The Spinner Takes All has its roots originally in a TV game show, the slot version has been built on a platform owned by Gameswarehouse. Players of this slot can enjoy 5 reels combining a total amount of paylines to 30. The theoretical Return To Play (RTP) currently stands at 95% which is certainly not to be sniffed at, this is a fairly decent return however this is just theoretical.
There are plenty of ways to win with Spinner Takes All, there is a prize board, Buzz’s Box Bonus, Spin it to Win it! And Prize Wheel. The graphics of the game are not cutting edge but it gives the vibe of being a fun game. The host is displayed to the right of the reels in an awful purple suit, he comes to life when there is a winning payline or if he gets board from no activity.
The entire theme is built around a quiz show, it hosts everything one would associate with such theme, including stage lights when the reels are in motion and a TV show set in the back drop. Players are limited in the options available, the only amendment to the game is the bet size, there is currently no way to change the amount of reels in play – although 30 pay lines makes it very interesting indeed.
Spinner Takes All Bonus Games
The most demanded bonus game is the Prize Wheel, this is instigated when 3 prize wheel symbols appear in view – taking the player to the main wheel. To initiate the bonus round simply drag the wheel clockwise and it will begin spinning, the prize that is shown after the wheel has stopped moving is the final prize for the bonus. The available prizes include 5 Prize Spins, Box Bonus, Prize Board or a multiplier which goes up to 1000x.
Prize Spins – This game is available through the Prize Wheel, players will enjoy the usual slot game which is available before the bonus but with a wild covering the middle reel. The bonus game will come to an end when all the free spins have been played, this is usually 5.
Box Bonus – This game is also exclusive through the prize wheel, to play all you need to do is select a box from the 20 on display, the possible prizes include a cash value, a cheque book and pen or a star. If you find a cheque book and pen this ends the feature, awarding the accumulated sum to the player. If you find a star you go through to the next round, allowing you to try and accumulate more cash. If you are very lucky you may hit three stars, this will initiate the Buzz’s Star Prize feature.
Prize Board – Available only through the prize wheel, comes the Prize Board bonus feature. You are required to select any sequence of squares which will reveal a symbol, you are awarded cash prizes for matching 3-of-a-kind or a star symbol. If you find three “x” then the bonus round is stopped, finding a star will increase your win and move you to the next Bonus Board round.
Gamble Board – This is a secondary game where you can test your luck against a spinning wheel, you have the option of selecting different card values, suits and colours and if the spinning wheel lands on a card which matches your selection, you will win more money. This game can also take away all previous accumulated winnings if you do not win.
Final review of Spinner Takes All
There are countless slot players who enjoy TV show style slots and we are sure this game is no exception. There are plenty of bonus games built into the slot to make it as entertaining as possible along with offering the chance to win plenty of money. The graphics aren’t great but it makes up for it in gameplay. Overall we are pretty happy with this game and did pretty well in the demo version too.