Mr Spin is the most recent addition to the Intouch Games stable which is headed up by mFortune Casino. If you’ve played at the latter mobile site then you might well be thinking Mr Spin will be the same – it’s not. Mr Spin itself is very simplistic, but that’s no bad thing as you instantly have access to a selection of slots and games which are unique to the Intouch Group. We also like the name and the lucky Chinese style cat that adorns the logo.
No Deposit Bonus
New players to Mr Spin are rewarded with 50 free spins on registration – depending where you look on the site though this welcome offer is also promoted as a £5 no deposit bonus. You do need to enter your mobile phone number in order to sign up with the site. The bonus money can’t be withdrawn but any money won from the registration bonus is paid as a cash credit and (subject to withdrawal limits) can be withdrawn at any time.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £10 for depositing players and £30 for non-depositing players. The maximum withdrawal a player can make without depositing is £50. If you choose to go on to become a depositing player then there’s a 100% first deposit bonus. This is valid for deposits from £3 to £100. Note that wins from bonuses are paid to your cash account and no wagering terms apply.
Mr Spin offers a good selection of slots, but they can only be played on mobile. To play a game you need to request that it’s sent to your mobile. This does seem a little bit antiquated compared to other brands. However, the pay off is that you do get to play slots that aren’t available elsewhere.
Top games include Reel Royalty, Woodstock Slots, Jewelette, The Mummy’s Purse, Polar Slots, Crocpot Slots, Arabian Nights and Monkey Kong. All games have jackpots but the number available is very limited. There is a roulette game but no blackjack.
Go Social For Promos
Promotions for regular players do seem to be limited also. However at time of writing there was a £3 bonus on offer for downloading the new Reel Royalty game to your mobile. Our advice for promo seekers is to follow Mr Spin on Facebook as they seem to post the latest offers and also run small competitions via that channel. It’s worth doing too as the number of entrants is often quite small – that means more chances for you to bag a bonus or two.
There are one or two negatives with Mr Spin – namely the selection of games and the fact you have to download them to your mobile. We would like to see a desktop/tablet friendly site with perhaps more games but we guess they may well come in time. That said, it’s nice to go to a casino and not be offered the same old Fluffy Favourites and Starburst slots. In our recent reviews we’ve been crying out for uniqueness and in that respect it’s a big tick for Mr Spin.