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There’s something so enticing about gold, be that the colour or the currency, as a people we can’t get enough of it. The more we have, the better about ourselves we tend to feel, for good or ill. If you have a secret love for gold that goes beyond merely thinking about it, you’re in luck as Fugaso have created Double Cash, a slot all about its wonders.

Presented in a typical 3x5 matrix, this real cash slot appears to have the hallmarks of a traditional slot machine. There are 5 reels and different levels of betting to try out. However, the one element that’s notably different is that there’s no winlines as such, but ways to play instead. In truth, they’re still lines on which you win, but many are crammed into the one space, normally allowing for more regular victories.

Alongside the ways to win, you also have a unique feature exclusive to the game, that should prove helpful in making those combos land right every time; it’s called the Twin Reels Feature. We’ve never come across it before, nor have we seen anything similar, so colour us impressed before we even get properly started.

Locked up

The game starts by opening the vault doors and allowing you access to all that gold, which we feel is a bit foolhardy of the brand – do they not realise the level of temptation you’re now facing? No matter, you’re inside the system now, and so you’ll have to get used to seeing lots of euro signs and money sprawled about everywhere.

Taking a critical approach to the appearance of the matrix, we can say that there’s a theme hidden away somewhere, but one that’s not been truly realised. The basis is simply that money is golden, and that’s just what Fugaso has run with. As a result, you get a lacklustre finish that is hardly pleasing on the eyes, nor does it encourage you to carry on playing. If you compare this title to Trump It, one of the brand’s newer slots, you’ll see what we mean when we say lacklustre; nothing is going on with this interface. It’s stagnate and unmoving.

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Two Peas in a Pod

Let’s get back to that twinning feature shall we, because that’s an unusual one to come across, and one that needs to be properly explained. Usually when you play a slot machine, each set of reels will land a different set of images each time, with the exceptions being when some symbols match. But rarely do all the symbols match, well, with Twin Reels they do. Only two initially twin up, but there are opportunities for the feature to expand out and cover every inch of the grid. We never experienced that for ourselves, but the brand assures us it can happen, and so we have to assume they’re telling the truth.

We have to say that, while the feature sounds promising, we didn’t find it made wins any more common or more rewarding. It perhaps helped us along a little bit, but our luck was about the same here as it is in any other slot machine, and so the feature doesn’t seem to improve the gameplay that much.

Pauper

Seeing as there’s a betting level and coin values to play around with before you spin, we suspected that the level of your wager would impact on the paytable figures, but we were wrong. It doesn’t appear to matter what you put down, as the end results will always be the same, with the highest paying tile only worth 1,000 credits. Even though that sounds like a lot of money, there are many slots out there that offer twice as much for their top base payment.

For saying this is a slot machine all about wealth and the high life, nothing luxurious happens to be lurking inside the matrix: there’s no variance, no depth of payments, and no alluring aesthetic. We have to ask if Fugaso only developed this game to put another one of their activities out into the market, as it doesn’t seem to serve any other purpose.

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If you’re looking to savour a speedy playthrough, or you just want to pass the time without seriously committing, this is probably going to be a wise slot to choose. There’s no depth, and no possible means of becoming engrossed in the gameplay. That being said, as a general rule we tend to rule those features as negatives rather than positives because it means the game doesn’t hold interest for prolonged periods.

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