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This Coils of Cash slot is a striking game from the off, opening up with a bright dance music soundtrack blasting out of the screen.
The look is very different too, and definitely in the steampunk genre stylistically, with Tesla (the original guy, not the terrible current one) like generators with an antenna on them. The game comes with an electrifying extra too, a power coil multiplier that can multiple wins by as much as 625-times prize value. There is also a more standard free spins feature with a multiplier that carries over from the base game and counts up during the round.
Play’n GO are big players in the slots world. The Swedish-founded company has a history going back to 1997 and now has a catalogue of more than 250 games available to UK players. They are big titles too, with Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead at number three in the UK charts, no doubt in large part because of its extraordinary popularity as a free spins giveaway title. After that, the company’s top UK titles are Moon Princess, Legacy of Dead (another of the Rich Wilde series), Rich Wilde and the Amulet of Dead, and Reactoonz.
This game comes with RTP ranges that start from 94.2%. RTP is a theoretical return to the player and it measures the percentage of the money spent on a game that is likely (if players behave in a certain way) to be returned to players over the lifetime of the game. Ranges allow the RTP to be altered to suit market conditions. We don’t like them, because we think they’re going to be used to reduce the amount that is paid out to players. In contrast, a typical RTP these days would be 96%.
The game has a single top reel above a standard set of 5 by 3 symbols that run across the four central reels. There are 2,304 possible winning combinations and the high volatility also comes with a high top prize of 30,000-times stake. And betting gets as high as 100 coins from a start at 0.1 (this should be 10p to £100 on UK sites but always check financials on the site you are using).
There are loads of extras too, and this is a good looking and entertaining title from a well-regarded producer.
But should your plugin?
Let’s have a look!
Load up the game and you’ll see a very familiar standard Play’n GO control panel. The obvious give away is the sliding scale for bet values along the centre of the panel. To the right of that sits the spin control, the bet amount window and an auto spin feature. Auto spins will be outlawed in the UK later this year.
To the left of the panel are a balanced window and an information button. There are more controls and a full summary of your account information in the game frame.
Click on the I button to bring up the paytable and you’ll find:
Card symbols starting from a 9 that pays out 0.1, 0.2, 0.4, and 0.8 for sets of 3 to 6 running up to aces that payout 0.2, 0.4, 0.6 and 1 times stake for sets.
The high paying symbols are retro-futurist.
Power coil multipliers from the main game carry over into the free spins round. Scatters award two new free spins for each one spotted during the free spins round.
The games top prize is a 30,000-times stake, and that will come with multipliers hitting at the top of their range.
This is a great game that we really enjoyed checking out. We are suckers for retro-futurism and for steampunk aesthetics and this game really delivers those nicely, down to some beautiful typography on the font choices – hey, everything’s important in game design! The soundtrack stands out, but maybe doesn’t quite fit the overall theme of the game.
Play’n GO are reliable deliverers of good gameplay and a fair experience.
There’s so much going for this game, it’s a shame to have to include a negative like complaining about RTP ranges. RTP ranges are bad news in our opinion and we hope that they don’t continue to catch on. Far simpler is a single figure that players know and understand.
There are plenty of other similar games if you enjoy the theme of this game, so check out Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine for an even more close-to-the-source take on retro-futurism, the Wild Machine, or Danger High Voltage for a somewhat punk rock take on generators.
We loved this game and we’re sure you will too, but the RTP ranges mean that you should shop around for the best deal if you want to play it.
You have a total of 2,304 possible winning combinations, and the high volatility comes with a 30,000-times-stake top prize.
If you want to play with real money, then you may choose from different casinos found right below the game, as we only offer the demo version on our website.
Aside from its steampunk aesthetic, Coils of Cash is simple to play and understand, even with its intricate bonuses. There's also a fun free spins round that recurs to some extent.
Power coil multipliers carry over to the free spins round from the main game. The Scatters during the free spins round provide two additional free spins for each one found.