• The Grid

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    • Software

      Leander Games
    • Type

      Video Slots
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    The first impression upon opening this one is:

     WOW, it looks so futuristic!”

    Everything seems so modest, yet contemporary. It gives you the feeling something great is going to happen. The accompanying melody sounds so modern, and the moving grid calls for action.

    Powered by Leander Games, here comes something you have never seen before. Majority of releases somehow instantly give you a hint of what is going to happen inside. This one…

    …NOT AT ALL!

    If you are into creations with precious diamonds, check out what this mystery has to offer.

    Betting Options and Functions

    There are 5 reels and 3 rows, along with 10 fixed lines for possible winning combinations.

    Betting starts at 0.10 and goes up to 100.00.

    “Autoplay” allows you to set up to 100 sessions to run automatically. You can also activate the “Quick” mode if you want them to run faster.

    Features Explained

    Even though the name itself doesn’t explain much, with so many precious stones, you could categorize this one as a gem-themed release.

    You will find five of those- blue, green, pink, red and yellow. They are of lower value. Two with a higher value are number seven and a bar, both of them purple and blue.

    As for the additional ones…

    …the first among them is the Prism Sticky Wild which appears on the middle reels. It takes one or more to trigger the feature.

    WHAT happens when the Wild lands?

    It expands to replace all the symbols, while the others keep on rolling. There’s a chance for a new one to appear during the re-spin, and it does the same: expands and stays put, together with the previous one. This can also initiate another round.

    It sounds so intriguing don’t you think so?

    Even a bit twisted. But the moment you start spinning, things become much clearer!

    As you could see, there are some traditional icons here, and if you like releases with them, here’s WHAT you should check out as well.

    Our Take

    We must say this one leaves us somewhere in the middle, with a slight tendency to label it as a bit boring. Despite the impression that something is going on all the time, it actually isn’t.

    The trick with the moving grid and dynamic music, along with the interesting sound of machines starting whenever you hit “Spin”-they create that ILLUSION!

    There is enough potential to make something truly unconventional, but maybe they didn’t know how to do so. The idea is good, but the final product ended up average.

    The best way to see is giving the game a try. Who knows, maybe you will find out how to make those shiny stones work for you.

    By Aleksandra Zolotic