Count Cashtacular Slots
Count Cashtacular sounds like quite the character, don't you think? We've seen him in his slot game, and we're here to bring you some details about it. Is he good at counting or is this game a little more literal with the title of Count? You're about to find out the answer, so let's get underway with our review.
Which game studio is behind Count Cashtacular slots?
Spin Logic Gaming has come up with this one, so you're in good company and you should be ready to explore further.
They've provided a practice version that's identical to the real one
The only difference, as you might guess, is that you don't need to play with real coins. You can load it and use the in-game coins to check it out.
Have you worked out the Count Cashtacular theme?
The mention of the Count is a huge clue, and if you've worked it out, you'll have an image of a vampire in your mind just now.
Spin Logic keeps to a nice light design
Despite the vampire theme, this slot game isn't too frightening to play. You do get some caskets (with cash inside), some spiders, and other relevant symbols, but they're all presented in true cartoon style.
Get ready to take Count Cashtacular for a spin
Here we go then - we have a five-reel game ready to play here. And yes, each reel has three icons appearing on it.
The Count himself was always going to turn up during the game, and he does this as a nudging wild. What does this mean? Simply that he can take over a whole reel, but if he only lands on one or two spaces on that reel, he'll nudge into the full position. He's also generous because he substitutes for all other symbols. This even applies to the scattered Count Da Cash banner you'll also see during play.
Paylines available in Count Cashtacular slots
The game has 25 lines to bet on, with their formation displayed for viewing as part of the paytable.
How do the wagers work in Count Cashtacular?
The game has fixed all its paylines, which means you need to figure out which bet level to play at. The lowest end of the scale offers a 25-cent wager, while the upper end goes to $25 per go.
Find the paytable in the control panel
If you've even played just one or two other games from this developer, you'll easily be able to spot it when you look below the reels.
Did you know the game offers a pick bonus?
And it isn't the scatter you need to find to reach it either. Instead, look out for the Count appearing on the first and fifth reels on the same spin.
Free spins are just one possibility in the pick bonus
When the two appearances of the Count occur as described above, you can decide whether you want respins or free spins. The respins award five of them with two full-height wild Counts on those outer reels where they landed. If you decide to opt for some free spins, you'll receive 12 and you can look for wilds to land as you play. The triggering wilds do not stay in place during these games. However, you can retrigger the spins if you get another two wilds on those same reels.
We do not currently have the RTP value to share
None of the slots in this collection of games have a clear return to player percentage to share, so it's not unusual in this instance.
What did we think of the Count Cashtacular game?
This is a cool game, especially with nudging wilds, respins, and free spins coming into play. We're ranking this at 8.5 points from a maximum of 10.
What is the most that could be won during the game?
They reveal this in the paytable, and it's a giant figure. It's possible to trigger a maximum of 50,000x your bet, and according to the info, that could potentially happen on each line.
Practice play gives you time to see what you think
The Count is waiting to see what you make of this game, and you can find out for sure when you look at the demo game.
Will you play the real game for a chance of some actual prizes?
Only the real version of Count Cashtacular can deliver real cash prizes, so see what you make of it and consider whether a quarter per spin is playable for you.
Will you spot the Count at a mobile casino?
Yes, you may do, as this is a modern slot. It should work just fine on a touchscreen device on Android or iOS.