The Rickety Cricket 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.
This cricket’s not as run down as he looks
The Rickety Cricket game has 5 reels, 25 payline and you can bet one coin on each of the paylines.
The ‘Flower’ symbol is wild.
The ‘Bee’, ‘Firefly’ and ‘Mosquito’ symbols are treated like scatter symbols when the ‘Bug Zapper’ symbol appears on reel one. The payout you receive depends on the number of matching symbols you received.
There is only one bonus feature when playing Rickety Cricket and it is activated when you receive the ‘Bonus’ symbol on reels 2, 3 and 4. When this happens you will be awarded 8 complimentary spins with a random multiplier chosen from 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8.
Good graphics and some interesting gameplay make up for a game that costs a little more than most.
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