Spinzilla Casino is a super-energetic site with big art and big offers. This site offers similar games and promotions to Wild Spins and Jester Jackpots, fellow Cassava Enterprises sites. You’re sure to find some fun times here, but you might need sunglasses!
The artwork at Spinzilla is all original and unique, which is a massive plus point for any site. The main page shows a series of images of casinos and games, with cartoon artwork and bright colours. Very bright! This site is a nice change from the casino sites that try to be too serious and can be a little pretentious. You’ll also see a blue mascot figure, a kind of blob with a happy face. In short, Spinzilla looks great.
The site layout is pretty easy to follow, with the usual top area containing site links and your account information. The promotions area has original art for each offer clearly tells you the terms. The buttons for moving around the site are nice and large, not little plain-text links like some more formal sites. Help can be found on the site footer. This is a great example of a straightforward site with a fun, different aesthetic.
The help page leads to an ‘about’ section, contacts, FAQ and banking information, a neat little setup. The FAQs are only short and could be more useful, but it’s still a handy resource for new visitors.
Spinzilla can be reached by phone or email. The site does not currently have live chat, unfortunately. The phone lines are 9am to 1am, so night owls will have to wait for emails. Still, the team were helpful and friendly with us.
Spinzilla Casino has a series of day-to-day offers, which are great if you like to find something each time you pop back to a site. Twinkle Wednesday offers 40 free spins on the Twinkle slot, if you deposit £10. The chosen game may vary. There are special deposit codes for each day of the week, plus friend referral rewards.
The site's welcome offer is pretty basic, offering 20 free spins with your first five deposits of £10 or more for a total of 100. It doesn't scale (so big spending players don't receive any extra bonus), and all winnings are capped, so it's a bit weak when compared with other sites.
The games screen gives you a tile view, with some very handy filters to narrow down your selection. This includes categories and providers but also themes, such as ‘animal’ games.
The games take a few moments to load, but they do come with a bespoke overlay. This puts a blue background behind the game and a favourites area at the bottom. The site’s main navigation bar stays in place, to give you quick account access. It’s a nice-looking setup, but it would be better to have the option of going full-screen.
Spinzilla has a mobile guide on the site footer, which can tell you what’s available for mobile players. This includes a full mobile slots site and an app for iOS users, which should prove very useful. New players will get a lot out of this guide, which tells you what’s available for each phone type and how mobile casino works.
The actual mobile site follows the usual Cassava site template, but that’s no bad thing. It’s nothing new, but it is tried and tested and gives players full access to the games.
Spinzilla Casino is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Gibralter Gambling Commissioner. This along with monitoring by eCOGRA ensures fairness in the games and in company dealings.
You can rely on good security here, with a secure certificate on all pages. The site’s responsible gaming area provides sound advice, helpful links and account controls.
There are several slot providers at Spinzilla, though the selectin may not be as big as some other sites. You have some top NetEnt games like Spinata Grande and Elements: The Awakening, or check out Nyx/Thunderkick with Arcader and Foxin’ Wins. You’ll also see Eyecon, WMS and several 888 games slots like Knights and Maidens.
The table game selection is not massive here, but does include a bit of everything, such as roulette, blackjack, and baccarat. Keno and video poker are also on hand, or there’s live European Roulette by Evolution.
Spinzilla accepts a good range of payment methods, including MasterCard and Visa cards, PayPal, PaySafeCard, Neteller, EntroPay and even wire transfer.
The cashier is built on a pop-up and though that can be annoying, the system works well and it’s easy to follow. You can even bank by phone. There are no fees, but withdrawals will take around 4-7 working days.
Spinzilla has a simple VIP system with two tiers, VIP and Super VIP, which are invite-only. The rewards are not detailed, but appear to include VIP management, free spins, birthday bonuses, monthly cashback and weekly deposit bonuses.
Players can also earn points while playing on the site, which later convert into credit, so everyday users do have a basic reward.
Spinzilla Casino is very light-hearted and fun. The game selection may not include all the latest top slots, but it does include a great mixture of casual and upbeat games. The site has tons of information for new online players and good support, though the lack of live chat is a downside. If you like your sites bright, simple and easy to understand, this is a very good choice. A good set of payment options further increases Spinzilla’s accessibility.