Aloha Cluster Pays Slot Review
Aloha Cluster Pays from Net Entertainment whisks you away from your troubles at home and takes you to the shores of Hawaii. Unlike conventional slots, you win on this game when nine or more symbols of the same kind are linked together on the 5 x 5 reels. The symbols as you’d expect are beach related and include coconuts, shells, pineapples and hibiscus flowers, which incidentally are the national flower of Hawaii – no we didn’t know that either!
How To Play Aloha Cluster Pays
You can play Aloha Cluster Pays from as little as 10p a spin. Increase the level and coin value to a maximum wager of £10. Auto play is also available. As well as it’s unique cluster pays feature, there are also “wilds” – also known as the substitution symbol, which is in fact a box with a question mark on it. Aloha also boasts sticky win re-spins which randomly activate! The reels will keep respinning if additional winning symbols are added to your cluster.
Free Spins Bonus Round
Finally there’s a free spins bonus round which activates when 3 or more free spins symbols appear fully or partially on the reels. The free spins come with a symbol drop element – this means that every couple of spins one symbol will be removed from the reels. This gives you more chance to get a cluster win. Note that if you don’t win on the final free spin then you’re awarded a free re-spin.
The Spin On Aloha Cluster Pays
Aloha Cluster Pays is a totally different experience to most slot games. It’s a more relaxed affair, and we enjoyed playing it. The features are very good whilst small wins were frequent meaning it didn’t feel like our cash was going into a bottomless pit. The free spins round popped up once too which was a nice bonus. It’s interesting comparing this slot to Slingo’s Pigasus – both games try and offer something different to the norm, but whilst Pigasus tries too hard in our opinion to be the next cool thing, NetEnt’s Aloha actually hits the spot.