The Spinsane slot game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment are one of the most established software providers on the market, being founded in 1996. Net Entertainment are a Swedish company but gained enough success to have offices all over the world. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). As such, we can state that the House Edge for Spinsane is 3.75%.
Spinsane uses 5 reels that are 3 symbols high with 27 paylines, playing from left to right.
Wild – The “W” is the game’s Wild symbol, substituting for all symbols, except for Scatter symbols and are only available on reels 2, 3, and 5.
Scatter – The “Howling Wolf” symbol is the game’s Scatter symbol. 5 or more of them anywhere on the reels will trigger the game’s Free Spins feature.
Super Symbols – Any of the game’s standard pay symbols can turn into super symbols when they form a winning payline. If this happens claw marks will appear on the symbols indicating an increase in their value, which could be as much as 10 times more than the standard symbol.
Free Spins – If you trigger the Free Spin by land 5 or more of the “Howling Wolf” scatter symbols anywhere on the reels in a single spin then you will be awarded double the number of triggering “Howling Wolf” symbols in Free Spins. During the feature, every time you land a “Howling Wolf” symbol you will be awarded an additional Free Spin.
Overlay Wild Reels – During the Free Spins, on of the reels, between reels 2-5 will turn fully Wild. This will happen for each of your Free Spins.
Spinsane is one of the most basic looking slot games that Net Entertainment have released in a long time. After a series of stunning slot games with exceptional bonus features we have been brought back down to earth with a firm bump. There are only a few symbols and none of them look that great. The fact that there are blank symbols tells you just about everything you need to know about this game’s aesthetic. The background is also very plain and underwhelming. You get a few basic features: Free Spins, Wilds and a few additions here and there but nothing like we have seen from the software giants of late. The house edge is competitively priced, meaning there is enough value in the game to check it out if you really want to, we just wouldn’t recommend it.