Spring Break is a colourful 9-payline video slot which operates on the Microgaming software platform. Featuring the theme of never-ending Spring Break parties, the game’s wild multiplier symbol is the Spring Break Logo and the scatter symbol is the Beach Party symbol. Players are invited to try this slot on this page for free, or visit any of the Microgaming casinos in the listings to play the game for real money.
In order to begin their own unforgettable spring break, players need to first set their wager. Clicking "Select Lines" alters the number of active paylines and "Select Coins" modifies the number of coins wagered. To regulate the coin denomination, ranging from 0.01 to 1, players need to click on -/+. "Spin" spins the reels and "Bet Max" turns them at the highest wager. To play the game multiple times uninterrupted, players can opt for “Expert” and then “Autoplay”.
Any win activates the Gamble feature, which players can choose to either access, by clicking “Gamble” or skip, by clicking “Collect”. In the round, players’ correct guesses of the card colour double one’s winnings and correct guesses of the suit quadruple them. Wrong guesses end the feature and lead to the loss of the sum. Furthermore, players can leave the feature themselves and save their winnings by choosing “Collect”.
3 or more Beach Party symbols will trigger the Free Spin round. Players are awarded 15 Free Spins and all regular wins during this round are tripled. Free Spins can be re-triggered.
Select Lines: Adjust the number of paylines played.
Select Coins: Modify the number of coins to bet.
-/+: Regulate the coin size.
Spin: Start turning the reels at the chosen bet.
Bet Max: Spin the reels at the maximum wager.
Autoplay: Play the game for a predetermined number of times without interruption.
Gamble: Enter the gamble round.
Collect: Save the winnings.
Slot type: Video slot
Min coins per line: 1
Max coins per line: 5
Min coins size: 0
Max Coins size: 2
Bonus game: No
Wild symbol: Yes
Scatter symbol: Yes
Autoplay option: Yes
Free spins: Yes