|Min Bet Per Line||0.01|
|Bet Range||0.2 - 500|
|Game Features||Scatter, Progressive Jackpot|
CashDrop is an exciting addition to the IGT line-up and it’s a bit of twist on what the modern day slot ‘should’ be. Instead of reels of icons spinning around you actually get 20 squares that all spin when you set the game off. The icons that appear will make paylines like a normal slot, but the layout is a 4-3-4-3-4 in terms of number of icons in each reel. The game has a real sensual feel to it and its one that we decided was a real joy to use. It looks super clean and the game ran pretty much without a hitch.
It’s essentially a 5 reel, 20-payline game, but as we mentioned, the layout is a little different than to what you may be used to. The game does include a number of scatters and jackpots, along with wilds and ‘reactions’, which we will discuss next.
The reaction symbols work a little bit like a wild in more standard slot game. You need to get 5 matching colours that are all connected to get a reaction. Once the reaction takes place then these icons will move and be replaced with new icons, meaning that the chances of winning vastly increase. The number of consecutive reactions you have will mean more multipliers are awarded to your winnings.
The Scatter is going to be your friend on this game. You’ll need to pick up three or more of these bad boys to really get some money rolling about on CashDrop. Depending on how many you pick up will depend on the jackpot that you are going to win. The three jackpots are mini, midi and maxi, and the amount you will get from each will depend on how much the progressive is running at.
CashDrop is a modern twist on the slot machine, in our opinion. It looks stunning as we have mentioned, and is one of those that you can really see yourself getting some good game time out of. The inclusion of reactions and jackpot scatters are nothing new, but again they are a nice change of pace from your usual wilds and bonus rounds. The lack of free spins was a little disappointing, but that’s pretty much the only downside that we can really come up with in what’s otherwise been a fantastic slot to review.