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If you like your slots to come loaded with dice – or even if you aren’t a big fan but are legally obliged to play these games – you’ll likely be familiar with the work of Dice Slots. As descriptive names goes, theirs gets straight to the point, leaving no doubt as to what their game is. You’d think it would get boring, developing dice-themed slots day after day, and perhaps it does, but Dice Slots have persevered regardless, and they’ve gotten rather good at it, establishing themselves as the preeminent developer of these games.

That said, 30 Spicy Dice isn’t their best effort. It’s not a shocker or anything, but they’ve come up with so much better than this. Still, for the purposes of gambling and making some money, it serves its purpose. Fans of classic slots should find something of interest here at least, for they’ve really gone to town on the old school symbols, including 7s and bars. It’s kind of odd seeing these super-imposed onto three-dimensional dice at first, like a symbol upon a symbol, but from a legal perspective, that’s how it’s got to be in some countries.

The Spice is Right

The 30 part of this slot’s name is obvious enough: this is a game with 30 paylines. The spicy part is less clear, aside from the fact that it rhymes and there are some jalapeno peppers featured in the slot’s name and in the background image complete with tongues of fire shooting upward. “Please place your bet” requests the text below the 5x3 board rather politely. A series of chips is displayed; click on one of these to select your bet and then the action can commence. If you’re wondering where the spin button is to start the game, there isn’t one. Instead, clicking on any of the chips will start the reels.

If you wanna bet 30 coins per spin then, click on the 30 chip and so on. The max bet you can place is 150 coins. The 30 Spicy Dice video slot is a game that’s in a hurry. Click on autospin for example and you aren’t given the option of fine-tuning it: the reels simply set off at a canter and if you want autospin to stop munching through your credits, you’ll need to click on it again. The audio which accompanies the game is minimal but inoffensive. There’s a few bleeps and clicks here and there and that’s about it.

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Back to the Classics

To find out the sort of symbols that you can look forward to matching and their values, click on the ‘i’ symbol below the board to look up the paytable. The plain dice are the lowest value symbols, the equivalent of playing card symbols on regular slots. (Although Dice Slots also do slots in which there are dice with playing card symbols overlaid, just to confuse matters.) Because the dice are rendered in 3D, you’ll be able to see three sides of the dice, but it’s only what’s on the front-facing side that counts. Land 5x 6 on a line for example and you’ll earn 150 coins – that’s with the maximum bet enabled.

Next up are bars. The green double bars are worth 200 for 5 and the red triple bars are 225 for 5. 5x red 7s are worth 250 and that just leaves two special symbols, wild and scatter. Scatter is a green money bag and operates as a stacked symbol. It will appear on reels 2-4 only and you need to land as many of these symbols as possible on the board to profit. 7 of them are enough to trigger free spins; you’ll be awarded between 7 and 30 spins depending on how many scatters appear. Wild meanwhile appears as a jalapeno and will substitute for all symbols except for scatter. 5 of these are worth 5,000.

30 Spicy Dice Summary

30 Spicy Dice by Dice Slots is a simple pokie that gamblers seeking an unpretentious slot should enjoy. Aside from the fact that everything appears upon three-dimensional dice, this is a straight up fruit machine, one stocked with the usual symbols from back in the day – bar any actual fruit, which don’t get a look in. This is a game that you can play for free if you’d like to get the measure of whether or not it’s worth your time.

Once you’re happy with how it all works and are willing to wager real cash, play for real money and see how you fare. Although not suitable for the iPhone due to Flash elements, 30 Spicy Dice might work on Android and will certainly work on desktop devices.

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