The Cricket Star slots game can be found at Microgaming casinos. Microgaming as a standard now publish the slots house edge information of all their games at any online casino that holds a UKGC license (this is a requirement for all UKGC licensed casinos. As such we can say that the House Edge of Cricket Star is 4.00%. When playing at any venue that does not hold a UKGC license and does not specifically publish the Return to Player information for their game, this information should be used as a guideline only as we cannot confirm whether or not this game is configurable.
The most boring game on earth, even after baseball, comes to a slots game.
This game is a 5 reel game. Cricket Star does not use standard paylines. Instead any 3 or more matching symbols in any position on adjacent reels starting from the left side of the reels constitutes a win. This is the equivalent of 243 standard paylines.
The ‘Cricket Star Logo’ symbol is Wild and is stacked on reels 3, 4 and 5.
There are three bonus features when playing Cricket Star. The first bonus feature always active during the main game. Any time you receive a winning combination, after you’ve been paid for the win the symbols that contributed to the win will be removed allowing the symbols above them to drop down and new symbols to enter at the top of the reels. This process repeats until no new wins are created. This feature is not available during complimentary spins.
The second bonus feature is activated randomly and will turn reel 2, 3 or 4 into a Wild reel.
The third bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Cricket Ball’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded between 15 and 25 complimentary spins depending on the number of Scatter symbols you received.
Cricket Stars is a clone of the Cool Wolf game (all the features are the same but the graphics are different). Other than the difference in theme it’s charging 0.47% more to play, making it difficult to see a good reason to play Cricket Stars.