Prepare for a double whammy of 1-liner slots from NetEnt as they have created a progressive twin of Grand Spinn. There are no differences between the two other than the main jackpot being progressive that will reach on average mid-to-high five-figure sums. Your jackpot chase on the reels of Grand Spinn Superpot is sweetened with multiplier wilds and a Nudge feature that can lead to wins of up to 7,040 times your bet.
Grand Spinn Superpot is a progressive video slot with three reels, three rows and one pay line. Wins are awarded for three matching symbols on the pay line from left to right only. Playable on desktop or mobile devices, it comes with bet sizes from 0.02 to 200 credits per spin. A total of 2.70% from each bet is contributing to the progressive Super Jackpot. The RTP of this high variance game is set at 96.21%.
The slot shares the luxurious design with its non-progressive twin, featuring a structured deep red and golden background that is trying to convey the Art Deco style. Artistically drawn fruit and other traditional slot symbols populate the reels. An acoustic orchestra provides the fitting audio to the gameplay.
No changes on the pay symbols, other than the name for the main jackpot. In ascending order they are bars, cherries, plums, oranges, melons and sevens. Hit three on the single pay line to win 0.5x to 10x your stake. A red gem in a golden frame is the wild symbol, awarding as well 10x your bet when three land on the line. However, these are multiplier wilds, each marked with x2. One wild in a winning combo will multiply the win by x2, two will raise that to x4 and three wilds will multiply it by x8, which is taking the maximum win potential in a single spin without nudges to 80x your stake.
NetEnt has included some features to keep you happy while chasing the progressive jackpot, which has a win probability of roughly 1:1.67 million spins at a nominal €1.00 bet. Higher or lower bets will change that number accordingly. Additionally to the Multiplier Wilds which will multiply any wins by up to x8, you will benefit from a Nudge feature.
The Nudge feature is triggered on every winning spin. If the symbol on top of the winning symbol on reel one is matching it, then the reel moves one position down, awarding the same win again. This repeats until there appears a different symbol on top. The nudges will continue then with reel two and reel three if there are as well matching symbols on top. The sequence ends when no more matching symbols appear on top of the winning symbols.
Should an arrow symbol appear on top of the winning symbol, then the reels where the arrow is in view move to the bottom of the current winning symbol stack and then all nudges are repeated one more time. Remember, wins are paid again and again after each nudge.
The main motivation to play this slot will be the three jackpots of which one is progressive – Mini at 40 coins, Midi at 200 coins and Super expected to trigger on average around €50,000 – which can be won on any spin. In real money, you will have to multiply the coins for the lower jackpots by the bet level.
To win the jackpots, you will need to have jackpot symbols appearing on top of the pay line, be it at the end of a Nudge feature, on a winning or losing spin. If different symbols land, then the lowest jackpot is paid. Matching symbols will award the respective jackpot. Hitting three Super Jackpot symbols will award the progressive jackpot.
Not really sure if this was really needed. Why NetEnt went for identical slots is anyone’s guess as in our view they could have gone just with the progressive version. Well, time will tell where this archaic-looking 1-liners will end up on the ranking lists. The progressive twin could make it into the TOP100 as the jackpot chasers will play it just like all other progressives but the standard version might just disappear into the dark abyss of non-relevant slot games.