Bejeweled Hypercash

Coin Sizes: 20p – £200
Top Payout: 100 x Coin Size

Bejeweled Hypercash How to Play

How to play

First, select your stake size that you wish to play with.

To toggle through your stake options, simply click on the + or – buttons beside the stake display.

Press the ‘GO!’ button to start the game.

A full grid of gems will fall down. Any clusters of 6 or more touching gems, of matching colour, will turn into a cash win that gets paid out according to the paytable to the right of the screen.

Lightning Hypercubes will sometimes be among gems that land. They destroy gems of a certain colour at random. No win is associated directly with this event but by destroying gems, more will fall down, potentially triggering more cluster wins.


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