|Min Bet Per Line
|0.2 - 500
|Wild Symbol, Scatter, Free Spins, Bonus Feature
Count Yer Cash is a clever twist on words for this Dracula themed slot. The aim of the game is to beat the Count and try to earn yourself some money. The game is really colourful and vibrant and the characters involved are quite lovable, for want of a better word. Again, not the most of original of themes, but we couldn’t help but smile when we read the title of the game, and once we got stuck in we quickly realised that’s it has got a lot more about it than the majority of slots that we have tested.
You’ve got a 5-reel, 20-payline game on offer with stakes ranging from 1p up to £25 a spin. This means that you can max out at £500 a spin, making it a must play for those of you with slightly larger bankrolls than most. On top of that you’ve got sticky wilds, feature games and also free spins to keep you locked in the hunt for cash.
The Count yer Cash feature round is a nice simple game to get started with; all you need to do is find three of the Count yer Cash symbols whilst in normal play. Once you get this you’ll then be taken to the feature game where you need to click on the coffin doors to get your games multiplier. You essentially just keep going until you find the ghost and then you’ll be paid your hopefully sizeable earnings from there.
The free spins game will be triggered by getting 3 or more of the heart symbols. The number of free spins will start at 15 and go up to 100 if you manage to find 5 heart symbols in one go. You can also get these re-triggered in the game, with a maximum of 210 spins up for grabs.
The Count Yer Cash slot is a fun filled game that should keep you entertained for a decent while at least. The game includes a nice range of features ranging from bonus rounds to free spins. There’s not an awful lot to dislike to be honest, and even the fact that you could play with just 1p or £500 goes to show exactly how versatile this slot can be. Whilst it may not be as good as some of your branded games, we couldn’t help but wonder why Count yer Cash has gone under the radar for so long.