It’s time to fuel up with Play’n GO’s latest release that combines four games into one and has a win potential that is twice that of what you would expect from this supplier of high-quality gaming content.
Cash Pump is an extremely volatile slot with four individual 3×3 grid slots, where you can try and match three symbols across any one of the 20 paylines on all four grids to win.
The Växjö-headquartered software provider’s second release this month incorporates a few unique features. The first is an extra spins round which features unlimited win multipliers and retriggers. The second is stacked wilds which are able to duplicate and spread across each of the four grids while additionally activating a random multiplier of up to 4x.
Based on an American theme, the video slot has a retro feel to it that is reminiscent of Route 66 and the cross country road trips made popular in the 50s.
With the end of the year fast approaching, the Swedish slots innovator is on a mission to hit the new year hard, maintaining an intense production rate with up to four scheduled releases per month.
Words from the CEO:
Chief Executive Officer for Play’n Go, Johan Tornqvist said in the official press release…
“We promised 40 games into the market this year, but we were never going to compromise on quality. It would be easy to sit back, relax and release any old title now that the year is ending, but that’s not how we operate.
Cash Pump is another brand new experience we are bringing into the market, and another exciting example of our dedication to bringing variety to our customers and their players, something we will always endeavor to do.”
More slots and Paddy Power deal:
On October 10, the Swedish supplier released the jungle-themed title, Rainforest Magic, into the market, after having just two weeks prior launched, Demon, based on the English rock band of the same name.
More recently, the slots specialist announced that it had entered into an integration agreement with major UK bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair. The latter completed its rebrand as Flutter Entertainment in late May, after shareholders overwhelmingly backed the name change at the group’s Annual General Meeting earlier that month.