Bright flames and a red background can only mean one thing: you’re about to enjoy a session of thrills with 9 Blazing Diamonds! Las Vegas-headquartered SpinPlay Games was clearly in the mood for fun when it developed this title. The aesthetics are vibrant and engaging, and the gameplay isn’t far off that. This title offers 25 ways to win and the chance to win 10,000 times your stake!
Pros & Cons
- Fun gameplay
- Good bonus features
- Big potential maximum wins
- Low maximum deposit
- Limited number of paylines
- Medium volatility
How to Play
9 Blazing Diamonds is a standard slot game, and playing it isn’t too difficult. The game is laid out across three rows, each consisting of five reels. To spin, all you need to do is stake your desired amount using the +/- button at the bottom of your screen. Then, hit the curved arrow on the right-hand side to spin.
To get a winning combination, you’ll need to match a minimum of three symbols from left to right. These can be either the usual symbols you see, or they can be wilds.
One of the best ways to win is with the Blazing Diamonds feature. All you need to do is get a minimum of three anywhere on the same spin to receive an instant payout. Three diamonds will give you 1x your stake, whereas nine will pay out 2,500x this amount.
9 Blazing Diamonds uses a small selection of symbols, and understanding how they work isn’t too hard. Each of these looks pretty similar to something you’d expect to find on a real-life slot machine.
The cherries are the lowest-paying symbols, and matching three of these in a row will pay out 0.1 times your stake. Reaching four on one spin will increase that to 0.3x, and five will pay 1x.
Another lower-paying symbol is the single bar – which will give you 0.2x for matching three, 0.5x for four, and 1.5x for five.
The third lowest-paying symbol is the bar with a number five included. Matching three will pay out 0.4x, increasing to 0.8x and 2x if you get four or five respectively.
Other symbols include:
- Blazing Sevens: 6x (three matches); 1.6x (four matches); 4x (five matches)
- Double Sevens: 8x (three matches); 2x (four matches); 6x (five matches)