Games Related to Cashville
If you can imagine a retirement village where the extremely rich and somewhat snooty, go to spend their final days alone with their cash, then you are imagining the fictitious town of Cashville.
The revamped mobile version of this slot was re-released in 2015, but it retains the style and feel of the original game, which was released many years beforehand and as such, it is fair to say that the cartoon-style graphics on the Cashville slot do look a little dated.
However, given that the focus of this game are four very crusty old folks with plenty of money and attitude, this older feel to the graphics actually adds a little to the game. It's not quite nostalgic but the caricature style of the characters that makes them instantly memorable (or dislikeable) is maintained and this actually helps engage you in the slot.
What is true about Cashville is that the four individuals of the slot may have plenty of money, but they haven't spent any of it investing in features in the game. The elephant in the room is that the Cashville mobile slot remains faithful to the original, even to the point of not having a free spins round.
Given that free spins are the easiest and quickest way to win a decent amount of cash on most modern mobile slots, you have to question the wisdom of re-releasing the slot on mobile as it was. As no doubt about it, a free spins round would have given the Cashville mobile slot a lot more added appeal.
That's not to say however that the Cashville slot is without merit. Sure, the characters in the slot are hard to love, but that is the point somewhat and the game does have plenty of other features that will have players spinning the reels.
Cashville is a 5x3 reel 20 payline slot. The paylines are fixed and you can get the reels spinning for as little as 0.20 up to 40.00. That's a nice range for lower to medium stakes players, although the truly high stakes players would probably look elsewhere for a slot which allows a larger maximum bet.
One thing that the slot does have that is appealing is a very tasty top prize of 500,000 coins. That is certainly enough money to get you noticed around Cashville and would certainly boost anybody's bank balance by a healthy amount if landed and you can win this money by landing five Wild symbols across the reels in the base game.
The symbols in the game do look rather dated and you can tell that this is a re-release of an older slot at first glance. However, as we've mentioned before, this does enhance the feel of the game and is entirely appropriate.
What is nice too is that there are none of the usual playing card low symbols on the reels. Instead you are treated some of the trappings of wealth acting as low symbols, piles of cash, cigars, to the four characters in the game, acting as the high symbols. These characters are:
In addition to being present on the reels as high symbols (offering the higher wins), you can also trigger the bonus game by landing three or more scatter symbols across the reels. The bonus game is a simple pick me game, but there are four games you can play, one for each of the four characters listed above.
You can win up to 225 times your bet in this feature, but it has to be said that it does take a little while in the base game for you to hit the three or more scatters to access the bonus.
The base game itself shows that this is more a medium variance slot. There are occasions when wins come closer together, but generally you tend to hit slightly higher value wins less often than compared to other slots where you win smaller amounts in general but more frequently.
Cashville is not a town you'd like to live without great wealth but as a slot it is enjoyable enough. It plays well on a mobile device but it is hampered by a lack of free spins which leaves it the poor relation compared to other mobile slots from Microgaming.
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