Who wouldn’t like to be a King Of Cash? Well, I suppose you lady gamers might object. But for the kind of cash that this King has to offer I’m sure you could strap on some A-4s and tie your hair up for an afternoon, couldn’t you? Regal games developer Microgaming lets us into their palace for a quick gander.
Online slots often use card symbols to bump up the numbers on the symbol front. 9s or 10s through Aces are common indeed, with Kings, Queens and Aces forming the higher paying symbols of the face cards. But Kings Of Cash is all about the Kings. These five reels have kings coming out of their ears, which I suppose is at least better than coming in their ears. (Are you taking note, Prince Harry?)
With so many Kings, what makes up the rest of our symbols? Well, Kings, but Kings of various suits, and with slightly different facial hair. Plus we have Kings holding sizeable bags of money, wads of cash and handfuls of coins. I suppose what we’re getting is that this monarch really likes cash. Which is good, because so do we. And we’re looking for this dough-waving, curly-haired autocrat to land in one of 15 pretty payline patterns to share the wealth our way. The Kings Of Cash Game Logo Wild makes up for any missing symbols in our paylines, substituting for all symbols except the Scatters, of which there are several. Well, two.
Kings Of Cash really is going gung-ho on the cash front, as it boasts two separate bonus features that will hand us the key to the gaming kingdom. Three or more Crown Scatters in any position launches the Kings Of Cash Bonus, in which we must pick a card, any card. We are looking to match three Kings, none of Orient are. Each set of kings bestows their own prize, and really we’re after the King of Spades because he’s the most generous.
And as if that weren’t royal pardon enough, landing three or more Royal Standard Scatters launches the Free Spins bonus feature. Either 10, 15 or 25 Free Spins are on offer, accompanied not by a Queen but by a 1x, 5x or 10x multiplier respectively. The downside to all these bonuses (if there were such a thing!) is that Scatters only payout for landing three or more rather than a minimum of two, though this also means that our wins are made extra special.
This King does for online slots what Burger King did for the high street fast food industry, in that it gives us real competition and food for thought. It also gives us two Scatters and with them two bonus games, making it the best bonus-giver in the Kingdom. It’s just quite nice not to be under threat of having our heads taken off, never mind winning a bucket full of cash.