Scoop the Cash is a video slot with a title which will resonate with slots players, who after all, like to win every now and again. Scoop the Cash is based on the lifestyle of a filthy rich aristocrat, whose exploits and belongings are displayed over the slots five reels and 25 paylines.
There are various features available to help players relieve the billionaire of his money. These include wilds, scatters, multipliers, free spins and a bonus game.
Scoop the Cash Slot Theme
There’s no escaping the piles of coins on Scoop the Cash. They appear next to the logo, on every reel icon and even the line markers are coin shaped (although the colored inserts make them look like casino chips).
Gameplay is helped along by live spirited music, sound effects and animations. Unlike many video slots each of the reel icons on Scoop the Cash are animated to some degree, some even include their own sound effects. The billionaire is a great example, whenever his icon is involved in a winning combination he celebrates by energetically waving wads of cash in the air.
Betting Options and More Functions
Taking home a share of the loot doesn’t have to cost players the earth because wagers range from 0.01 to $/£/€50 per play.
Scoop the Cash Slots Features
Scoop the Cash logos play as the slots wild feature and can substitute for every icon bar the dice and safe scatter.
Scoop the Cash offers a bonus game which is triggered when three dice symbols appear on reels 2, 3 and 4 simultaneously. Players must be using the maximum 25 paylines for this to happen. This awards one of three bonus prizes; players could receive the paytable payout for the sum shown on the dice. The second method is a bonus of 20x the total bet if three of the same colors are shown. The final way to win is if three of a kind is shows which awards 100x the triggering bet.
The scattered safe icon will award 10, 15 or 20 free spins when three, four or five icons respectively. These free spins also include a multiplier for any win gained dependent on the number of scatters.
Our Take on Scoop the Cash
We like the billionaire character, who at first glance appears to be a bit of a scrooge. It’s not until you’ve spun the reels a few time that you realize their are plenty of features to keep you entertained. There’s a good range of wagers too, so you can keep your bets within your own boundaries. Why not try to scoop the cash yourself, some casinos even offer free play.
Play and Payment Details
- Pay lines
- Max cash jackpot
- Payout percent
- Wild symbol
- $0.01 - $50.00
- Betting range
- 0.01 - 0.2
- Coin bet range
- Coins per line
- Max coins jackpot
- Max coins
- Scatter symbol
- Free spins available
- Bonus game
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