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Yes yes yes! What a gameeee! I love this slot, I really bloody do. I think there’s something about those vibrant colours, those juicy-looking symbols, and the lovely typeface that makes this game so alluring.
I mean the graphics, in general, are just beautiful, really. And the animations that go with it, as you can see in the video above, flow so delightfully too.
And the gameplay? Oh man, the gameplay. Just magnificent, honestly. There’s so much goodness on offer when you play, you can see just what I mean in the section below.
With regards to the symbols, they’re all different kinds of cocktails and fruits with a pink cocktail, a blue cocktail, a green cocktail, a strawberry, an orange, a kiwi, pineapple, and a melon featuring.
The best symbol to hit is the pink cocktail symbol which pays out at 200/1 should you hit five in a row.
Every time you hit a line your winning symbols will freeze and you’ll get a free spin. If you hit another one of these symbols, the same thing will keep happening until you don’t. There are also feature caps awarded randomly on top of that too which can result in free spins, a ‘2nd chance’ feature, an extra wilds feature, and a guaranteed win feature. You can see how that one works on the video at the top of the page.
You can’t bet on different lines on Spina Colada, but you can bet between 10p and £125 per spin. The house edge is a good 3.7%.
There is an autoplay feature which comes with a number of autostop options.
Excellent, excellent game this one. One of the finest I’ve reviewed, and I’ve reviewed a shit tonne, let me tell you.
With lovely crisp graphics to its wonderful animations, from a low house edge to its magnificent gameplay, this game is almost a 10/10 across the board.
The only thing letting it down? The bonus round, and though it can be really lucrative when you get there, it does take a lot of time to trigger it.
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Author: Tom M.
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