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Tin Can Cash
Tin Can Cash
Looks like it´s time to get the tinnies out, Wombat fans!
Slot games that hit the market and become very popular in a short amount of time are often remastered into different versions of themselves. In these cases, you can typically tell what game they have spung from. The Tin Can Cash slot has been developed from an old release from Inspired Gaming known as Big Bonus.
Both of these games are popular and have a great fan base. The new game is straightforward, and easy to play much like the 5 Star Knockout slot and other classic games.
Look and Feel
Spinning reels is good entertainment, as it is in many slot games, and the bright colours in this game make iteasy on the eye and give it a cartoon style. The base game runs smoothly, and the game’s theme is a fairground.
The symbols are all related with different symbols such as a purple teddy a bear prize, a juicy hot dog, a target practice duck and some ice cream cones, to name a few.
Looking at the pay-table in more detail, you will see a good range of symbols in the game, starting with the lower-paying ones that are your standard card symbols of J, Q, K and A and moving onto the teddy bear, hot dog, duck and ice cream, a bumper car and some balloons.
The game has a Wild symbol which is a baseball with the word ‘WILD’ on its surface, which can take the place of any symbol in a combination apart from the scatter symbol in the base game.
The Wild also serves an key purpose during the bonus rounds, but more on that later!
The scatter symbol, used to trigger the bonus round, is represented by the game’s crazy Tin Can character.
Tin Can Cash Gameplay
Tin Can Cash is played on a standard five by three reel set, with 20 paylines and a max base game payout of 500x your stake. Half the lines of the Great Albini 2 slot in other words – a pretty standard configuration.
The maximum payout of the entire game is 250,000.00, which can be won during the bonus round if you get lucky.
The slot is easy to understand in both the base game and the bonus round, with your one main task being to press the spin button on the reels and wait for them to finish spinning. Simple enough, right?
Let´s take a look at the game’s bonus round. The idea behind this bonus round was developed from the older Big Bonus slot by the same developers, and in this game, we call it the Tin Can Removal Multiplier. Essentially, the bonus round can go on indefinitely as long as you meet specific criteria on a spin.
During the bonus rounds, you will see a multiplier on the right-hand side of the reels. This will start at 1x. As you spin the reels, Tin Cans will appear above one of the five-reel columns, and these tin cans will stay there unless you land a Wild symbol on the reel below them.
When landing a Wild symbol on the reel that a Tin Can is guarding, you will knock the tin can off and see +1x added to your multiplier. The bonus round runs until all 5 of the reels are topped with a tin can. You could see a very nice multiplier on your spins if you manage to land consistent Wild symbols and keep knocking the tin cans down.
Of course, the maximum win in this game is 250,000.00, so that puts an upper limit to the proceedings. The fact that the bonus round can go on and on if your luck does not run out is a big draw for players all playing for the big multiples. And why not?
The Tin Can Cash slot game, although it is a remastered version of an older title, is a solid game from Inspired, and the bonus round adds spice to the whole game mechanic. It makes sense why the bonus round is so popular with players, as it can prove very generous if you manage to get a good run going landing Wild symbols during your spins.
Within the base game, the 500x maximum payout is generous, and you could get some nice wins from this on a good run. Of course, you should never bet more than you can afford to lose. Keep it fun and go for the big multipliers.