Online slots are a lot of fun thanks to their special features and gameplay mechanics. However, constantly pressing one button to spin the reels can be incredibly dull. If you want to skip the repetitive action and let the game spin itself, then Autoplay is perfect for you!
Identify the Autoplay Function
When you first launch a slot, you will need to identify the Autoplay function. Most of the times, it is quite easy. There will be a button labelled Autoplay, or it will be the button closest to the Spin button.
That button will usually mimic the appearance of the Spin button. It will add numbers or an extra triangle to indicate it is an Auto Spin feature.
Number of Spins
After launching the option, you have to enter the number of spins you want to play. Some developers will ask you to set a wager alongside the Auto Spins. Others will just take your bet from the base game as your Autoplay bet.
You may have access to additional options in your Autoplay function. These are:
- Single Win Exceeds – Set a threshold. If one win goes above that limit, the Autoplay immediately stops
- If cash increases/decreases by – Allows you to restrict how much money you can win or lose before stopping Autoplay
- If Free Spins is won – if you win a free spins round, Autoplay immediately stops