Enjoy a new take on the retro classic, featuring Gold Tetriminos, free spins and more, in Tetris Extreme!
The bet sizes available in Tetris Extreme range from 20p to £50.
Cluster Wins are available in this game.
A Tetriminois made up of four Minos (squares) of the same colour.
Possible Tetriminos may be rotated by 90, 180 or 270 degrees before appearing on-screen.
A group of adjacent squares that are the same colour is called a Cluster.
Clusters pay out according to the number of squares in the Cluster.
The number of squares in the Cluster is multiplied by the Line Clear Multiplier.
You can view the current bet configuration in the paytable.
Line Clear Multiplier
The Line Clear Multiplier is applied to all Cluster wins.
The value of the Line Clear Multiplier can change according to the number of Line Clears - the value will be shown at the bottom of the screen.
Landing a full row of seven squares awards a Line Clear, causing the row to disappear and the remaining squares to fall down into the empty space.
The value of the Line Clear Multiplier resets to one at the beginning of each game.
The Gold Tetrimino can appear during the Free Spins Bonus.
If part of or all of a Gold Tetrimino forms a Line Clear, the Line Clear Multiplier is multiplied by five.
Any additional Line Clears that occur during the spin will also be multiplied before the total Line Clear Multiplier is multiplied - this can only occur once per game.
Once a Line Clear has occurred during a spin, no more Gold Tetriminos can fall.
The Gold Tetrimino will transform back to its original colour after the Line Clear occurs.
Free Spins Bonus
The Free Spins Bonus is triggered when 15 or more Line Clears occur in a single game and plays automatically.
Ten free spins are awarded at the beginning of the Free Spins Bonus, with a further ten awarded if 15 or more Line Clears occur during the bonus.
The total bet and payouts are the same as the triggering game, with the same winning combinations used in the bonus as in the main game.
The Line Clear Multiplier resets to 1x for each free spin.
There are three progressive jackpots in Mega Drop - the Minor, Major and Epic jackpots.
A proportion of the player's total bet is contributed towards the progressive jackpots on each spin.
Each jackpot has a payout value that they must drop before reaching - the jackpot will therefore be awarded to a player by the time it reaches its maximum payout amount.
Progressive jackpots can also be awarded on any wager.
When a progressive jackpot is awarded, the jackpot amount is reset to a reseed value of approximately 25% of the value paid out.
It is not possible to be awarded more than one jackpot with a single wager - if more than one jackpot is won with the same stake, the jackpot with the higher maximum drop value will be awarded.
There are theoretical scenarios where the jackpot drop amount may slightly exceed its expected drop value.
Progressive jackpot balances are displayed in the game and are updated only when waiting for user input.
The jackpot balances update at least once per two seconds during this state.
Although progressive jackpots can be won on any stake, there is a greater chance of winning the jackpot with a higher stake.
All players will be notified when a progressive jackpot is won.
When one game round makes a claim for one of the progressive jackpots, it is simultaneously assured that no other game round can claim the same progressive jackpot.
Progressive winnings do not count towards the maximum win for the game - this reflects the theoretical return across many plays.
Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Any combination of wins in a single game is limited and will not exceed £250,000.
It may not be possible to reach this limit in a single game from every bet configuration.
In accordance with fair gaming practices, the outcome of each and every game is completely independent.
Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
The chances of getting a particular outcome are always the same at the start of every game - this does not apply to Mega Drop.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 94.09% + 2% Jackpot contribution.
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 long term £94.09 of wins, plus the chance to win the jackpot.