There’s a stripped back look to the reels in Spinsane. You’ll see plenty of blank spaces on the reels while you spin. You’ll also find a collection of vulpine-themed imagery. As well as the standard symbols, you’ll also see its match that has been scratched by a wolf paw. The super symbol with the paw scratch is much more valuable than the standard symbols.
- Tooth pays 0.2, 0.5 or 2.5 times your stake / Scratched Tooth pays 10, 40 or 25 times your stakes
- Paw pays 0.8, 2 or 10 times your stake / Scratched Paw pays 40, 80 or 100 times your stake
- Wolf Pays 4, 8 or 50 times your stake / Scratched Wolf pays 10, 40 or 500 times your stake
Scratched Super Symbols can substitute for standard symbols of the same type to create the highest possible winning combination. There’s also a wild that substitutes for all of the standard symbols. This can appear on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 only in the base game.
The howling wolf silhouette is the scatter. Land 5 or more of these on the same spin and you’ll trigger the Free Spins feature. For every scatter on the triggering spin you’ll receive 2 free spins. For example, 5 scatters gets 10 free spins. 7 scatters would award 14 free spins – there’s a maximum of 30 free spins to be won initially.
Each scatter that lands during the feature adds 1 more free spin to your total. Boosting your winning chances during the free spins are stacked overlay wilds. At least 1 set of overlay wilds will appear on reels 2, 3, 4 or 5 during each free spin.
With all the blank spaces on the reels Spinsane looks rather unusual on first view, especially with the duplicated Super Symbols. It’s easy enough to get your head around the Super Symbol concept though. Add the free spins into the mix, complete with the overlay wilds, and there’s enough going on here to keep things interesting. You can also win 5,000 times your stake on every spin or free spin.
The design is typical Net Entertainment so no complaints there. Put all that together and Spinsane becomes a playable option, especially if you like the wild wolf theme. Saying that, it’s rather odd and doesn’t compare to other Net Entertainment slot games like Dead or Alive II or Arcane: Reel Chaos.