Bet On New Playtech Tile Matching Game

Published March 15, 2013 by OCR Editor

Bet On New Playtech Tile Matching Game

Betfair Casino introduces popular new arcade game that takes you back to childhood

Playtech has introduced a new arcade game titled Cash Blox, which is based on the old style blocks / tile-matching we used to play as kids. This game is now available at Betfair and other leading Playtech online casinos.

Cash Blox

Cash Blox is based on the retro arcade games like classic blocks matching puzzles, in which the aim is to group shapes together in order to form as many complete lines as possible. In the original version players rotated the blocks as they fell towards to the bottom of the screen, while in the Playtech version the blocks and lines are completely random.

Aside from the randomness, prizes are paid out. If blocks form a complete row when they land, the player is paid according to the pay table. The payout increases as the game goes on, with the chance of double, triple and quadruple completed lines. When a complete line includes a multi-colored Magic Block, the player wins 10 free spins.

Start with welcome bonus

Betfair Casino welcomes all new players with a $/€/£20 free cash sign-up offer, as advertised on television. To claim the cash, simply register using the unique bonus code BTV204, then transfer $/€/£10 into your new casino account, and they will instantly credit you with the bonus amount.

This special offer was advertised all over Britain, Europe and the Internet through a long TV ad campaign on Sky Sports, ESPN, Eurosport, Channel 4 and Channel 5 UK last year. The good news is that while the ads were temporary, the promotion will continue to run for the foreseeable future.

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