Get your Hawaiian shirts out from storage and prepare some colourful cocktails for a spot of tropical-themed fun with Aloha Cluster Pays a 5-reeled slot with 50 paylines spin the reels from a mere $0.50 up to a massive $500 per spin, return to player percentage of 94.02%.

Technical Information

This 6-reel and 5-row video slot features a Cluster Pays mechanic, Sticky Win Re-spins, Substitution symbols, and Free Spins with a Symbol Drop feature. Aloha! Cluster Pays offers a new type of excitement to the players with its clusters of symbols where more and more matching symbols increase the cluster size. The combination of tropical music and the joyful Tiki promises an entertaining gaming experience with Aloha! Cluster Pays.

Payout and Bonus

Bonus: Triggered when 9 or more symbols are clustered together, it is not difficult to see how the game got its name. A Symbol Drop feature excludes the low paying symbols and help you secure some greater wins. With no paylines available, the game is an absolute novelty for the slot gamers.

Free spins: When you land three or more Scatter symbols (Free Games) it’s time to kick back on a sun lounger and take in the stunning views of the beach and the sea as you enjoy some free spins. I say some, and unfortunately some is the correct word as you are only rewarded with five free spins and there isn’t even a multiplier bonus to boost the wins. This is pretty disappointing when you consider that the majority of online slot machines nowadays offer a minimum of ten or more free spins, with the Sumo Kitty slot machine which was also developed by Bally offering up to 20 free spins with very large multipliers.


Aloha at first will seem rather complicated but it is relatively simple once you get the hang of this medium variance slot. The max win is 2000x your stake on every spin so there is definitely some potential for big wins here for this colourful, well produced and feature bonus packed title. The Sticky Win Respins seems to trigger regularly and there’s an RTP of 96.42%.

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