You might be wondering, what the heck does Spinata Grande mean. Well we’re taking a trip to Mexico for this slot from NetEnt. A pinata is a container that has inside small toys or candy that is opened at celebrations so hopefully this game will bring you plenty of surprises and some great wins too. The Colossal symbols in this game can definitely create that for you.
The Mexican look to the game is well adhered to and in the background we see a small Mexican village that appears to be getting ready for a party with balloons floating around. This is a five-reel game that has four rows of symbols and 20 paylines. Playing the game costs between £0.20 and £200 so it shouldn’t be a problem to find a betting level that you can comfortably play at.
There’s a bit of a fishy feel to this game. The pinatas take over the main symbols and come in the form of a fish (complete with sombrero and moustache), a donkey, a bull and a parrot. These symbols come in varying sizes and some are colossal taking up either 2×2 or 3×3 blocks,so the chances of getting them into winning combinations are pretty good. There’s also the Ten to Ace playing card symbols and again some of these are colossal.
There’s also a bonus symbol which is a one-armed bandit, not a disabled thief but a fruit machine with a Mexican sombrero on its head and this really plays an important part in this game. Three of these trigger the Mini Slot Bonus. During the main game this causes any other symbol to change into a Colossal one and that really gives you a chance of getting some good wins. More about what it does during the free spins round in a second.
This can be a bit of a complicated game so a good look through the paytable is really advised here. Also have some free games to get used to how this game runs. If you want to take some time away from the screen it’s possible to set an autoplay feature to allow you to do so. This can either be for between ten and a thousand automated spins or go for a more advance setting. Here you can set it so the automated spins can stop when your balance reaches a certain amount, either good or bad.
There’s a free spins symbol and if you can get three of these anywhere on the reels then you get five free spins. If you’re lucky enough to get anymore then each one gives you another free spin. During your free spins those colossal symbols are made up of either Colossal Bonus symbols, Colossal Wild symbols or the spinata symbols. The Wild only appears in the bonus game.
An interesting game that has a fun theme to it. The symbols really are fun to look and there are some interesting features here. The colossal symbols can certainly help get you some good wins here so this is definitely recommended.