Quickspin will be releasing the Spinions Beach Party slot later this month – watch the official YouTube trailer to see the volatile game in action.
Spinions Beach Party will have 5 reels and 25 paylines – the game is very similar to the Minions/Despicable Me films which have become world famous. Anyway, the game will be available to play on desktop, mobile and tablet devices from just 25p per spin.
With colourful graphics and set against a tropical beach surrounding, symbols on the reels include fruit based cocktails. The Spinion wild symbol is key to triggering the Spinions Sticky Wild Respin feature where wilds remain sticky – you carry on getting respins if more wilds appear.
Then you have the Beach Club Free Spins feature where you will begin with 10 free spins – Spinion Wilds are important as they remain sticky during the feature when they appear. Don’t let this cute, fun and entertaining game fool you.
It’s highly volatile with wins of nearly 2,000 times your stake to be won on every spin. Anyway, until its released, you can get an idea of how the features work by watching the official YouTube trailer below:
Quickspin may not offer as many slots as other software providers but they do focus on quality rather than quantity – they offer 24 slot games with varying theme and superb, and innovative, bonus features. My favourite is King Colossus which has an excellent Free Spins feature where you will get up to 3 Bonus wild symbols. You can earn more free spins but it’s all about the Massive King 3×3 symbol which can take over 3 rows on the middle 3 rows for colossal-sized wins.
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