This is the first GTech G2 game I remember playing in quite some time and they've definitely put some effort into upgrading the presentation and user interface of their slots since I last remember trying them. Gypsy Moon looks a lot like a QuickSpin game from the style of it's buttons and controls with perhaps a little inspiration from WMS and I'm fairly happy with the result, it's functional and professional.
I spotted the text "Superplay Reels in Play" in the top right corner of the slot right away and so wanted to find out exactly what that was all about before starting to play as I'm not always bothered about using the "Superbet" style functions of slots. Turns out this is a game you can play with either lines or payways active, but unlike most such games the paytable does not seem to alter between the two modes and instead the reel strips themselves are altered to account for the different winning possibilities instead. I'd be keen to learn how the two modes affects the games overall RTP but haven't managed to find this information posted anywhere as yet.
Playing with the 243 ways enabled does also increase the cost per spin; the minimum bet in 30 line mode is 0.30 as you might expect whereas with the "Superplay" 243 ways you need to stump up 0.50 per spin, which no doubt also contributes towards balancing out the paytable between the two styles of play.
It's a fairly unremarkable game other than this little oddity, the wild symbol doesn't have a payout of it's own which is something I always find a little disappointing and I also didn't like the fact there are no wilds on the first reel either. The scatter pays are unremarkable although I guess it's better to be paid something alongside the free spins than nothing at all. The Gypsy Moon symbol has a much higher payout than the rest of the games symbols but it's still nothing to really get overly excited about at 333x your stake.
This game might well work in some land based casinos but on-line where the amount of choice is so incredibly vast I would really struggle to find a reason to pick this game over the huge catalogue of fantastic options.