NetEnt Grand Spinn and Grand Spinn Superpot Hit the Market
NetEnt has decided to take us back in time to the luxurious and glamorous 1920s and the age of Art Deco in the company’s latest release, which comes in two different versions.
The newly-launched game brings plenty of excitement and chances to scoop handsome prizes and is sure to become very popular among slot aficionados around the globe.
As we’ve pointed out, NetEnt’s fresh launch is a unique dual release, offering NetEnt’s partners and their players two versions – the classic one, titled Grand Spinn, and the one featuring the progressive jackpot, named Grand Spinn Superpot.
This 2-in-1 package promises twice as much fun, with the Superpot version joining the developer’s growing collection of jackpot slots like Mega Fortune, Mega Fortune Dreams, Divine Fortune and Hall of Gods, which have awarded 10 multi-million jackpots in 2018 alone.
According to NetEnt, both these games are expected to become very popular among players, especially as they target a wide audience and can be played by both penny punters and high rollers.
The classic variant of the new release features a three-reel three-row layout with only a single pay-line, all wrapped up in a visually stunning art deco theme with elegant and stylish appearance and a 1920s spirit.
Although not rich in pay-lines, Grand Spinn still offers a decent number of built-in features to make the overall experience much more exciting. These features are the Nudge and multiplier Wilds, but its most appealing part is the fact this game has 3 non-progressive jackpots on offer: Mini, Midi, and Mega.
The Nudge feature is activated after a win, with the leftmost reel shifting down one place. If this shift results in another win, the whole process will repeat. The feature will come to an end when there are no more wins left. After this, the Nudge will move to the next reel.
The multiplier Wild can appear anywhere on the reels, substituting for other symbols including itself!
One of four available jackpots can be won at the end of the Nudge feature when jackpot symbols make their appearance on the winning stack.
Grand Spinn Superpot
If the non-progressive jackpot game is not your cup of tea, NetEnt offers the Grand Spinn Superpot version where things get exciting.
The game is not different from its classic counterpart, with the main difference being the fact it has a progressive jackpot on offer.
Each time players place a bet, a part of it is added to the Super Jackpot, and with a bit of luck, players can scoop fantastic awards going up to $50,000.
Commenting on the launch of the new release Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games said Gran Spinn offered Art Deco-inspired theme which would take players back to the 1920s, but the size of the potential prizes and jackpots on offer in Grand Spin Superpot was very much from the 21st century.
He pointed out there was a strong need for a simple yet entertaining game with unique features, and these two games did exactly that.
The launch of Grand Spinn and Grand Spinn Superpot comes only a couple of days after NetEnt went live in Pennsylvania.