Aloha Cluster Pays
Aloha Cluster Pays NetEnt Game
Microgaming’s recent releases in the past few months may have been a little uninspired but one developer that can always be relied upon to deliver something new and innovative is NetEnt and they have managed to do exactly that here on Aloha Cluster Pays. While it is clearly a slot game at heart, there is much more to this title than players would reasonably expect and it might take a few adjustments in expectations to really get to grips with what this game is all about – but that’s exactly what we’re here for!
Upon loading the game for the first time, you’ll be greeted by a rather massive board and will soon notice that there are no markers for win lines or anything of the sort around it. Instead, the main screen combines some fun cartoon graphics, the standard NetEnt control panel and a six by five gaming board for thirty symbols in view at once. The reason for the absence of the win lines soon becomes clear as players see that they’re not looking to make lines of symbols; rather they’re after clusters of nine or more symbols instead. Even the wild symbol is different to the norm as it will transform itself into only the most useful symbol of all, meaning that it cannot fill in as multiple symbols at the same time.
Sticky wins are an old NetEnt favourite and were initially popularised on Jack Hammer. Basically, when a win lands, the other symbols will spin again for free and if the winning combination keeps on improving, those reels will keep respinning. The slight downside to the feature here on Aloha Cluster Pays is the fact that the sticky respins are triggered at random. Landing a win isn’t necessarily enough as you’ll have to hope that your luck is in too before the respins take place.
Aloha Cluster Pays Free Spins
Slightly more consistent is the manner in which players can grab free spins and the standard combination of three or more scatters is required. As you’d expect from a game with so many symbol positions, it is actually possible to land up to six of these scatters at the same time, but with a difference of only three spins between landing three and six, it is not a massive deal. As these spins progress, the lower value symbols will gradually be removed from the board, making the later spins far more valuable. Players are also guaranteed a win on their final spin – if one doesn’t land then the spins will keep on coming until one does and it is also possible to prolong the round further by landing more scatters on an actual free spin.
Aloha Cluster Pays Touch
We consider this to be a slot game with genuine puzzler inspiration and so it comes as no surprise to see that it is also available on mobile devices where some might say it is even more fun than playing online. The large board looks particularly dominant on an iPad screen, for example.
This is one game that might take some getting to grips with and there is no better way to do just that than by playing right here on this page with no deposit or download. You can also check out the real money versions of both the online and mobile iterations by heading over to any of our recommended NetEnt brands.