The team at Boku Slots were like Mexican jumping beans when we stumbled across Spinata Grande slots. NetEnt Studios have outdone themselves with this wild and fun slot game, which is definitely one of top our 10 slots.
So what does this Mexican fiesta have in store for us? Well with a 5 reel, 4 row layout and 40 pay lines, we think there is an awful lot for you to enjoy. There’s also an impressive RTP of 96.84%, which will feel like mariachi music to your ears for seasoned slot game players.
Bet Amounts – The betting begins at just 1p per pay line on Spinata Grande, meaning one spin will cost you just 20p. We feel this is very affordable, but if you want to kick it up a notch or ten then you have some adjustable options. The first is to increase your bet amount to 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p or £1. The second is to adjust the level by which you want to play, between levels 1 to 10. If you were to play at level 1 on a 1p per pay line bet, you would be betting a total of 20p per spin. If you played the same bet amount on level 10 you would be betting with £2 per spin.
Colossal Reels – The symbols on the reels are quite large for a slot game, making it unusual to watch and play. However, NetEnt have introduced something called Colossal Reels to Spinata Grande slots and we love it. The colossal symbols are either a 2×2 or a 3×3 symbol, meaning when it drops it covers a larger space on the reels. They can land anywhere on the 40 pay lines as well, so these can be very instrumental in helping you land those winning combinations.
Colossal Bonus – The colossal bonus symbol looks like a mini slot machine wearing a sombrero. How much of the colossal bonus symbol is on show when it lands, decides your bonus game size. It will turn into a mini slot of either 3, 6 or 9 squares. You will be allocated your initial winnings and then the mini slot will begin, where you will be awarded either coins or stars. The coins will be tallied up and then the stars will launch bonus spins. You can retrigger the bonus spins if you land any additional star symbols whilst the bonus game is in play. Once all spins have been used and no further stars are landed, the bonus game ends and all your winnings are allocated to your balance.
Symbols– Your wild symbols are the star and the skull symbols, which only appear in the bonus features. The higher value symbols are the fish, donkey, bird, and bull, which are all depicted as piñatas. Your lower range is the 10, J, Q, K and A which are all chunky and colourful lettering
Its siesta time now for the team here at Boku Slots but thankfully Spinata Grande never rests. We love the bright cheery music, the awesome graphics and of course the brilliant colossal reels leading into the bonus rounds. Unfortunately, the wilds can only be accessed during the bonus game, meaning if you are wanting quick wins this won’t be the game for you. However, if like us you plan to be in it for the long haul, then get your piñata bashing arms ready to play Spinata Grande slots.