The game's mechanic, which Northern Lights defines as "9 distinct reels with multiple in-game cameras," is playable from 0.10 to 30 per spin across all devices. In essence, there are 3 columns, 3 rows, and 5 paylines available to players. Of course, there are only three conceivable types, starting with low-paid J-A royals who resemble Andy Warhol canvases. The futuristic designed high pays, on the other hand, are made up of a glowing robot head and three coloured power capsules. The cyborg is the most valuable of the group, valued at 20 times the investment.
The Matrix is used in conjunction with the Lightning Overprints function. On each given spin, little lightning bolt symbols could show up to the right of the usual symbols in the bottom left corner. This type of overprint causes the relevant spot on the Matrix display to light up.
Any vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line of three bolts on the matrix transforms one type of sign into a wild symbol. Many lines result in more symbols going wild. On the Matrix, lights often go out on the following spin, however there is a possibility that some lights might stay on. Super Lightning symbols could also show on a spin. They have the same appearance as the standard one, but instead of merely lighting up one point on the Matrix, they light up a random number of spots.
By using wild symbols or just one type of symbol, players can fill the grid with the same symbol to activate the Repeater bonus.
Moreover, a game with free spins has been added. Curiously, neither the game sheet nor the paytable's rules section made any mention of it.