More Cash was conceived with one concept in mind - to win some cold hard cash. And in this Wall Street-inspired video slot from GameArt, there is plenty of it waiting to be collected.
As mentioned, the gameplay takes place on Wall Street, with several tall skyscrapers providing the backdrop to the game. A red filter has been employed to most of the screen, with the reels standing out in a luminescent blue shade. Plenty of elements evoking coins and banknotes have also been included to the gameplay.
The game comes with classic, retro audios that do not supplement much to the actual gameplay. Overall, More Cash provides a rather basic look and a dull atmosphere.
How to play More Cash
More Cash has five reels with fifteen paylines with three icons displayed on each one at the end of a player's turn. Before they begin to make some serious moolah, players should adjust their gameplay settings.
The arrows at the screen's bottom edge are where players can adjust their bet size.
Click the Spin button to place the bet and begin to spin the reels.
Use the Autoplay function to put the reels on autopilot mode for as long as players wish, great if they are fed up of manually spinning the reels.
After each win, players can double their cash prize with a mini guessing game - similar to typical gamble rounds. Players must locate the colour of a spinning virtual card to win; repeating as many times as they wish to. However, a single mistake will forfeit any wins that are accrued.
Symbols in More Cash
More Cash, being related to all things money and cash value, is mostly made out of money-related icons, but not all. They separate into two groups of symbols.
The first group of symbols are the lower-value ones including the playing cards Nine, Ten, Jack, Queen, King and Ace.
The higher-value cards are the Cash Bags, the Credit Cards, the Piggy Bank, the Gold Bars and the Banknotes.
The Dollar Coin in More Cash is the first unique symbol in More Cash. Not only does it acts as a Wild card, able to substitute the place of any basic icons listed above; it can also multiply the possibilities of winning.
In the process, the Coin instantly increases a player's reward by up to four times. Combinations of Coins on a payline can activate up to twenty Free Spins, during which a Black Coin will randomly appear and act as an additional Wild and will expand to cover the entire reel.
Lastly, the Scale symbol is the game's Scatter symbol, and this will trigger more significant wins regardless of where the icon lands on the display screen. Landing three or more of them anywhere along an active payline simultaneously will seriously boost your money wallet.
More Cash doesn't really have any obvious appeal for players, yet it does payout well and often, so it is worth a punt. The severe lack of entertainment, however, will not keep gamers playing for long.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring