Play’n GO’s Launch Cats and Cash… Again
One of the leading names in the online gaming industry Play’n GO has launched a makeover of its popular slot from 2012, titled Cats and Cash.
The slot was updated in terms of graphics and released in HTML5, so now it is available for players on smartphones and tablets, and you can already try it on these devices as well as on desktop.
Cats and Cash is a five-reel three-row slot with up to 15 paylines, while the stake can be anywhere from $0.01 to $75 per spin. The game is inspired by an old-fashioned television game show, and two disco cats are the hosts.
The symbols you’ll encounter while playing are gold bars, jeweled necklaces, stacks of money, and, of course, different kinds of cats.
The highest paying one is the golden bars symbol, while the lowest paying ones are the pink cat, and the cat wearing a bow tie.
Lucrative Features Await
The slot’s Wild symbol is represented by a cat hosting the show. This icon can substitute for all other symbols except the Scatter, and it will pay x2 if it is a part of a winning combination.
Goldfish in a bowl symbol functions as the slot’s Scatter.
Cats and Cash has a bonus feature called the Wheel of Fortune which is triggered if you land three or more wheel symbols with the word “BONUS” written all over them, while its top prize is worth 5,000 times the stake.
All you have to do is spin the wheel, which stops by itself or it can be stopped using the adequate button.
If the needle stops on an orange field, you’ll receive a prize and a free respin.
Another amazing feature is the Pick-a-Gift round, which is activated if you land three gift-wrapped boxes symbols anywhere on the reels.
You’ll then have to choose between 10 boxes which contain prizes going from 5 up to 2,000x your bet. After you’ve made your choice, all prizes from the remaining boxes will be revealed.
Cats and Cash is a fun and cute slot, with a potential to give its players handsome rewards. The game is available online and it can be played at online casinos powered by Play’n GO.