Online slots reviews: Twin Spin by Net Entertainment
I like reviewing online slot machines, as these are my favorite online casino games. I'm especially excited about any new slots developed by Net Entertainment, a Swedish company highly valued by many - operators and players alike - because of their great games with a high quality. Some even consider this developer the 'Apple of the iGaming industry' because of their high standards and quality products. But enough about the company, let's see their latest video slot: Twin Spin.
Twin Spin (™ and all other applicable stuff) is the latest five-reel video slot machine developed by NetEnt. It doesn't have a specific theme, like many other new games launched by the company, instead it brings something completely new when it comes to gameplay: the five reels, after the 'Spin' button is pressed, divide into two (Twin) sets of reels - two of the reels are linked together at the beginning of each spin, and they later expand into three, four or five reels randomly.
Sounds interesting? It did for me, so I was eager to test the new slot machine.
The interface of the Twin Spin slot has the same structure and buttons as the usual - options for auto play, rebet, bet max, and others. The minimum coin value is 0.01 unit, and it can be increased to 0.50 units, and the bet amount can be set to amounts between 1 and 10 coins (the Level), so the maximum number of coins that can be bet on each spin is 250.
As all modern video slots, Twin Spin also comes with a Wild symbol, but there is no Scatter symbol in this game. Matching symbols in any position on three or more adjacent reels form a winning combination, up to total of 1.000 coins (for the Diamond symbol).
Speaking of symbols: the slot has a vintage versus modern look, with many classic slot machine symbols (like cherries, bells, diamonds and BAR) on the reels, along with the usual 'poker high cards' - 9 to Ace. It's almost like Slots meet Tron, with its black background and vibrant colors. It's a great looking slot machine, and the absence of side games and free spins doesn't make it boring at all.
Most slots are played for winning (except for this case, when I played the demo version of the slot at the NetEnt website). I set it to autoplay 25 spins, and I had the luck of seeing the twin reels expand to all five reels, causing me to win big (about 8.000 coins, if I recall correctly). Actual gambling experience may differ - as I said, I played the demo version only.
All things considered, the Twin Spin is nothing but another great (online) video slot machine released by Net Entertainment. It has the vintage Vegas look of the 21st century, and the twin wheels make it even more exciting.