About Criss Cross 81
Criss Cross 81 is a November 2012 Wazdan-owned video slot that is modeled on the classic slot machine. It is among the four games fitted with 81 paylines, alongside Dino Reels 81 (December 2016), Mega Jack 81 (July 2013), Mega Fruits 81 (July 2013), Magic Fruits 81 (July 2013), Welcome to Hell (February 2016), Vegas Hot 81 (February 2016), and Night Club 81 (February 2016).
Other relatable games from the developer include: BARs and 7s (December 2017), Juicy Reels (March 2019), Magic Fruits Deluxe (September 2017), Neon City (October 2019), Sizzling 777 Deluxe (June 2016), Hot 777 Deluxe (October 2018), Magic Hot 4 Deluxe (December 2017), Mystery Jack Deluxe (December 2017), and Magic Target Deluxe (Jun 2017).
Criss Cross 81’s rival slots include: Dice & Roll (September 2015) from EGT, Lucky Dice (December 2017) from Magnetic Gaming, and Dice on Fire (February 2017) from StakeLogic. Named after the crisscrossing 81 paylines, Criss Cross 81’s ten symbols (red 7, green 7, blue 7, red double BARs, blue double BAR, single BAR, orange, lemon, cherries, paired dices) require three or four winning combinations.
Criss Cross 81 Game Characteristics
Criss Cross 81 has a frameless 4X3 grid whose four gold-lined black reels are joined with six golden compass roses that trace the trajectories of its 81 fixed paylines. There are eleven symbols, nine cash bets, mystery wins, a win-doubling substitute, no free games, a side game, and a self-adjusting paytable whose regular payouts range from $0.10 to $100000.00.
Criss Cross 81 has two special symbols and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a smiling colorful “wild jester; and a pair of red and blue “mystery” dices.
Ordinary symbols: a red-and-golden triple 7; a green-and-golden double 7; a blue-and-golden single 7; a red-and-white double BAR; a blue-and-white double BAR; blue-and-white single BAR; an orange; a lemon; and cherries.
The Criss Cross 81 cash bets: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).
Betting $100.00 attracts these Criss Cross 81 payouts for three and four winning combinations, respectively. “Mystery” dices pay $100.00 and $500.00, while the mystery payouts are $5000.00 and $50000.00. Red 7 pays $5000.00 and $50000.00; a red 7 and a jester substitute pay $10000.00 and $100000.00. Green 7 pays $1000.00 and $8000.00; a green 7 and a jester substitute pay $2000.00 and $16000.00. Blue 7 pays $800.00 and $4000.00; a blue 7 and a jester substitute pay $1600.00 and $8000.00.
Any double BAR pays $400.00 and $1600.00; double BARs and a jester substitute pay $800.00 and $3200.00. Single BAR pays $200.00 and $800.00; single BAR and a jester substitute pay $400.00 and $1600.00. Lemon, or cherries pay $100.00 and $400.00; lemons, or cherries and a jester substitute pay $200.00 and $800.00. Gamble game: guessing between a black and red playing card—wrong guesses nullify payouts while correct guesses double payouts. Criss Cross 81’s non-progressive jackpot is X2144, which (2144X100) is $214400.00.
The good Criss Cross 81 software has: energy saving mode; right/left hand modes; slow, moderate and fast modes; high volatility level only; available in 13 languages; supports diverse OS and platforms; and autoplay mode—the mobile version has 5-1000 automated rounds, with a preset $1000.00 single win or cash increase/decrease limit; the desktop version has 10-1000 automated rounds, with a preset $1000000.00 single win or cash increase/decrease limit.
There are classic slot machine sounds, and chinking sound effects. Animated 3D graphics: glinting symbols, gleaming stars, spinning jester, gushing coins, oscillating dices, and firework effects.
Luck in Criss Cross 81
The return to player rate of Criss Cross 81 is 96.29% and the house edge is 3.71%. It is a game of chance.