Win & Replay slot review

By Wazdan

Win & Replay Slot

Win & Replay Basic info

Game provider Wazdan

Release Date 9/2014

RTP 96.99%

Game Technology HTML5

Popularity Low

Min bet $0.01

Max bet $100

Max Win bet x 500

Gamble Feature Multiplier, Sticky re-spins, Re-spins, RTP, Volatility

Layout 3x3

Devices Desktop, Mobile

Configurable Winlines No

Volatility Medium

Progressive Jackpot No

Win & Replay is a classical three-reel slot by Wazdan that can shake out a few pleasant surprises with the help of the extra feature.

On the surface the game appears as ordinary as a lamppost, but getting one or more wilds in the right positions can certainly inspire a fun-loving adventure on the reels, towards a maximum win potential of 500x.

This 3-reel and five-payline game comes with the usual Wazdan accoutrements, except the option to change the volatility, which I think has been taken out precisely because of the wild and the potential payouts it begets.

Theme and Graphics

Win & Replay is a classic slot machine that brings more of the same that can be found on any given game in that category.

Personally, I find the symbols uninspiring because they are a bunch of BARs, Xs, and sevens in various iterations (singles, doubles and triples).

Wazdan’s designers had taken care to insert some moving parts, lights and similarly subtle eye candy around the reel-set, to balance out the dull appearance of the symbols.

The game can give you a jolt that comes with the winning outcomes, especially when there is the wild involved. This is the element that improves the overall impression and makes the graphics more palatable.

Extra Features

This three-reeler doesn’t come with any bonus features, but it does have a wild symbol that can work some wondrous magic for the winning outcomes, and there is a multiplier on the winnings when the reels are filled with the same symbol kind.

  • Wild

    The wild substitutes for any other symbol on the paytable. In my experience, whenever it cropped up, it did so on only one position on the reel-set. In other words, I haven’t seen two wilds on the same payline and I can’t say whether this is possible.

    This may not be beyond the point because it can impact the potential outcomes of the following: when the wild forms a win, that payline locks in place, while the rest go for a respin. If there is another winning outcome, the payline with a wild remains in place for another free spin, while paying again for the win that had occurred initially.

    Perhaps this feature explains why the option to choose the volatility level is absent from Win & Replay. Playing with high volatility could mean exceptionally high payout sequences, albeit at a much smaller hit rate.

Bets and Payouts

The paytable has the wild symbol and seven symbols that pay for three of a kind across the five fixed paylines. The bets range between 10p and $100.00 per spin.

The X symbol returns the money you’d stake, at 1x the bet. The single BAR pays double, the double BAR 4x, and the triple BAR 8x.

Symbols that you don’t see too often are the blue and red sevens. The black seven pays 14x, the double seven (blue) pays 20x and the triple pays the highest prize of 50x your bet.

Thankfully, there is another possibility for a winning outcome. Players can get double the win amount if the reel-set shows nine matching symbols. To illustrate, getting nine blue sevens equals 40x your bet.

These outcomes are possible but rare. I’ve played Win & Replay several times and never got anything above the triple BAR symbol across the entire reel-set.


This game barely makes it in my book. Even small wins are sparse, so playing means playing the patience game.

There can be only one lucky break from any of the outcomes, and that is with getting a wild and several win iterations with it. In the event, each respin pays the initial outcome with the wild again, plus any new sets of matching symbols that post on the available paylines.

The maximum exposure on Win & Replay is 500x and the only way getting near it is with the help of the wild respins.

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda

Slot Games Analyst

Leticia Miranda is a former gambling reporter who knows everything about slot games and is happy to share her knowledge. She has covered a broad swath of topics and trends on gambling and is always full of new ideas and energy. Leticia also has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and is passionate about writing.