Wouldn’t we all love to live in Cashville? Wherever you look in this game there are visions of what it’s like to have an endless supply of cash. There’s plenty of dollar bills, gorgeous looking pearls and expensive cigars, not to mention all the other items of jewelery. This is another money orientated slot game from Microgaming who have been putting out some great games for nearly two decades now.
This is a five reel game with three rows and there are 20 payline so that presents you with plenty of opportunities to get some wins. It can be played from £0.01 to £200 a spin, that’s a wide range so you should have no problem in finding a level that you can comfortably play at without having any financial worries.
The symbols in this game are all theme-related. We get to see some really wealthy people with such great names as Sir Sterling, Betty Boodle (and not forgetting her pink poodle), Dame Von Deeds and Bill Bullion. All these strange characters are featured in the introduction to the game, perhaps if they revamp Dallas or Dynasty again they could get roles, a Rolls Royce more likely. Sterling is the rich banker, Von Deeds has a big property portfolio, Boodle is the widow with the art collection and Bullion the wealthy oilman. Other symbols include the cigars, jewelery with cash, a pearl necklace with cash and a massive stack of dollar notes and coins.
The wild symbol in this game is simply a W symbol that has a bit of animation attached to it with dollar bills flying out at you. That’s because it’s just given you a winning combination as it substitutes for all the other money symbols.
If you can get three of the scatter symbols (which is the big S symbol) anywhere on the five reels that this game has, then this gets you a win. There’s also a bonus symbol and as you’ll read this plays a vital part in getting you into the bonus game.
The soundtrack to the game is pretty appalling. It sounds like a busy night in our local social club and it didn’t take me long to mute it.
When you do get a win there’s a chance to double it up using the gamble feature. Now this is the usual bog standard card game. There’s been a little bit of effort here with the centre card having a Cashville logo but there’s one problem here. You only have the chance to double prizes by guessing the colour of the next card. There’s no quadruple option by guessing the suit of the next card so not much variety here. You can keep on gambling until you reach the game limit.
To trigger the Cashville bonus game you need to get at least three of the Bonus Coin symbols on an active payline. You then get the chance to choose from one of the four billionaires to win some instant cash. If you choose Bill then you have to choose between some oil wells, for the Dame it’s a deed, you have vaults to choose from if picking Sir Sterling and a picture of a dog if going for Betty Boodle. The more bonus symbols that trigger the game, the more symbols you can pick and there are some good cash prizes to be won here. Actually getting into the bonus game isn’t the easiest of tasks though.
The theme is amusing and the symbols will put a smile on your face. It’s not the greatest of games though and the bonus feature is hard to trigger.