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Released: July 2018
The Cats and Cash game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing providers in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Cats and Cash is 3.97%.
Soon to be followed up by ‘Dogs and Dosh’.
The Cats and Cash game has 5 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high. The game uses 15 payline and you can bet up to 5 coins on each of the paylines.
The ‘Gameshow Host Cat’ symbol is wild and multiplies any win it contributes to 2.
There are two bonus features when playing Cats and Cash. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Box’ bonus symbol in a row on an active payline starting from the left side of the reels. When this happens you’ll be taken to a new screen showing 10 boxes. Select one of the boxes to put aside, the other boxes are revealed one at a time to show the prizes you could have won and then you are shown the prize you selected.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Wheel’ bonus symbol in a row on an active payline starting from the left side of the reels. When this happens you’ll be taken to a new screen showing a wheel with various prizes. The wheel will be spun and the prize it lands on is yours to keep. If you land on an orange segment of the wheel you receive the prize and an additional spins of the wheel.
Cats and Cash is nothing revolutionary or surprising. While graphically this game is pleasing enough, the bonus features are rather mundane and leave this game flat in terms of entertainment. This is combined with a House Edge that sits right at the upper end of the range commonly being used for most slots releases today to give a game that’s more expensive to play than many better games. Not a bad choice, just not a good one.