NetEnt Launches New Spinsane Slots

NetEnt Launches Spinsane Slots

Even though everyone in the northern hemisphere is gearing up for the beach to work on their tans, a steady supply of new slots games have been launched by software companies every week since Easter. What used to be a “winter sport” has clearly developed into a year-round endeavor to satisfy the never-ending thirst of players.

Now NetEnt has stepped up to the plate and launched the ferocious Spinsane Slots, featuring five reels, three rows, and 27 lines ensuring action never stops. Those looking at the image above thinking something’s a little off are correct. It’s based on classic stepper mechanics that immediately provide it with a unique look and feel, assuredly transporting users to crowded Las Vegas floors on a hot and steamy night.

Stepper style machines have tons of blank spaces on the reels, just like real one-armed bandits, so minimalists and those easily distracted will love it. Excitement is still on the menu, however, thanks to a crazy free spins mode, large amount of Wilds, and “suspense effects” that are sure to delight and entertain.

Spinsane is built to be simple with big payout potential, but with multiple features to tease and thrill it’s also designed to entertain, explained NetEnt Director of Games, Bryan Upton as he giggled slightly and brushed his hair aside while adjusting his glasses. He then got quite serious and stated, Something quite new to our portfolio and a very exciting release for NetEnt. Yes, a very exciting release indeed, Bryan, but it will be customers who have the final say.

Anyone brave enough to try out this wolf-themed creation should head over and open an account at Videoslots to take advantage of their current sign up offer. A fat 100% up to €200 will certainly stretch out bankrolls to permit a deeper dive into “Spinsanity”.

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