NetEnt Releases Another Cluster Pays Slot with BerryBURST
New slot game BerryBURST joins NetEnt’s impressive list of casino game titles.
The three-row, five-reel slot uses NetEnt’s Cluster Pays mechanic, which determines wins not by paylines but by clusters of symbols. Other slots using this feature include fan-favorites such as Aloha! Cluster Pays and The Legend of Shangri-La: Cluster Pays.
BerryBURST features only seven symbols overall, a small number compared with those of the usual slots. Three of the icons are the low symbols represented by red hearts, yellow spades, and purple diamonds. The remaining symbols are the Limes, Oranges, Raspberries, and Grapes.
Group Up and Win
BerryBURST has a Return-to-Player (RTP) rate of 96.56 percent and a maximum prize of up to 1,868 times the bet.
In the absence of paylines, bettors can win coins by forming a cluster of at least five of the same symbols together. These symbols must be linked vertically, horizontally, or both to be considered as part of the group.
All three low symbols offer the minimum of five times the wagered bet. Grouping 14 of the same low symbols produces 500 coins while filling all 15 positions gives 1,000 coins.
On the other hand, five of the Lime or Grape symbols reward 10 coins. A slot full of those two symbols earns the player with 2,500 times the placed wager.
Clustered Orange symbols inside the slot offer from 20 to 3,000 coins. At the same time, Raspberries reward players from as low as 30 to as much as 5,000 times the wagered bet.
The Wild symbol is the only special symbol in the game. Represented by an ice cube with a glowing letter W, the Wild substitutes for any other symbol available in the game. The symbol also expands vertically, filling an entire reel with Wilds. Landing a Wild triggers a re-spin in which players can look for more Wilds that can activate another round of re-spins.
Players can now play the new BerryBURST slot on NetEnt’s online casino partners starting August 23. Bettors can spin their way to winning through their smartphones, tablets, and desktop PCs.