We open up proceedings with a nice 5×3 reel layout with players having 20 paylines to work their way through. We’ve got the usual colourful playcards to deal with but in addition to that, there are also a few themed efforts such as the blue fish, the wheel and some other symbols that are pretty important down the road.
The return to player (RTP) percentage always strives to offer up an interesting insight into the financial rewards you may receive from any given slot. The same will be true for some of those who play Captain Cashfall, with the reported RTP here coming in at 94.86%. That’s only slightly below the industry average and with medium volatility, it’s clear to see that walking away with the big bucks is going to be a challenge in this pokie as usual.
You only have to put down $€£0.20 to get started with the minimum stake before riding up to a potentially huge maximum stake of $€£500. From there, we have a progressive jackpot situation that could leave you walking away with some absolutely insane figures.
We feel like we’re right at home on the deck of the fishing boat and while there are certainly some cartoon elements to this, we still enjoy the ambience and overall atmosphere.
The wild symbol to watch out for is the can of tuna with the captain, dog and fishwife all being of scatter/bonus related importance too. Plus, if you land a wild on the 3rd reel, it’ll expand to all of the positions.
Fishwife Free Spins – this will be triggered by landing three, four or five of the fishwife scatters in view to award you 10, 20 or 30 free spins. The middle position on the 2nd and 4th reels are also locked wilds.
Sea Dog’s Super Slot – if you land three of the dog scatters on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th reels this will be triggered. From here you pick one of the symbols to decide whether you get three, five or 10 free spins, with a three-reel layout in which you only get different coloured dogs to land on.
Lobster Pot Shot & Progressive Jackpot – land three of the captain scatter symbols on the 1st, 3rd or 5th reels to trigger this. Then, keep kicking the chest to reveal red, yellow or blue lobsters, with either a cash prize or ‘Stop’ popping out – with the latter ending the game. In this feature, the progressive jackpots are well and truly on the table.