A generic game, with generic symbols, the Cash Cave mobile slot does have stacked wild and multipliers, which saves it from complete obscurity.
But only just to be honest. Sure, it might have more features than Ainsworth’s other 100 payline slot Roaming Reels, but those slot features don’t quite come together to make this truly exciting.
Add a fairly lacklustre theme and sounds, and you’re left with a fairly traditional looking game that sometimes brings the cash out of the cave.
What you’re doing here is robbing a bear from his well found riches, which include… a generic dollar sign, a generic pile of gold bars, generic gems and cash, and some diamond encrusted dice in case you didn’t realise you were gambling.
About the only legitimately unique symbol here is the bear symbol, which comes stacked on reels 3, 4 and 5 during the base game.
Honestly, there are far better ‘animals getting rich’ theme that are far more fun than this Cash Cave slot.
Here is where, instead of bringing the excitement to the reels, the free spins totally fizzle out your passion. Whist the stacked wilds gave us the occasional 10x to 20x our bet win, the free spins rarely manage as much.
The reason being, not only are the symbols worth less in the free spins (ie. a 5 of a kind win that got you 150 in cash, now only gets you 75), but you don’t get stacked wilds.
Instead you get singular wild symbols on reels 2 to 5, and the further along you spin, the bigger the multiplier. So on spin 1 you start with a 1x multiplier and by spin 9 you’ve got an 8x multiplier.
But, and here’s the annoying bit… only if you get a win on those wilds that pop up less often than during the base game.
Honestly, we were tempted to give this 2 stars as we did get a 50x our bet win once, but then realised that that might get you to try this Cash Cave video slot, and waste your time and money as we did.
So if you like more traditional Vegas style slots, with high risk, we’d recommend you play on the Mustang Money slot instead.
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|Mobile Slot released||January 2016|
|Slot type||Video Slot|
|Slot reels / paylines||5 Reels / 100 Paylines|
|House edge / RTP||5.96% / 94.04%|
|Coins range||0.01 - 0.75|
|Min/Max bet||1 / 75|
|Free spins||Up to 15 Free Spins / Increasing Multipliers|
|Bonus rounds||Wilds, Scatters, Free Spins, Multipliers|
Stacked Wilds: These only show up in the base game and come in the form of the thumbs up bear with a wad of bills in his hands. He comes stacked across reels 3, 4 and 5 and substitutes for all other symbols except scatter.
Scatters and Free Spins: Get 3 or more Cash Cave slot logos anywhere on screen and you'll trigger 10 free spins. If you get 3 or more during the free spins, you'll get 5 free spins more, but that's the absolute limit.
The wilds don't come stacked, but they now come across reel 2 to 5 and with a multiplier, the long you spin. Some symbols get a higher multiplier faster, but more or less you can expect:
The problem here is that with 100 paylines, and no stacked symbols or wilds, getting a wild win is hard enough as it is, never mind with a decent multiplier.
Not to mention getting more than 10 spins is fairly difficult.
Add that the value of the symbols decrease during the free spins, and really, whilst it might not be costing you anything, you'd wonder why you wasted your money getting here in the first place.
The name make no sense, the theme is generic, and the sounds are boring as anything.
Granted, if you can get through all that, you might be able to get some decent wins in this Cash Cave mobile slot, thanks to the stacked wilds in the base game, and a hail Mary 8x multiplier on the free spins.
But why bother when you can enjoy the far more modern Pimped slot by Play'n GO which has all the luxurious flair, excitement, and wins, that Cash Cave lacks?
Or you can play Cash Cave at one of these mobile casinos:
Review by Lucky Mobile Slots, last updated: March 25, 2021 - Rating