As for the theme, it is simple appearance and is based on a fictional character created by the English novelist and journalist “Ian Fleming” in 1953, which it is the famous MI6 agent 007.
The layout of this slot is made of 5 x 3 reels, it has 30 paylines, 11 regular symbols, a bonus scatter symbol in charge of triggering the bonus round and a spins scatter in charge of triggering the free games round; additionally there is a wild symbol that acts as a substitute for standard symbols and another wild symbol with the shape of phone booth that appears stacked on reel 3 and if the phone booth appears occupying the entire reel 3, then it comes a woman agent to convert up to 6 ordinary symbols into wilds on remaining reels.
Bonus rounds and free spins seemed to be not so generous to me and I think the feature with the greatest potential may be Lady Spy (the large wild on reel 3) mainly due to extra wilds that are scattered on the other reels; however, this event does not happen very often.
Now, after spending a long time in front of this video slot, only thing I can say is I had never known a slot with a more honest name than “James Win,” my name is definitely not James, and James was indeed who won in each of the pair of sessions I had with this game. Mathematics of this game, especially the low prices of the paytable, they do not appear to favor player’s interests at all.
In short, I think this game is equipped with some interesting features that unfortunately have been configured to occur infrequently and additionally they seem having been set to give tight awards; on the other hand, performance during the base game does not seem to be better, since it is subject to a weak paytable and a not very encouraging hit average. Personally, I do not think “James Win” has the minimum attributes required to be included on my list of favorite slots.