Slot Fundamentals: ReSpin on Win

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Slot Fundamentals is a column we run occasionally to help our players better understand how our games work. This edition deals with ReSpin on Win, a popular feature that can be found in some of our newer games.

High 5 Games has been creating the most innovative slot games around for going on two decades now. We want to give our players the best experience possible, which is why our game design team is always tinkering with new features to keep our latest releases fresh. One such feature that only recently saw the light of day is ReSpin on Win, which somehow manages to make winning combinations even more exciting. But how exactly does it work?

It’s pretty simple, actually. With ReSpin on Win, every wild or major line win awards a number of respins – meaning you get additional spins when you win. The rich get richer in these games, so to speak; every wild or major line win leads to free spins and (hopefully) even bigger jackpots. Look for ReSpin on Win in High 5 Casino games like Celtic Courage and Shake the Sky games like White Lion and Talon and Dove.

We hope you found that helpful, and that you score some huge wins on slots with ReSpin on Win! What’s the most respins you’ve ever been awarded in a game like this? Which slot fundamental would you like to see us explain in the future?

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4 thoughts on “Slot Fundamentals: ReSpin on Win

  1. i was wondering if you invite friends to play it says u get 1000 as a bonus when they play but how do u know if your getting thebonus is it added to your reg bnus or how does it work please exlain im kinda new to this friend bonus thing.

  2. Please explain why a 20 line game – or virtually ANY game, save for a few – has no payline grid in their paytable? It becomes even more critical to have this when a game uses non-standard geometric line wins in a game. I have had TOO MANY instances where an apparent win was drastically reduced because ONLY the first 3 reels were considered. Without that payline grid, there is no way to check these wins for accuracy or error.

    The ONLY games where it shouldn’t be necessary to provide this graphic are the ones where placement of the tiles in the rows doesn’t matter. Games with stricter rules for how the tiles must connect across the row MUST have a payline graphic! Until this is corrected for Celtic Courage (in particular), I will no longer play it, as I have no confidence in the accuracy or fairness of this game.

    This message is being posted on both the blog and facebook page, as well as in the Top Fans group. A reply with a clear explanation for why High 5 doesn’t think these grids are important will be expected.

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