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Free The Spin Lab slot machine

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About The Spin Lab

Get ready to take a step into the future with The Spin Lab slot by NextGen Gaming. The game manages to pack in a series of science puns along with atoms and electronics alongside traditional slot mechanics. The game is a bright an interesting take on a topic that we don't see too many times on a slot, and the end result is a lot of fun.

The Spin Lab is a 5 reel, 25 payline video slot that ends up taking place on what looks to be a circuit board. The symbols in the game include standard slot symbols including a 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace, DNA strain, molecules, atoms, an electronic cube, a silver orb, and a multi-lighted strain of gas.

Feature wise, The Spin Lab is includes scatter symbols, wild symbols, a pick'em bonus, stacked wilds, stacked symbols, and a gamble feature. The gamble feature allows players to put their winnings at risk in order to possibly double or quadruple your wins. The slot also pays out right to left and left to right, which doubles the combinations that can be won. There is also a posted theoretical RTP percentage of 95.9%, which is average when compared to the other online slots you'll find.

I have spent about a half hour playing The Spin Lab, and I think that the game is pretty decent for an online slot, even though it's nothing spectacular. I absolutely loved the multiple science puns ("Are you positive you've lost a proton?") and the lot of big features present in the game. With that being said, the game does seem to go a long time in between major wins, and by the end of my experience I was ready to move on to something different. Still, this game has a number of great things going for it, and I think you should check it out, even if just for a few minutes.


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