NetEnt are one of the biggest providers of games in the iGaming business. Their latest video slot announcement comes in the form of Cash-O-Matic. Based around an original cash machine but with an art-deco design feel. Let’s see if this new slot has what it takes.
About The Game
The screen is split in to three sections, on the far left we see a Multiplier Meter, next to this is the Counter for you Scatters, the rest of the screen is the 5x4 grid with 1024 ways to win.
Symbols in the game include Red, Yellow, Blue, Green and Purple gems, also, A, K, Q, J and 10 Royals. The Red Star Symbol is the highest paying offering 1x your stake for landing five. The soundtrack in the game almost reminds of us of being at a fairground with a old fashioned twist, playing on a loop, this can be quite annoying at times.
Cash-O-Matic is based around the Avalanche mechanism, there are no spinning reels here. Symbols drop down from the top in to the grid. Any winning combinations drop down to the very bottom of the grid and the other symbols disappear, new symbols fall down creating more winning combinations, this will repeat until no more winning combinations appear.
The Multiplier comes in to play when a reel is full of wining symbols, 1, 2, 3 or 4 full rows will give you multipliers of 1x, 2x, 4x or 10x your stake.
By landing ten or more Scatters in one spin the free spins round is activated. Each Scatter stands for one free spin. The round can be re-triggered as each row, which is filled will award you one extra free spin. Depending how many scatters you collect will dictate what multiplier level, the highest being 50x your stake.
The highest amount you could potentially win is 50,000x your stake but this is highly unlikely as you would have to land 20 plus scatters, then have a full grid of red gems, not unheard 0f though we must add!
Putting a side the graphics and soundtrack, Cash-O-Matic is a well-rounded game with some fantastic win potentials. Once you get your head around the gameplay, which seems complicated on paper, it really isn't, we feel this has the potential to be a firm favourite in the future for NetEnt fans and players in general.