Spin Party is powered by Play ‘N Go and is a 5 reel, 10 paylines which can be played from 10p to £100 a spin. As with all Play ‘N Go slots, it can be played on laptop/PC as well as mobile and tablet devices. The game has a dance/party theme with a thumping techno/house soundtrack.
The reels are colourful and very purple with the graphics looking a little space age in my opinion – you will see traditional symbols though include cherries, bells, lemons, bars, and 7s. The soundtrack is quite ‘Ibiza’ and a little cheesy if I must say so. It does feel like you’re in a nightclub to be fair.
In terms of features, look out for the dancers wild which become Wild Dancers. When the Wild dancer symbol appears, it will expand to cover the entire reel. You will see a female dancer silhouette dance on the reel – quite cheesy. As a result, it will trigger a free re-spin with the reel wild and sticky. If you get the right symbols elsewhere on the reels, you can win big.
Now, if you get 2 or more wild symbols on the reels, it will trigger the Win Spins feature – this will reward you with a minimum of 5 free win spins. This feature can also be found in other Play ‘N Go titles like the popular Pimped. Anyway, each wild that appears during a win spin is sticky for the next win spin.
Every wild symbol can be sticky on up to 3 Win Spins if new wilds appear on preceding spins which can really boost your winning amount. Furthermore, each wild on a win spin triggers and extra win spin with up to 20 consecutive win spins available.
There’s a maximum of 500 times your stake available in Spin Party which is pretty decent – I found it to be a low to medium variance game. It’s not the best Play ‘N Go slot by a long way but a decent addition to the portfolio. I prefer other games like Riches of Ra and more recently released Golden Legend.