Cash Vandal – Cash Vandal is based on a fun graffiti notion, but it falls short of the aesthetic that should have been implied. However, if you can get over it, the extreme volatility and great return on investment (96.47 percent) may entice you to play.
Cash Vandal RTP 96.47%
|Slot function||Slot description|
|Slot Provider:||Play’n GO|
|Slot date created:|
|Cash Vandal themes:||Fruits, 4-Reels|
|Available on:||Mobile, Desktop|
Cash Vandal is being reviewed.
Theme and plot of the story
Cash Vandal, a documentary that capitalizes on the cultural cache and mystique of well-known graffiti artists such as Banksy, takes you on a whistle-stop tour of some of Europe’s most fashionable cities, including London, Paris, and Berlin. Shaking up your paint cans and splashing down the sides of public transportation vehicles, gentrified neighborhoods, and corporate buildings are all good ways to start the day.
Because many of the symbols are fruits or emblems of riches such as diamonds and gold bars, the theme is kept together relatively loosely; yet, the environment is portrayed vividly enough that these incongruities do not disturb the player too much.
Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.
Cash Vandal’s visuals are quite poor, especially considering that it is a Play’N Go slot. As an example, you would anticipate a slot game based on street art to have a greater pixel count on its reels. Similarly, when the whole game is based on worldwide locales, the backdrops are given very little individuality, which is disappointing.
The soundtrack is a dead fashionable tune that plays in the background innocuously, maintaining the appropriate tone for the game without disturbing or bothering the player.
It is a four-reel slot with three rows and 10 paylines in its default game configuration. While the respin option may provide an exciting change of pace, the overall gameplay of the game is a touch lacking in the excitement category.
Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.
The Wild symbol may be used to replace any other symbol with the exception of the Spray Can and Golden Can emblems.
The Golden Can is the key to the bonus system, and it appears on the fourth reel of the game. If you hit a Golden Can when there are no other Spray Cans in the game, you will get a re-spin, giving you another opportunity to capture a Spray Can.
In the event that you land a Golden Can and one or more Spray Cans on a single spin or re-spin, you will be awarded with one of many bonuses.
The Free Spin function will be activated if a Golden Can is combined with two or more Spray Cans. Two Spray Cans will result in five spins, while three Spray Cans will result in 10 spins. Wilds are piled on reel four, and you may pick which City Feature will be active on each spin by clicking on the button.
If you land only one Spray Can with your Golden Can while using the current City Feature, you will get one free spin with the feature. Once a city feature has been completed, you will go to the next city. The first City Feature in the game is usually Paris, which is always the first City in the game.
During the Paris feature, reels one and two are combined into a single reel that is filled with two-by-two symbols; during the Berlin feature, two or three wild symbols are randomly added to reels one to three; and during the London feature, up to nine identical symbols are randomly added anywhere on reels one to three (the symbol is chosen randomly every spin).
Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance
Cash Vandal has a return to player of 96.47 percent, which is somewhat higher than the average return to player of 96 percent that we use as a benchmark. When combined with Cash Vandal’s extreme volatility, this results in a game that is an excellent fit for our chosen methods.
The wager amounts on the site we tested began at $/£/€0.10 and went up to a maximum of $/£/€100.00 per spin, with the minimum bet size being $0. The majority of people’s preferred bet sizes will fall somewhere inside that range.
Cash Vandal appears excellent behind the hood, with a respectable return to player and significant volatility. On the other side, the aesthetics aren’t outstanding, the music is irritating and the gameplay not that entertaining.
To summarize: the film is an acquired taste that is neither horrible nor particularly good, yet it is not to everyone’s liking.