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Cash Splash Review

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Cash Splash is a five-reel, 15-payline pokie from Microgaming that is restrictive in the sense that there is only one level of wager per line, but this game is designed for those who want to get in on the chance to make some major money through progressive jackpot. On that count it delivers.

We don't want to create the mistaken impression that anyone who wants to play Cash Splash has to bet the maximum number of coins. It's just that you have to do that if you want to be eligible for the progressive jackpot. You can activate fewer than the maximum fifteen paylines, and you can still be eligible for a maximum "regular" payout of 6000 coins. Keep in mind that the one and only coin denomination in this game is AU$0.20, so it does indeed become expensive to continue betting the maximum for a shot at that jackpot (AU$3 per spin, in fact).

There are certain "standard" symbols in this game such as the 10,, J, Q, K and A, and the one among those that is most valuable to you is the "A" (or Ace), which will pay 200 for five on a payline. There is a wild symbol in this game, which is the Cash Splash logo, and this is the central icon as far as getting to that progressive jackpot. Here is how it works - as we have mentioned there are fifteen paylines in this game. But not all the paylines are alike. Yes, it is a rare occurrence when you can get five of the Cash Splash logo symbols on one payline, and when you get those symbols on the first through the 14th payline, that is going to give you enough of a payout. But when you are able to get those on the 15th payline, then you will have hit the mother lode. In other words, you have hit the progressive jackpot on this pokie. How high can it get? Well, how high is the moon? Microgaming, which has developed this pokie, has an extensive jackpot "network" in which games of a certain brand over ALL the members of their client basis are included, for purposes of contributing to the progressive "pool." So it is not all contained within the online casino where you are playing the game.

This is not like a whole lot of other pokies. It is not all that elaborate, so if you were looking for an excessive amount of bells and whistles, as they say, you won't be overwhelmed with this game/. Also, when you play at Cash Splash, it is understood that you are generally doing that because you are interested in hitting big jackpots and little else. You are not going to find bonus or free spins on this game, although there is a scatter symbol. When three or more scatters appear on the screen, what happens, rather than send you into a bonus phase, is that it simply pays off a cash prize. We guess you could say that is all part of the "cash splash" too!

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