Beasty Blox GigaBlox™ Review
The GigaBlox and Super Staxx do their best to increase the winline performance and build the tension at the same time, but are they enough to hold this production together? There's only one way to find out!
There is attention to detail with all of the game's symbols but as they grow to 4x4 in size it's possible that they can become a little grainy. This is also true for mobile users who may not get the full experience on a smaller screen. But it is available to play on all sized devices all the same.
This African adventure plays along to the sound of some indigenous pipes and catchy drum beats which build with the tension of an approaching free spins bonus.
Despite the best efforts of the GigaBlox, the lack of other modifiers during the base game does make it feel like a bit of a slog. The hit rate is pretty decent at over 30%, so you will see regular wins to keep things moving along at least. There doesn't seem to be a Bonus Buy option from what we can see, which indicates that everyone will have to sit and wait patiently for the diamonds to turn up and trigger a free spins bonus.
The volatility is high and the top 5,000x payout might not be enough compensation in the eyes of all players. Even with a decent hit rate, there's no guarantee that these wins will be larger than your stake so expect to see your bankroll suffer a little while you wait for the occasional big win to roll in. The RTP is also a little light at 95% and players who pay attention to the stats may not be ecstatic with the above numbers.
Beasty Blox GigaBlox™ has potential in the concept and many players will love it simply for how it looks and feels. The design is sharp enough and the large number of winlines will prove to be enticing for some. However, it does fall down on the stats and the free spins bonus isn’t exactly pushing the boundaries with a couple of wild multipliers and yet more payline increases.