Twin Spin takes its name from the way, with every spin, two or more reels are synchronised to display the same symbols. In fact, players can encounter up to four linked reels on a single spin. In practice, this functions a little like having an additional wild symbol thrown into the mix on every spin.
In Vegas, or any other bricks and mortar casino, such a game would be taken out the backdoor and disposed of post haste, but the twinned reels of Twin Spin have been purposefully built into the game to help players out.
With this unique feature, scattered wilds and the game's 243 ways to win (but only from left to right), it's very easy to encounter wins when playing Twin Spin. In fact, as we played we noticed that it's not uncommon to get two or three wins in a row.
Unfortunately, there's no bonus round in Twin Spin. This means that, in order to win the jackpot, you're probably going to be relying on encountering four synchronised reels and having a bit of luck to line up the remaining reel. Obviously, you'll probably be playing for quite a while before you get this lucky.
If you prefer to play on your smartphone, many casinos also offer a mobile version of the game called Twin Spin Touch.