The design of this game is visible as a three reel and three row interface. This means that you’ll be spinning through some fairly familiar classic slot offerings. In addition to this interface, you’ll find that there are five different pay lines in it as well. These lines are not something that you are able to customise in any way. Therefore, you will always be betting on such an amount. However, you can change the value of the wager
that you place per spin. This is done with the plus and minus buttons under the ‘Stake/Line’ section. There, you can adjust the value between its minimum of 0.01 coins and 20 coins per line. This means that a maximum overall wager of $100 per spin is able to be in play at any time. There’s also the inclusion of an ‘Autoplay’ button, which allows for several consecutive spins of the reels at the same bet level.
As far as imagery in the game goes, as we said previously, it’s not the greatest. The icons all appear in a very 2D fashion, and if you have it on a large enough screen size, they can also look quite pixelated at times. Because of this, we can’t really say that the graphics are a highlight of Always Hot Cubes. And speaking of the icons within, these exist first of all in the form of dice with a different number face showing. There’s the red one, the orange two and the yellow three to start off with. Then comes the light blue four, the dark blue five and the green six. Following on from these standard dice icons, there are three picture dice on the reels. The first features a form of Chinese symbol on it, while the second contains a gold star. The very last one features a strange red squiggle, which doesn’t really relate to anything.