The gameplay works like this in the easy level:
You have 3 choices in your route. Two of them are ok, but one of them includes a bomb.
If you make a successful choice, you can either stay (and take the money) or go forward.
If you run into a bomb, you are busted. If you are lucky, you can get to the top!
In the medium level, you have only two choices in your route: one is a successful one and the second gets you busted.
In the hard level you have three choices: 2 gets you busted and only one is a successful route. This also makes your winnings a lot higher
You could like Cryptoskull if you like fast and simple gameplay with decisions you can make. Of course the game is totally random and needs no skill, but making choices can be fun.
Everything works fast and the Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals worked fine in my tests.
Cryptoskull has a Facebook page (not very active) and a Twitter account (more active). Cryptoskull has also a Bitcointalk.org thread but it is not very active. The Satoshi amount wagered is not very high for a crypto gambling site, so it seems like Cryptoskull is fairly smallish Bitcoin game. Let’s see if it can get more popular with updating the gaming system or bringing more games available for example?
Some things Cryptoskull could improve are game instructions. There are no instructions on the site and it took some time for me to figure out how the game works.
Also there are no info about the people behind Cryptoskull. There isn’t a casino license or a company behind the site as far as I know.
The game idea behind Cryptoskull is not unique as there are many other very similar minesweeper type games. Maybe I will also test those at some point.
But for now, why not test Cryptoskull out and please write your own review here in the lower part of this review!