The Strolling Staxx: Cubic Fruits slots game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment are one of the most established software providers on the market, being founded in 1996. Net Entertainment are a Swedish company but gained enough success to have offices all over the world. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). As such, we can state that the House Edge for Strolling Staxx: Cubic Fruits is 4.05%.
Strolling Staxx: Cubic Fruits uses 5 reels that are 3 symbols high with 10 paylines, playing from left to right.
Wild – The “W” is the game’s Wild symbol, substituting for all symbols. Wild symbols can appear as stacks or colossal symbols anywhere in the main game and the re-spins.
Colossal Symbols – Any symbol can appear as a single symbol or as a 2x3 or a 3x3 Colossal symbol. They can appear in the base game and during re-spins and will do so entirely at random.
Strolling Staxx Re-Spins - Strolling Staxx Re-Spins is activated if you reveal a full stack of a single symbol on one reel. When you do so the stack will move one place to the left during a re-spin. This process will continue until the stack reaches the end of the reels. If another stacked symbol appears during the re-spins the feature is re-triggered.
Bonus Bet and Extra Chance – You can choose to trigger the Bonus Bet feature whenever you like at a cost of 15 coins per bet level, which will make the Extra Chance feature active. If you trigger the Strolling Staxx Re-Spins feature with he Bonus Bet button in play then there is a chance that the stacked symbol that triggered the re-spins will turn into a colossal symbol.
Strolling Staxx: Cubic Fruits reminds me of an old Nintendo 64 game. I don’t mean that I have a particular game in mind but that Strolling Staxx: Cubic Fruits looks like it could have come straight out that particular stable of game. The symbols are simple but brightly coloured. The background is equally bright, with a moving river flowing beneath the reels. The cubic theme is well maintained throughout, with pretty much everything that could be shaped as a cube, shaped as a cube. The features are basic enough and disappointingly there are no free spins, something that is not rectified through the inclusion of re-spins. There are Colossal symbols and there are wilds but we’d always like to see a little more. The bonus bet feature costs money to pay and actually increases the house edge, so be warned that mathematically it best to avoid this particular pay to play feature. The house edge itself is a little on the high side, meaning that this is a quality looking game, that could be offering more variety better value for the player.