Sick and tired of same old slots that have a serious, chronic and clinical lack of creativity? Well, if you are, then Cashdrop is just the sort of feeding your slot habits need. Coming from an industry bigwig like OpenBet, Cashdrop has established a firm footing in last 12 months or so, and we can’t think of any reason why it shouldn’t have.
So, let wither your reeling reels, because hexagons rule! But why? And How? Let’s figure it out!
That’s what you will be saying, if you find yourself on the right side of the line while playing Cashdrop. Upon logging in for the very first time, what is going to strike you the first and the foremost is how different the slot looks from almost every other slot.
Sure, much of it has to do with its eccentric gameplay (more about it to follow soon), but you still can’t deny that just taking a long, hard look at Cashdrop is enough to feel all that freshness.
Perhaps the most important part of enjoying Cashdrop is to take some time off to understand it first up.
At its heart, Cashdrop is like any old slot game, but somehow, it still manages to be different. There are 20 paylines to begin with, and that’s where the comparisons should stop for good.
There are no reels to be found here. So, in a very strange way, you will be playing this slot without actually spinning anything. When you hit the activator, the hexagonal symbols will automatically roll about and shuffle in colours to manifest a new-and-true face of the symbolic beehive.
So, to get going, all you have to do is choose your wagers (bracketed between £10 and £200 per spin), distribute them along 20 paylines, sit back and just see the story unfold before your very eyes. Take our word for it – such is the beauty of these dancing and frolicking colours that you would probably never be hitting the STOP button again!
Symbols of Cashdrop live a multi-coloured life that comes packaged in neat hexagons. As mentioned earlier, there are no reels. So, these hexagons will be solely responsible for making or breaking your round.
Basic symbols include classic fruits of slot machines (peaches, plums, grapes, watermelons etc.). More advanced symbols include a golden bell, a BAR-BAR-BAR symbol, a blue Lucky Seven and a glowing red Lucky Seven. All these symbols – except the fruity ones, of course – pay out nice and fine. The red Lucky Seven, in fact, is quick to dish out 1,000 coins for flat-out-five combinations.
But how do you decide when there are no reels?
In Cashdrop-speak, a win is termed as a Reaction. So, once you decide which paylines are going to be active, reactions will be assessed along those paylines with three matching symbols (in the least) or five combination-colours (as specified in the paytable) making an appearance. Once a reaction occurs along any payline, the symbols evaporate off the screen, making space for newer symbols right then and there. If these incoming symbols again lead to a reaction, so much the better!
It does sound a little tricky. But just a few round in, you will be playing like a pro, and hopefully, winning like a pro, as well.
It’s soon going to get hotter if the Golden Seven decides to pay a surprise visit.
Consider this Golden Seven as a jackpot symbol of sorts. Even though it doesn’t pay out in itself, it does lead to some fantastic jackpots that are ALL PROGRESSIVE in nature. Yes, you read that right.
It’s pretty rare to come across progressive jackpots while playing a regular slot. Three, four or five of these Golden Sevens – anywhere in view – will lead to you entering MINI, MIDI or MAXI Progressive Jackpots automatically.
Although the chances of you winning one of these are fairly narrow, having a shot at winning thousands of pounds over and beyond the ones that you would win anyway in the base game is truly a great, warm feeling!
So, don’t think twice. Just take a long shot and see if it’s your lucky day!
Quite predictably, the best part about Cashdrop is its gameplay. Incredibly entertaining gameplay and equally thrilling payouts ensure that you will be playing these hexagons again, sooner rather than later.