The Cash Camel slots game can be found at casinos offering iSoftBet software. iSoftBet are one of the newer casino software providers on the market but they have managed to tie down some impressive branded slots game contracts. As a standard iSoftBet do not publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help file or paytables. However as part of the UKGC license requirements many UKGC licensed operators have started to publish this information for all of their games. As such we can tell from Trada’s site that the House Edge of Cash Camel is 4.04% when playing maximum paylines/coins.
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Cash Camel is a 5 reel slots game with 20 paylines and you can bet one coin per payline.
The ‘Cactus Wally’ symbol is Wild.
There are two bonus features when playing Cash Camel. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive the Cactus Wally Wild symbol anywhere on reel 3. When this happens you will be shown a selection of barrels. Select one of the barrels to be awarded either 5, 7, 8 or 10 free spins. During the free spins reel 3 is a Wild reel. Also, whenever you receive a winning combination all symbols that contributed to the win are locked in place and all other symbols are respun. This process repeats until no new symbols are added to the winning combination at which point your win for the spin is calculated.
The second bonus feature is triggered when you receive three or more of the ‘Camel’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded either 10, 20 or 30 free spins depending on the number of Camel scatter symbols you received. Free spins can be retriggered and receiving one or two of the Camel scatter symbol will award 1 or 2 additional free spins respectively. During the free spins if you receive a full stack of Cactus Wally Wild symbols on reel 3 the multiplier that will be applied to all free spin wins for the remainder of the free spins is increased by one up to a maximum of 10.
Cash Camel has a couple of different free spin features and while they’re not the most diverse bonus features we’ve ever seen they are reasonably entertaining. This is combined with a House Edge that is reasonable without being attractive to give a fairly good game.