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Cubis

3/10
RTP: 94.4%
Software: Cryptologic

Cubis Review

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The Cubis slots game can be found at Cryptologic casinos. Cryptologic also lease their slots games out to casinos using other software platforms. Cryptologic do not as standard publish the house edge of their slots games, however several casinos now offering their games – including InterCasino – do supply this information. Given the different information supplied by different casinos it is reasonable to assume that Cryptologic games are configurable and as such the figures in this review should be treated as a guideline only when playing at casinos that do not explicitly state the settings they use.

Based on what is now a classic arcade game, Cubis attempts to provide a version you can bet on.

This game does not use standard slots reels, instead it shows three sides of a cube each with a 5×5 grid. All horizontal and vertical lines are payline essentially equating to 15 paylines. Any time 3 or more matching cubes are adjacent to each other in a straight line the player wins. When a winning combination has been played, the cubes that contributed to the wins are destroyed and new cubes fall in to replace them.

The ‘Grey Cubes’ are wild and are only activated when adjacent to an already winning combination and contribute a multiplier to the win that is defined on the cube.

There are three bonus features when playing Cubis and all of them come in the form of special cubes. The first cube – the line bomb – does nothing until all wins have been paid then explodes, destroying cubes on horizontal and vertical lines on the same face and allowing new cubes to fall in to replace them. The second cube – the square bomb – is similar to the first except it destroys all the cubes on one side of the board. The third cube – the nuclear bomb – is similar to the other two except it destroys all the cubes on the board.

Closing Thoughts

As with all the attempts to turn popular arcade games into slots games, once you take out the players ability to make decisions the game loses everything that made it popular in the first place.

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