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Game Review King Cashalot 5-Reel
Game Review King Cashalot 5-Reel
Game Review King Cashalot 5-Reel
Game Review King Cashalot 5-Reel
Game Review King Cashalot 5-Reel
Game Review King Cashalot 5-Reel

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King Cashalot 5-Reel

King Cashalot is a game of royalty and riches. This progressive slot has 5 reels, 9 paylines, a wild symbol, scatter symbol, bonus game, and this Microgaming video slot can make your dreams come true to live a life like pure royalty by winning the jackpot at hand.

This slot will take you to a kingdom of kings, queens, knights, not to forget the delicious banquet dishes at his royal highness’ feast and more. A little inspiration is added when you watch the introduction video at the beginning; these are always interesting and will entice you as the player before you begin. You will enter a land of fairytale, in the hope of turning your life into a life of luxury with the jackpot. Although there are no Free Spins round in this game, you surely will be rewarded in the bonuses that this game has to offer.

This slot has a fun feel to it. All the icons are happy and smiling, no seriousness at all on the reels, only you control just how serious your bets can be. The theme of a feast taking place at the King’s table is heard in the background as you are spinning the reels.

Progressive Jackpot:

This slot is for any player, but if you want a chance at the big progressive jackpot, you will need to Bet Maximum. If 5 King Symbols appear on the 9th payline, you will be striking it lucky. If this jackpot goes off, then it will reset itself at still a rewarding amount.

Wild Symbol:

The King symbol also is the wild symbol and he will generously substitute for all symbols to make a winning combination except for the scatter and treasure bonus symbols. He will double your winnings when substituting.

Scatter Symbol:

The Jester is the scatter symbol of this slot. This Jester will pay when he appears more than twice anywhere on the reels.

Bonus Game:

If 2, 3 or 4 Golden Dragons are scattered on the reels, then the Treasure Bonus is triggered. In this feature the King will give you the choice of 8 treasure chests. Choose the first one to reveal what prize you have won, you have the choice of choosing again with the hope of revealing something better at the risk of losing what you already have won. This is very similar to the gamble feature but with the curiosity of how much you may or may not win. This is a very interesting concept I must add.

So what are you waiting for? The Progressive Jackpot is increasing every second, give it a shot and you may be the lucky king.

Play and Payment Details

  • 5
  • 9
    Pay lines
  • N/A
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • No
  • $0.05 - $2.25
    Betting range
  • 0.05 - 0.05
    Coin bet range
  • 5
    Coins per line
  • Yes
  • 15000
    Max coins jackpot
  • 45
    Max coins
  • Yes
    Scatter symbol
  • No
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

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