Spinzilla has had a pass the parcel history. It started life as Winneroo Games on the Probability platform before renaming to Spinzilla and moving to Dragonfish. Previously owned by Ludos, Spinzilla is now part of Silverspin. Spinzilla describes itself as the "hottest destination for online and mobile slots". Regular players can earn weekly rewards and spin the Spinzilla Wheel.
Spinzilla ia busy looking cartoon comic style site, which mirrors it's sister site at Bingorella. The homepage is splashed in colour and features popular fruit machine icons. Cherries, Lucky 7s, Melons, Bells and Bars are all evident. Popular slots, new games and jackpots also feature on the homepage. The Spinzilla online website is not responsive, but you can still play via mobile and tablet. No app is required. Versions of Spinzilla are also available to residents of Norway and Finland.
Spinzilla Welcome Offer
New players registering at Spinzilla used to receive 25 slot spins with no deposit needed. Sadly this offer ended and now you can only claim a first deposit bonus. Deposit £10 to £100 to receive a 100% bonus. In addition you will receive 25 spins on the Vikings slot game. Wagering terms do apply to both the bonus and wins on the spins. These are x65 and x80 respectively. Full details about the wagering terms can be found at Spinzilla.
Login to Spinzilla and you will find hundreds of top slots. We have to say that if you've joined the likes of Slot Crazy or Wink Slots then you will be very familiar with the games on offer. Among the recent or most popular slots are Guns N Roses, Starburst, Pig's Feast, Rainbow Riches, Wild Bazaar, Sticky Bandits, Baking Bonanza, Twice The Money and Second Strike. These are joined by top titles from operators such as Eyecon Games, Net Entertainment, Slingo and Barcrest.
Whilst Spinzilla is heavily populated with slots it is lacking in the casino game department. Versions of blackjack, bacarrat and keno are available but there's no roulette or live casino. Instant win games are limited too as is the scratchcard selection. This pretty much makes Spinzilla a brand just for slots players. Table game players should choose an alternative. 888 Casino, also powered by Dragonfish is probably the better option.
Player promotions are fairly limited at Spinzilla but regular depositors can take advantage of Weekly Rewards and The Spinzilla Wheel. For the former you need to deposit and wager £20 at the site between Monday and Sunday. Depending how much you deposit/wager will determine your rewards in terms of bonus spins, spin of the rewards wheel and extras. You can also earn speed vouchers which give you a fixed time to spin a slot as many times as you can.
Deposits and withdrawals at Spinzilla can be made via Paypal, Entropay, Paysafecard, Neteller and Ukash. In our view you can be happy with regards playing at Spinzilla because it's on the well known, safe and secure Dragonfish Slots platform. Whether you choose to play at this brand is up to you. There's a good selection of slots, a reasonable welcome offer and a rewards programme. Where Spinzilla lacks is in terms of table games and live casino.
With a no deposit bonus Spinzilla compared favourably with other Dragonfish powered brands. However since it dropped that particular offer there's nothing that makes it stand out - other than the design. That said the Weekly Rewards and Spinzilla Wheel does mean you can get reload bonuses on deposits. Provided you're happy with the wagering terms this does make Spinzilla an option to consider. Casino games players however should look at alternatives.