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Cash Puppy, powered by Saucify, has a nice mix of both a retro game and a classic feel, alongside a puppy theme that players will get the traditional cherries and unorthodox dog biscuits that have the word BAR imprinted on them and you've guessed it, come in a triple, double and single dog biscuit (BAR).
Interestingly, Cash Puppy reels are slightly larger than other three reel slots making up a large portion of the game screen. Below the reels sits a dog biscuit shaped metal tag, whilst puppies are either side. The pay table is displayed down the right-hand side of the page, whilst the control panel settings are spread across the screen's bottom.
The audios are an uplifting little jingle played that is accompanied by the sound of dogs barking every time players make a win. There are not many three-reel slots that feature animation on the reels, however once again Puppy Cash differs. Should the puppy be part of any winning line, it will jump in the air and barks.
Symbols in Cash Puppy
The puppies are the highest paying symbols and landing three of them in a row on line five pays out 7,500 coins. Should puppies appear on lines' one, two, three or four players will win either 1,000, 1,500, 2,000 or 2,500 coins respectively. The cash puppy is also representing the game's wild symbol and substitutes for other icons to form winning combinations.
The triple, double and single BAR biscuits pay out 500, 300 and 200 coins for landing three in a row, whilst any succession of the three will pay out fifty coins. Any two cherries will pay players twenty-five coins, whilst three will win them 100 coins.
Saucify's Cash Puppy is a cute three reeled online slot that with its vast reels, offers players an unusual take on the traditional slot experience. The puppies and the dog biscuits provide a friendly, cute and amusing feel to online gaming, so it should be enough to give it go, whether players are new or experienced.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring