Super Cash Drop slot REVIEW
Super Cash Drop ReviewBang Bang Games is another young apprentice under the wings of Yggdrasil’s YGS program, and Super Cash Drop is their third release. The flashy, big money theme will never get old in the world of online slots, for obvious reasons, and it’s quite well developed in this game. The randomly shifting reels are set in a neon lit vault (or is it a game show display?), with stacks of gold coins and banknotes on either side.
You get a reel set that expands and contracts at random times, and all wilds expand to fully cover the reels. The wilds have more tricks up their sleeve too, not least in the premium-symbols-only bonus round. The math model is solid enough, offering a 20,000x potential, and fans of the money theme genre might wanna take a closer look at this one.
Super Cash Drop Slot - Reels Screen
Super Cash Drop Slot Features
The reel set will sometimes move slightly towards the camera/you in the middle of a spin, before moving back in position. This indicates that the grid size is changing, and when the spin stops you’ll see a randomly chosen size between 5x4 and 5x8. This also increases the number of win ways, and you can get anything from 178 to 502, depending on the size of the grid.
The wild symbols are central to the gameplay, and the green Super Stretch Wild expands to fill entire reels when it lands. The fully stacked wild comes with a multiplier value equal to the triggering wilds on the relevant reel. Multiplier values are added together in case more than one stacked multiplier wild is involved in a win.
In addition, you have a golden locked version of the Super Stretch Wilds. These act in the exact same manner as their green siblings, with the one exception that this golden wild becomes sticky for 1 respin. If you land another locked wild, another respin is granted, and this can lead to a full screen of locked multiplier wilds.
You need to land 3 vault door scatters on reels 1, 3 and 5 to trigger the Super Free Spins feature. This awards 10 free spins, and all Super Stretch Wilds become sticky for a respin during the bonus round. In addition, only premium symbols will land during the feature, and you will land wilds more frequently than in the base game. You can retrigger the bonus round with 10 extra spins by landing 3 scatters on the same spin.
The 200 Spins Super Cash Drop Slot Experience
Nothing overly exciting happened for us in the base game, and we trigger the bonus round at 0:53 into the 2-and-a-half minute highlights video. We’re not gonna say too much about how we fared, but instead allow you to discover that for yourself by hitting the play button below.
As far as wealth-themed slots goes, Super Cash Drop is a pretty decent addition to the genre. The randomly changing reel set provides unpredictability, but you’ll usually need stacked multiplier wilds to land anything of significance. The good news is that these land on a semi-regular basis, but as in most volatile games, you can expect the biggest payouts to come in the bonus round.
A 20,000x potential is certainly enough to make anyone feel wealthy for a while, and it was apparently cracked 44 times in 1 billion spins during testing, which is decent. You’re gonna need several solid wild multipliers with expanded reels to get anywhere close to this number however, and casual punters should probably stay away from a high risk/reward installment like this.
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Super Cash Drop Slot FAQs
What is the RTP of Super Cash Drop?
The 96.6 % Return to Player is a bit above the industry average.
How volatile is Super Cash Drop?
This is a highly volatile game, and you can expect longer grinding sessions with measly to mediocre returns between bonus round triggers.
What is the biggest win possible?
You can win up to 20,000x your stake in the bonus round, and this happened 44 times in 1 billion spins during testing.
How does the Super Reel Expand feature work?
The reels expand and contract at random times, transforming the grid to anywhere between 5x4 and 5x8 setups. The number of win ways varies accordingly, between 178 and 502.
How about the Super Stretch Wild features?
There is a green and a golden wild, and both clone themselves to fill the whole reel when they land. A multiplier equal to the number of triggering wilds is activated also, and the golden wild becomes sticky for 1 respin.
Is there a free spins mode in Super Cash Drop?
Yes, the Super Free Spins feature comes with 10 spins, and the Super Stretch Wilds are always sticky for a respin when they land in the bonus round. In addition, you will not land any low-value symbols during the feature.
Can I play Super Cash Drop Slot for free?
Yes, you can always test the free Super Cash Drop demo game at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first). You’ll find casinos to play at up there as well, and our scan has confirmed that they carry this title.