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Big Time Gaming are the leaders of innovation in the online slot world. They brought us Megaways in 2015, a concept so popular it has been licensed for use by an array of separate providers, and this year they brought us two more Megas – Megaclusters, and Megaquads. The first in the Megaclusters series was Star Clusters, which turned out to be a bit of a marmite slot. Some of our viewers loved it, but it opened itself up to some criticism. Now, we’ve been given a second chance to love the concept with Cyberslot Megaclusters.
Visually, Cyberslot is bright, interesting and certainly appealing to look at. There’s a futuristic feel to the design, with neon lines in the background, but the symbols on the grid make you think of outer space. Combine this with the almost 80s style music in the background, and Cyberslot is a mix-up of so many concepts that we love.
Cyberslot is set on a 3×3 grid, and Free Spins start on a 9×9 grid. Whilst bearing similarities to its predecessor, a set of new features and win opportunities are what stop this slot from simply being a re-skin. Big Time Gaming have taken Starclusters and evolved it, bringing us something new.
RTP is 96.36%, and bet size ranges from 0.20c/p to 20€/£. Cyberslot packs a punch with potential, and is high volatility.
Cyberslot game play is very similar to Starclusters. Wins break down symbols, eventually leading to free spins. Each cluster of 5+ symbols that form a win break down. Each individual symbol breaks down into 9 smaller symbols, meaning a 5 symbol win breaks down into 45 smaller symbols. Creating wins with the smaller symbols removes them from the grid and new symbols fall down in their place, hopefully creating new wins. This continues until no new wins remain on the grid. During Free Spins, which start on a 9×9 grid, winning clusters break down also, but each individual symbol only breaks down into 4 more, giving a total potential of 324 symbols on the grid.
There is a Roaming Wild symbol, gold or pink in colour, that is active on every spin. There is a multiplier attached to this wild, which starts at x1, and builds by 1 every second it is involved in a winning cluster. When the Roaming Wild is gold, it is a spin where the multiplier will build, and when it is pink it is still wild, but the multiplier does not chance. The wild is roaming because it can move to any of the original positions in the base game or free spins after a win, being replaced by the appropriate number of smaller symbols after it moves. This is one of the features that was not available in Starclusters.
Starclusters required 5 consecutive wins to receive 2 free spins, with each additional win providing an extra spin. Cyberslot requires 12 consecutive wins to provide free spins. Whilst this may seem like a brave feat, 6 free spins are awarded during the bonus. This certainly gives a lot of Starclusters’ critics what they want, as one of the main concerns we have been met with is that there should be less bonuses, but they should pay more. The Roaming Wild multiplier value transfers into Free Spins. When this multiplier reaches x10, 2 more free spins are awarded.
This slot contains 3 different wilds, which can all be available in play together. The first, as we’ve discussed is the Roaming Wild. The second is a regular wild with no multiplier attached. The third is the Rainbow Wild we know from Starclusters. It is awarded with the first retrigger in the free spins, and contains its own, separate, multiplier. Both multipliers grow every other reaction for the remainder of free spins, and can both multiply wins together, showing the potential of this slot.
Whilst 5 consecutive wins never seemed too difficult, we have experienced how difficult the bonus on Starclusters could be to trigger. Cyberslot requires more than double the wins to trigger free spins, but the free spins have much more potential attached, and with 6 spins awarded players have a fighting chance of seeing a great bonus.
Big Time Gaming are known for their grinding games like Kingmaker, Lil Devil and the newest Slot Vegas Megaquads, and whilst Cyberslot isn’t a grinding game, we don’t think the bonus will always be easy to trigger. That said, the potential of the bonus is evident with the possibility of two multiplying wilds working together. The fact that the second multiplying wild isn’t awarded until the first reaches x10 further shows that if both are in play, there is a great possibility for some huge hits.
Cyberslot certainly seems like it’s going to be another great slot to add to Big Time Gaming’s portfolio, and we expect to see some huge hits both from streamers on a higher stake, and our lower stake players. This is a slot for everyone.
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