Take a trip down under with Kanga Cash. This game is known for its low (but often) payouts and good reviews from the online gambling community.
What do we think about Ainsworth’s Kanga Cash? You’ll just have to keep reading to find out.
Kanga Cash Key Features:
Max Bet: 20
Bonus Rounds: Yes
Min Bet: 1
Ainsworth Slots Online:
Ainsworth has been creating games for the past 3 decades, so, they know a thing or two about what they’re doing.
That being said, they still aren’t a leading innovator in the game development world – and that may be because they are better with designing and creating the physical slot machines.
However, this game has had a number of rave reviews from gamblers, and we think it may be due to the medium volatility.
If you’re a big-better who enjoys massive payouts this game is not going to tickle your fancy.
If you’re not a high-roller but looking to get a little thrill, this may be exactly what you need. You will probably make a few bucks here and there – and they do definitely add up.
Kanga Cash Slot Design:
With Ainsworth being an Australian company, we had high hopes for the design of this outback inspired game. Sadly, we were just feeling like it was missing its wow factor.
The design is clearly trying to place you in the desserts of Oz, with its deep red hues and brilliant sunset – but it just wasn’t enough. We do quite like the fact that you’re joined by familiar animals who are your symbols, but the animation and compelling graphics just aren’t there.
Diving into the symbols, you have a few scary-looking faces including lizards, birds of prey, a Dingo and, of course, your kangaroos.
Beyond the design, we have to mention the soundtrack. There was a ton of potential to go a classic Australian route including a didgeridoo, bullroarer, or even the gum-leafwith. But, we have to say the music is less didgeridoo and more didgeridon’t.
How to Play Kanga Cash Slot:
As always, you’ll need to select your bet and whether or not you’d like to play on autoplay mode. You can play on auto mode for up to 25 spins, but they don’t offer any restrictions where it will stop, so you’ll have to make that decision manually.
You also will notice at the top of your screen boxes that display the words Minor, Major, and Grand bonuses. These jackpots can be granted during your gameplay all thanks to that running kangaroo.
When you land on 6 of the running kangaroo bonus symbols will unlock the bonus round referred to as the Spin and Hold feature.
Your running kangaroo bonus symbols will stick on your reel for a sticky respin feature. You’ll get 3 spins here. Any additional kangaroo symbols will remain stick in place too – boost the chances of some big wins. The bonus round will stop when no more sticky symbols appear for three spins.
Your final winning is based on how many sticky symbols you landed on. These can be anything from 5x your total bet and up to 45x the total bet. If you fill the all of the slots on your reels with sticky symbols, you will collect the Grand Bonus jackpot.
Kanga Cash does have one big win possibility inside, but you are more likely to get stuck in the small payout sections – especially if it takes you a while to unlock the bonus game. The overall look and feel of the game is a bit dated and not as punchy as we would have liked.
However, we do have some mixed feeling about this game – so we highly recommend you try it out yourself and see if its the right fit for you.