Spin for a chance to win in Twin Spin Megaways, which features bonus symbols and the Megaways mechanic.
The bet sizes available in Twin Spin Megaways range from 10p to £20.
There are up to 117,649 paylines available in this game.
Twin Reel Feature
At the start of each spin, two or more reels are selected at random to be identical twin reels.
This means they are linked together for the duration of that spin.
The Twin Reel feature is in-play during both the main game and Free Spins bonus.
This causes all winning symbols to disappear from the reels and for an Avalanche to take place.
During an Avalanche, new symbols fall into the empty positions instead of spinning.
Avalanches continue until no more winning combinations land.
Wild Symbols and Wild Multiplier
Wilds can appear on reels two, three, four, five and six.
They substitute for all other symbols, except Scatters, helping you to form winning combinations.
During Free Spins, Wild symbols may contain a 2x or 3x multiplier.
2x and 3x Wild Multipliers increase the number of winning symbols (by two or three respectively) on the reels that they land on.
Should five Scatter symbols land during the main game or Free Spins, you will receive 15 free spins.
You'll win another free spin for every additional Scatter symbol that lands in both the main game and Free Spins.
Scatter symbols can land anywhere on the reels.
There will always be seven symbols on both twin reels while playing Free Spins.
It is possible to land Wild Multipliers during this feature.
For every spin, the number of symbols that can land on each reel is decided at random, ranging from two to seven.
Match symbols in any position on at least three adjacent reels, from left to right, to secure a Megaways win.
Additional wins are awarded if more of the same symbol appear on the same reels that create the longest Megaways win.
The number of Megaways is equal to the number of symbols on each of the reels multiplied.
The maximum number of Megaways is 117,649.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 96.04%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.04 of wins.