Released on February 18, 2020, Sugar Cubes is a candy production-related html5 video slot developed by developer Dice Lab and distributed by Relax Gaming. Themes: confectionery, dice game, explosives, and statuettes. Sugar Cubes’ upcoming sequel is Sugar Cubes Halloween (May 2021). Dice Lab’s portfolio has two other video slots, namely: Jolly Dicers (November 2019) and Slotdice (January 2019).
Sugar Cubes’ rival games include 2027 ISS (April 2017) from Endorphina, 100 Bit Dice (November 2019) from 4ThePlayer, and Nicer Dice 100 (January 2021) from Amatic Industries. Six symbols (one-pip dice, two-pip dice, three-pip dice, four-pip dice, five-pip dice, and six-pip dice) require between four and 16 adjoining winning combinations, clustered vertically and/or vertically. However, clustered symbols are not necessary if two “TNT” candies are drawn.
Sugar Cubes Game Characteristics
Sugar Cubes is set in a confectionary factory; its partitioned, pink-framed 5X5 grid is a part of the candy cooking equipment that consists of a green, yellow, magenta and purple piping system. There are no paylines, ten symbols, twelve total bets, wild-guaranteeing wins, transformed symbols, wins-guaranteeing “TNT” candies, +1 win multipliers, bonus game, free games, free re-spins, and no side game.
It regularly pays from X0.1 to X0.15 per dice, amounting to between $0.08 and $320.00.
Sugar Cubes has four special symbols and six ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a pink “wild” chocolate packet; the bonus game /free games-loading scatter is a striped pink-and-white “S” candy; the symbol-transforming feature is a starry gray-and-orange candy; and the symbol-transforming feature is a red-and-white “TNT” candy, comprising of three twined dynamite sticks.
Ordinary symbols: white “one”-pip dice; brown-and-orange two-pip dice; yellow-and-brown three-pip dice; jade green-and-pink four-pip dice; orange five-pip dice; and black-and-white six-pip dice.
The Sugar Cubes bet sizes: $0.20 (minimum bet), $0.40, $0.60, $1.00, $2.00, $4.00, $6.00, $10.00, $20.00, $40.00, $60.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).
These are the Sugar Cubes payouts per dice for 4+ clustered winning combinations. One-pip dice, or two-pip dice, or three-pip dice pays X0.1—ranging from a minimum payout of $0.08 to a maximum bet payout of $160.00. Four-pip dice, or five-pip dice pays X0.15—payouts range from $0.12 to $240.00. Six-pip dice pays X0.2—its payouts are from $0.16 to $320.00.
A winning cluster prompts a wild chocolate packet in the next free re-spin; starting from X1, each back-to-win free re-spin progressively increases the win multiplier by +1. Two starry candies may appear in a cluster, subsequently transforming all winning symbols into six-pip dices. Two drawn “TNT” candies prompt the explosion of all neighboring symbols that pay their respective value.
If side by side, between two and five “S” candies prompt the free games-related bonus game; two “S” candies offer six free games; three “S” candies offer nine free games; four “S” candies offer twelve free games; and five “S” candies offer 15 free games. Drawing 2+ “S” candies offer three extra free games. Sugar Cubes’ non-progressive jackpot is X1003, which (100X1003) is $1003000.00.
The good Sugar Cubes software: icons on pressure gauges and flow meters; desktop and mobile versions; no win/loss limit; $100.00-$10000.00 loss limit, $1000.00-$100000.00 single win limit, or $5000.00-$500000.00 win limit; and 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, and infinite autospins.
Sounds: orchestral instrumental; alarm, clanging, jingling, and chinking sound effects. The animated 3D graphics: flashing alarms, exploding, glitter, glistening, bubbling, and candies moving along a conveyor belt.
Luck in Sugar Cubes
A game of chance, Sugar Cubes’ RTP rate is 97.06% and the house edge is 3.94%.