Net Entertainment’s Twin Happiness Video Slot Review

Twin Happiness: Demo

Combining design elements of Vegas and Asian casinos Twin Happiness is a 5 reel, 243 ways to win video slot from NetEnt. On each spin at least 2, and possible more reels will link together and display identical symbols. Play this simple game on all devices from between 25p and £125 per spin.

Twin Happiness has the look of an old school fruit machine, albeit one with more than a hint of Asia about it. On the reels you’ll see brightly coloured A to 9 royal values. More rewarding are the peaches and lantern, both of which pay 0.4, 1.875 and 6.25 times your bet if you land 3, 4 or 5 on adjacent reels.

Next come the bar which pays 0.375, 2.5 and 10 times your bet and the 7 which awards 0.75, 3.75 or 12.5 times your bet. The best paying symbol is the golden pot. Land 3, 4 or 5 of these in combination for a payout of 1.25, 6.25 or 25 times your bet. There’s also a wild that substitutes for all symbols. This can land on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 only.

There’s only one extra on offer in Twin Happiness which is the Twin Reel feature. On each spin, 2 randomly chosen adjacent reels will link together and display the same matching symbols. The link can expand and, in the process, combine 3, 4, or even 5 reels so they all show the same sets of symbols.

That’s your lot as far as gameplay goes. There aren’t any bonus feature here. All the action revolves around the Twin Reel feature. These can deliver some pretty good awards, especially if you see 4 or even 5 reels working together – up to 1,080 times your total bet.

As usual for a NetEnt video slot, the design here is nicely done. There’s a glossy look to the imagery and a Chinese flavour to the backing track. The gameplay here might be a little on the vanilla side for some tastes. For a straightforward classic fruity style video slot with just a hint of Asia that’s just what you’ll find in Twin Happiness.

If you like plenty of modifiers and features, then look elsewhere – NetEnt’s Dead or Alive II or Vikings (based on the television series) offer more than you’ll ever need.

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