After landing those three U-SPINs as described above, a voice heartily exhorts the player to “Get realy to spin the wheel!” as the game takes him/her to the familiar “Wheel of Fortune”-type wheel display? Incidentally, when exactly did the multi-colored, cash prize-laden “Wheel of Fortune” wheel become the default model for all such wheels in games of chance? Pat Sajak’s contribution to world culture is small, then, but so key.
And should the player lose him-/nerself in reveries about Sajak and Vanna White’s gameshow, that voice again cries out again: “Get ready to spin the wheel”
Spinning said wheel is pretty much what you’d expect. Click, wait for the vitual wheel to slow to a stop, and collect hundreds to thousands of coins and/or free spins. Nice. And it’s all cash, no prizes.
When the wheel and/or reel spinning is complete, the “coins” clickety-clack into the winnings, and that ever-so-polite (if still disconcertingly strident and hyper) voice says “Thanks for playing!”
Well, you’re welcome.
Are there any other bonus rounds?
Sure! Land three of the cash bag symbols on an active payline in Cash Spin, and you’ll enter the – get this – Cash Bag Bonus Round. Simply choose one of three money bags presented and you’ll cash in for a serious prize of at very least 4x the total wager.
How many paylines does the Cash Spin slot have?
Cash Spin is a “243 Ways to Win” slot machine game, meaning that the minimum requirement for a win is to line up three like symbols in the left-most of the five reels for a winning combination. Excepting the U-Spin bonus feature symbol, that is. The player pays for 40 paylines at 1¢ to $16 per payline, so 40¢ to $640 per spin to cover all paylines – and you always want to cover all paylines. Alternatively, you may play the Cash Spin slot game right here at Casino Canada for free.
Could you have said “payline” more frequently in the previous sentence and gotten away with it? Probably not.