with scatters, you’ll begin the feature with 30 free spins.
During the feature, each scatter appearing will give you 1 extra free spin – with no limits. Furthermore, 1 of the reels (2, 3, 4 or 5) will be a wild reel on each free spin to help you forming winning combinations more easily.
Spinsane is quite a simple slot really but it’s all about the super symbols as they are worth so much more than the ordinary/standard versions. Variance wise, Spinsane is medium to high with top wins of 5,000 times your stake on each spin/free spin – this happens if you fill the reels with the super wolf symbol and/or wilds.
Graphically, Spinsane is not the best but it’s all about the gameplay. Plenty of other NetEnt slots have been fantastic to look at with low potential so this is a refreshing change. If you want high volatility, NetEnt’s Dead or Alive II would by my choice.