Rubiks: fun, frustrating, fascinating. In this new game based on the classic puzzle, there's no hard work for you though, as you simply press play and watch the cube rotate randomly - the more completed lines and sides there are, the more you win!
Play from as little as 10p a play, or wager up to £50. There's upto £200,000 to be won on a single play, so it's time to take on the Rubik's Cube once again!
HOW TO PLAY
Choosing your stake
The total amount you have staked will be shown in the STAKE box at the bottom right of the screen. Press the 'Stake Up' and 'Stake Down' buttons to choose a stake per play between 10p and £50. As you change the stake, the paytable on the left will be updated to reflect the stake currently selected.
Placing your bets
Press PLAY to start the game. The Rubik's Cube will then start to rotate randomly.
Between 0 and 6 of the letters of the logo will then light up and play a sound as lit. (If all 6 letters are lit then after the winnings are highlighted the player will get to the FreePlays bonus).
The cube will then stop rotating and the amount won will be determined by the number of lines and sides of the same colour.
3 squares of the same colour in a straight line (not diagonal) on the same side will count as one line. If all the squares on a side are the same colour then a bonus side payout is also awarded for that side as well as the line payouts.
The Side Payouts are on the top right of the game. The line payouts are shown on the left.
Any winning lines you have will be highlighted on the paytable and your winnings will be credited to your account balance.
The colours of the squares are: Blue, Green, Orange, Red, White and Yellow. (These are all treated equally - there is no colour that is worth more than another colour).
If you want to see the final results of a play faster, you can choose to toggle the TURBO MODE on or off.
By selecting AUTO PLAY you can choose to play up to 25 plays automatically, one after the other.
Select your stake as normal then press the 'Auto Play' button to select the number of 'Auto Play' bets you want before clicking the 'Play' button.
After each play, the number of plays remaining will be displayed. You can stop Auto Play from continuing onto the next game by pressing the 'Stop AutoPlay' button, which turns it off and resets the number of Plays back to 1.
If you trigger the FreePlays mode (by the 6 letters of Rubik's lighting up) while playing in Auto Play mode, the game will automatically enter Bonus Game and will stop Auto Play mode.
The player has to select one of the 27 squares that are on the cube and that will then peel of the sticker in that position which will show a prize to the player. The prize will either be additional FreePlays or additional cubes.
The extra cubes will mean the player has more chances to win and these will also be shown by the extra columns in the 'Line Payouts' table and the 'Side Payouts' table.
The player will get to pick a random number of different squares until they peel one off that says START - and at this point the FreePlays will start.
FreePlays will each play out automatically and will be for the same stake that was placed for the last bet.
FreePlays can be re-triggered during FreePlays mode, so you could be awarded with extra FreePlays - if all 6 letters of the Rubik's logo light up then an extra prize will be awarded. This time however the player does not get to choose any squares and is just shown what they won in a popup. Also only extra cubes or extra FreePlays are awarded (cant get both as only one prize is awarded).
There is a maximum of 9 cubes in total that can be used, after that only additional FreePlays would be awarded.
All winnings during FreePlays mode will be credited to your account balance after each play. A message summarising all your FreePlays winnings will be displayed after all FreePlays are completed.
The maximum win on any transaction is capped at £200,000.
This game is regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is 94.50%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company in accordance with AGCC regulations.
Malfunction voids all pays and play.
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