Slot Fundamentals: Clusterbucks

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Slot Fundamentals is a column we’ll be running occasionally to help our players better understand how our games work. This edition deals with Clusterbucks, which are an alternative to paylines and ways that determine wins in some of our games.

If you’re reading High 5 Blog, you’re probably familiar with paylines and ways, but you might not have heard of Clusterbucks, one of the latest gameplay innovations from High 5 Games. In a Clusterbucks slot, groups of matching symbols lead to big wins, even if they don’t start on the left-most reel. But how exactly do Clusterbucks work?

A Clusterbucks win occurs whenever four or more like symbols are found adjacent to one another on the 4 x 4 grid – even if they don’t begin on the leftmost row – with larger clusters of symbols naturally corresponding to larger wins. Some players find Clusterbucks to be a more aesthetically pleasing and intuitive way to reveal the outcome of each spin, because they can immediately look for and identify symbol groupings, rather than searching through numerous paylines or the scattered consecutive symbols that constitute wins in ways games. Look for Clusterbucks in High 5 Casino game Pasión y Fuego and Shake the Sky game Golden Horse!

We hope you found that helpful! Which slot fundamental would you like to see us explain in the future?

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