The bet sizes available in Boom City range from 10p to £1,000.
The Playing Area
Step inside the live studio and you'll discover the marvellous 6x6 playing area in the centre.
There are 36 squares on the grid. The aim of the game is to correctly guess which squares you think will win.
Up to six squares may be chosen at each time.
Two dice are used to decide which squares are the winning positions.
The number rolled on the blue die represents the column number, while the number rolled on the gold die represents the row number.
There are four special symbols available to encounter on the playing area.
|Multiplier||Multiplies the value of that square's winnings by 1x, 2x or 5x.|
|Power Boost||Increases the value of the Multiplier symbols currently present on the reels.|
|Bust||Blocks any winnings and forfeits the wagers placed on that square.|
|Bonus||Activates the corresponding bonus.|
Boom or Bust Bonus
At the start of this bonus, the columns on the playing area will be numbered 1-6.
Various Multiplier symbols and Bust symbols will be scattered across random positions on the columns.
The higher the position, the greater the value of the Multiplier symbol. It's also more likely that you'll encounter a Bust symbol, though!
The aim of the bonus is to climb as high as possible to win the biggest possible Multiplier symbol.
You'll be able to Keep Rolling or Cash Out of the bonus after each roll.
Dice Battle Bonus
The playing area will divide into two sides, with three columns on each side.
Each side will receive three rolls of the dice.
The winning side is the side that has the highest dice roll.
Lucky Drop Bonus
Each column on the playing area will be numbered 1-6, which will correspond to the numbers on the dice.
There are four Multiplier symbols placed on each column.
The higher the Multiplier symbol, the more it will be worth!
Choose a number, sit back and see if the dice rolls your chosen number.
If it does, then you'll receive the first available Multiplier from your column.
The process repeats until you win the very last Multiplier symbol on your column.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.21%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.21 of wins.