If you like your slots traditional, then look no further than the Microgaming offering of Cash Splash 3 reel. Here at Boku Slots we do prefer a little more happening in our games, but we have to admit that Cash Splash 3 Reel did hold our attention for a while at least.
Cash Splash 3 Reel is a 3-reel single pay line slot with a low RTP of 91.51%. Don’t let that put you off, after all this is a Microgaming slot and they don’t usually create dud offerings.
Bet Amounts – Betting begins at either 1, 2 or 3 coins and each coin is worth £1, so your spin will cost either £1, £2 or £3. However, you can only win the big jackpot if you bet the maximum of £3, so bear this in mind when playing.
Wild Symbol – The wild symbol is the Cash Splash logo and it substitutes for all other symbols in play. This means despite the one pay line, you are in with a chance of winning more often as the logo will complete any winning combination.
Other Symbols – Your symbols comprise of the traditional slot themed images of cherries, bars, sevens and of course the wild. The pay table is to the side of the slot screen and is split into columns, so you can see what your potential winnings will be whether you play with 1, 2 or 3 coin amounts.
Progressive Jackpot – This is the only feature that is included in the slot and it is also present in the more updated cash splash 5-reel as well. Land three of the wild symbols on the pay line and you will win the progressive jackpot. There is a catch however, in that must have played the spin at coin level 3 in order to win the progressive prize pot.
All in all, Cash Splash 3 Reel is easy to play and the wins happen often enough to justify the single pay line and very low RTP. Microgaming has kept it as simple and as traditional as they can without detracting too much from their own reputations of being amazing content creators. If this version doesn’t do much for then why not try the 5-reel version instead. It has a more modern feel than this one. However for what it is we really enjoyed the 3-reel version and the only let down was the single pay line and the fact that to win the progressive, you had to be playing at full coin level.