Play’n GO Unveils New Cash Pump Online Slot
Play’n GO has released what must be its most volatile slot to date. The leading casino games developer’s new Cash Pump not only presents players with a total of four games rolled into one, but the super-powered slot also presents players with twice as many opportunities to win that what is generally the case with a typical high-quality online slot.
The basic set-up of Cash Pump consists of four 3×3 reel grids, all operating independently from one another on the screen. The only exception to the basic individual functionality is that players are able to register winning combinations across all four of the grids and 20 paylines. Three or more matching symbols adjacent to one another and appearing on a payline from left to right, qualifies for a win.
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Celebrating American History
The Swedish developer has created the game to follow the theme of true American culture, of which the legendary Route 66 and cross-country road trips made famous in the US of the 1950s played a significant role.
Cash Pump features all of the usual online slot suspects, including a superb free spins round where additional free spins may be triggered indefinitely as well as a super stacked wilds feature that includes an incredible 4x multiplier.
The slot is all about powered up and high-speed action and is the perfect companion to any player not interested in Mickey Mouse wins. The volatile nature of the game makes for regular big wins to fall and players fond of this style of play will without a doubt find Cash Pump to be irresistible entertainment value and a thousand thrills a minute.
The Race Against Time
Play’n GO is in the meantime roaring full speed towards end of year on the development front. But says CEO Johan Tornqvist, despite the fact that the corporation had promised the market 40 official slot releases this year, Play’n GO isn’t planning on compromising on quality in order to reach volume targets.
Releasing “any old title” purely in an attempt to et the numbers up is “just not how we operate” said Tornqvist during a recent interview. But whatever the developer chooses to do and however it approaches the final stretch of 2019, operators and players alike are confident that the best is yet to come, and that this will be true heading into 2020 too.
Recent releases unleashed into the global games market include the English Rock band-inspired Demon and also the already popular Rainforest Magic.