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For those who like a challenge along with the opportunity to win some huge cash rewards, the arcade game known as Supercubes is all of that. It was developed by software maker Cozy Games and has been available in online casinos such as Bet365 since 2010. To call it a slot game is a bit of a misnomer, as it resembles no other reel-based games at all, with 50 paylines and symbols that flash and rotate to form winning patterns in unpredictable ways.

The game grid for Supercubes is a 5x5 matrix with two stationary diagonals. It appears on the left side of the screen. Symbols flash randomly into place on these lines as other symbols rotate clockwise beneath them to fill the other 16 positions. The object is to line up three or more matching symbols on an active payline in order to win a payout.

On the right side of the Supercubes display are the controls for the game. A window that shows “Winnings” is located at the top, and immediately below it on the left is a button to access the “Custom Lines” information. Clicking on this brings up a chart showing all of the possible paylines in five rows of ten numbered configurations. The first row shows the five horizontal and five vertical paylines. The other four rows show all possible combinations of L-shaped paylines made up of five positions each.

Clicking on any of the numbered configurations will select/deselect it. When a payline is active, the word “On” appears in green above it. When it is inactive, the word “Off” appears in red. Paylines can also be selected in groups of five by clicking on the +/- toggles under the Custom Lines button.

Also located below the Winnings window on the right is a button for “Paytable.” Clicking it brings up a listing of all the reel icons and their payout rates. There are nine symbols in total. The lowest ranking is the Blue Seven. It pays double the line bet when three show up in succession on an active payline. Next lowest is the Cheese, worth a line multiplier of 3X for three in a row.

The other basic icons are the Bell, Watermelon, Triple Bar, Red Seven and King. They pay out from 4X to 100X for a consecutive three of a kind. The highest reward is 1000X for catching five of the King icons. Another symbol in the game is the Blank, which has no value. And the Green Seven is wild, substituting for any of the other icons.

To begin the game, the player must select the number of lines on which to wager and then use the +/- toggles beside the “Stake/Line” to choose the amount to wager per payline. Available denominations range from €0.01 up to €25, making the maximum total bet possible €1,250. An indicator for “Total Stake” can be seen beneath the Lines toggles.

Clicking on the bright green “Play” button at the bottom right of the screen will set the reels in motion. When the symbols all come to a halt, those involved in winning combinations will light up, while the others will go dark. A list of each winning line and its payout will scroll in the Winnings window, and the total amount won will show in the “Total Paid” indicator above the Play button. The maximum payout for any one spin is capped at €250,000, except in the progressive version of the game which has a jackpot starting at €50,000 and no upper limit.

For those who enjoy using Autoplay, a selector can be found on the control panel to the left of the Play button, which turns into a “Stop” button when Autoplay is activated. Use the +/- toggles to choose up to 25 automated spins.

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