New Game of the Week: Cash Vandal

Play’n GO is a game developer that puts a new spin on traditional online games. The company has been at the forefront of game technology since the 1990s, having been the first to offer online games for mobile devices. While Play’n GO has developed everything from scratch-ticket games to video poker variations, their developers are best known for innovative and fun online slot games. Enter Cash Vandal.

Play’n GO’s latest release, Cash Vandal, was opened to the online casino public on March 12, and casinos are snapping it up.

Cash Vandal is a play on the traditional fruit slots but with an entirely new spin, so to speak. It is the first 4-reel slot from Play’n GO to use paylines, of which there are 10 fixed. With a 16:9 resolution and all major browsers supported, the game is available for desktop and mobile devices. And it is available in 37 languages for worldwide distribution.

About Cash Vandal

The visuals of Cash Vandal are unique and appealing. Especially to a younger demographic that appreciates street art and the carefree journey of taking a train through Europe.

Cash Vandal players are greeted by a spray paint can tagging a train with the game’s title. A spray-painted train is also the background for the game. However, the game takes players through London, Paris, and Berlin, changing up the scenery and designs as it goes. Reel spins are smooth, as are the graphics that show paylines and wins. And the background music is soothing with a hint of mystery.

Each city offers its own unique features. Paris offers synchronized reels, as the first two reels display 2×2 mega symbols. London boasts of mystery symbols, up to nine of them painted on the three reels. And Berlin offers random wilds, two or three of them painted on any of the three reels. Furthermore, each city mixes street art with famous landmarks to create a one-of-a-kind gaming experience.

All games include new versions of traditional fruit symbols – orange, watermelon, cherry, blueberry, and raspberry. Cash Vandal’s unique symbols are diamonds, gold bars, and wads of cash. And of course, there are the spray paint cans.

The online game offers denominations starting at $0.10 and going up to $100.00, with 20 options in all. Players can win up to 5,000 times the chosen stake. They also have the option of using auto play for up to 500 consecutive spins. The game’s RTP is 96.47%.

How to Play Cash Vandal

Players begin in London, Paris, or Berlin. They then proceed to the next city after finding one golden spray can and one normal spray can in the same spin. The golden spray can on the fourth reel triggers a respin with that fourth reel set as a wild. By hitting that golden can with two regular spray cans, the player wins five free spins. Three regular cans with the golden can garners 10 free spins. And free spins give the player the opportunity to choose a destination: London with mystery symbols, Berlin with random wilds, or Paris with synchronized reels.

One of the highlights of hitting the golden spray can is its ability to spray that fourth reel wild and then spray other symbols based on the city when playing that round.

Wilds can substitute for anything except the scatters. Meanwhile, scatters are multiplied by the total bet and added to the payline wins.

Where to Play Cash Vandal

Play’n GO offers Cash Vandal at numerous online casinos, such as LeoVegas, Play Amo, and SpinLand.

Cash Vandal has been certified for play in the UK, Italy, Sweden, and Denmark thus far, as well as in Colombia. And for those in Colombia, Cash Vandal will be one of the featured games at the FADJA tradeshow happening in Bogota April 10-11, 2019.

Jennifer Newell

Jennifer Newell

Jennifer Newell has been writing about poker and gambling since 2004. From her days in the WPT offices to covering summers of WSOP tournament action, she also followed gambling legislation to Washington D.C. and women-only poker to the Bahamas. Meanwhile, she lived in Los Angeles and Las Vegas for many years before moving back to her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Now, Jen travels less, writing about poker and online gambling from her home with her two dogs watching her every move. In her spare time, she follows politics, works on her never-finished novels, and learns Italian in the hopes of retiring to Italy someday.

If you want to know more, you can follow Jen on Twitter @WriterJen


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