Instead of having just 3 reels always displaying 3 symbols (for a constant total of 9 symbols), Cash N Riches has 6 rolls that can display up to 5 symbols on each reel. This results in an impressive 117,649 different ways of winning or paylines.
Like 3-armed bandits, Cash N Riches has wild symbols that can substitute for all symbols, apart from scatter symbols. A scatter is also something that didn’t exist in traditional slots. It’s basically a special symbol that doesn’t even have to be in the central horizontal line to count. If you get 4 scatters anywhere on the board, you will receive a free spin!
What’s the Theme of the Game?
The theme of this game is that of a VIP casino cash party. The stylish graphics and cool music make you feel as if you are right inside a premium casino. This game has a sensational cash pot collect feature that gives you the chance to potentially win 4 types of jackpots – Mini, Minor, Major and Mega!
Who Created This Game?
Cash N Riches has been created by Triple Edge Studios, an independent studio that creates exclusive online gaming content for Microgaming. Microgaming is one of the world’s biggest gambling software developers and claims to have created the world's first true online casino software in 1994. Triple Edge Studios had a big hit with Ancient Fortunes: Poseidon™, which, as the name suggests, was an undersea ancient Greek-themed slot with a lot of deep-sea diving. Cash N Riches has the same mechanics and therefore the same, if not more, excitement. We believe that the thrills and spills of their newest game will keep you entertained!
Other Game Features
Like most modern online slots, Cash N Riches has loads of interesting features that will keep you gripped as well as offering so many different ways of winning. These include free spins, infinite escalating multipliers and retriggers, and an attention-grabbing horizontal reel that tantalizes the player with wild symbols and potential wins.
Free spins are triggered by 4 or more scatters, and the multiplier kicks in with every winning roll. That explains why they’re called “escalating” multipliers. And the “infinite”? Yes, there is no set limit to what the multiplier can increase to!