Cash Cubes Bingo Review
Cash Cubes Bingo is a 36 ball game that takes place on Playtech sites such as William Hill and Betfred. The game plays on a 2 x 2 cubed grid which has 12 numbers. The aim of the game is to complete all sides of the cube to get a full house. However, if you don’t win then you can still collect cubes based on completing groups of 4 on the grid. These cubes build up over a number of games to generate a cash prize.
When you first enter the Cash Cubes room you select a ticket price – 10p, 50p, £1 or £2. Everyone plays the same game but the jackpot and full house prize reflects the ticket price paid. Numbers are called like other bingo games. Players mark off the numbers on their grid to try and complete cubes and a full house.
How To Play Cash Cubes
The game has two prizes – a full house prize and a progressive jackpot. In order to win the progressive jackpot players must call house in 18 calls or less. The interesting thing to note about this progressive is that it’s shared by all players when it falls! At the end of the game the number of cubes you’ve completed are added to your Cash Cubes Collection.
You’ll need to get 50 of one colour in order to win: The prizes are 50p, £2,50, £5 and £10 for the orange, green, purple and red respectively. These are paid as bingo and Cash Cubes slot bonuses. Wagering terms apply. As it’s 36 ball bingo, Cash Cubes games are fast and furious. You can play on mobile, desktop and tablet. Typically player numbers are 15 to 40 and the full house prize is around £12 when purchasing a 50p ticket.
Cash Cubes Bingo is an exciting speedy version of the game. The graphics are OK but look a little bit dated compared to more recent bingo variants. The biggest reasons to play the game are the community progressive jackpot and Cash Cubes Collection. However to benefit from the latter you’ll need to play multiple games. Whilst if the former falls at around £1000 then you may end up with less than £50 depending on the number of players.