Diamond Dice slot review
Here’s a weird one – a video slot on your mobile that is not really a video slot. OK, at first glance, Cayetano’s Diamond Dice looks like a traditional video slot – the theme is diamonds, there are plenty of rubies and sapphires, etc, and there are three rows and five reels.
But wait, what’s this? Every symbol pays by itself that lands on the screen? And there are no paylines? Yep – Diamond Dice is that weird beast – a slot with no paylines. Instead, every landed symbol pays instantly just for landing on the screen. You’ll discover that the reels are fairly sparsely taken up by symbols. Wins are pretty hard to come by – but there’s a way around that. Read on to find out exactly how.
Re-Spin for 25x Your Bet
After each spin of the reels you can opt to re-spin each of the five reels again. It will cost you 25x your stake to do so, but you’ll have the chance to hit some bigger wins when the reel comes to a stop (or you opt to use the Skill Stop function to bring them to a rest). The presence of a ‘second chance’ certainly puts this slot in the high-variance bracket of games and I’d advise only tackling it with a decent bankroll, but there can certainly be some big wins to be had.
On the reels, the symbols are all jewel-related, so we get a ruby, an emerald, an opal, a diamond and a sapphire. The cut diamond is the biggest payer, with $5 paid out per symbol. Hit Free Spin symbols on the reels and you’ll bag 1-6 free spins depending on how many hit on the reels. As you can imagine, with every symbol appearing bagging you cash, free spins can really turn out to be pretty lucrative.
As I say, Diamond Dice is a weird game as there are no ‘paylines’ as such – you just have to get as many individual symbols on the reels as you can. But for some rollercoaster wins and losses it’s a great addition to anyone’s mobile slots portfolio. For more diamond-related fun of a similar fashion, check out the classic jewel-themed game from IGT Da Vinci Diamonds, now out on mobiles and tablets, while the stacked reels of Play'n Go’s Jewel Box are also worth spinning.