Star Cash Slot Review
The strongest fiat currency in the world is not the British Pound, or the Euro, or even the U.S Dollar. Most people would consider it to be one of these three, but alas, they’d be wrong. In fact, the strongest currency is the Kuwait Dinar - this tiny, oil-rich country has pipped all of the other major, super-currencies to the post. Shocked? Then you’re probably from the U.S, U.K or Europe - the rest of us couldn’t care less, so grow up.
Star Cash is a 5-reel, 10-payline video slot powered by software from GameArt. This one’s all about money, so expect various currencies’ symbols on the board. We’re not just talking fiat currency either; even Bitcoin makes an appearance. Other symbols include dollar signs, pound signs, euro signs, Chinese Yuan, lucky 7s, and gold bars. The Wild is represented by a currency compass, which contains all of the currencies that make up the basic symbols.
If you’ve never played slots before, don’t worry I’m here to help. If you have, or you’re an expert, I’d skip this paragraph because we’re going to go through the games’ controls. From left to right you can find Settings, Paytable (which shows how much the symbols are worth), Bet Per Line (from 0.10 to 1), Auto Play (which will spin the reels for you), Spin, Balance, Total Bet, and Win Display.
So, what features can you expect from Star Cash? Well, just in case you forgot that this game is themed around money, there’s a nice gamble feature to remind you. Gamble: To increase your winnings, you can click on the ‘gamble’ button, triggered after a winning round. All you have to do is guess whether the face-down card is black or red. Guess right, and you’ll double your winnings, but get it wrong, and you’ll be sent back to the base game empty-handed.
There’s only one unique feature in this game, and it’s the Wild Feature. Acts as a substitute for all symbols and can only land on reels 2, 3, and 4. Upon landing, the Wild expands over the entire reel and triggers a partial respin. The reels with the Wild symbols will be held, while the other reels will be re-spun once again. The maximum number of respins in one go is 3.
Look, GameArt knows how to make solid slots - nobody can deny that. The graphics are good, although admittedly kind of goofy, the soundtrack is suitable for the theme, and it’s available on any device.
Overall, Star Cash is a solid offering from GameArt. It’s not going to win any awards, but it gets its job done well. If you’re looking for a great game without too many bells and whistles, then this might be the one for you.