Cash of Kingdoms Online Slot

5 Reels
Min / Max Bet
0.01 / 0.10
Release Date
10 October 2018

Join the battle to survive against the forces of evil in the colourful and cartoonish Cash of Kingdoms online video slot released by Microgaming, in collaboration with Slingshot Studios. This fun, medieval fantasy game sports 5 reels, 3 rows and 15 paylines that pay both ways. Free spins are the hero feature, as well as Invading Wilds that come into play during the base game as well as the free spins round to boost your wins up to 250x your stake.

Game Symbols

  • High paying symbols are represented by the 5 main characters; Rogue, Mage, Bombadier, Archer and Knight.
  • Standard symbols include bombs, bow and arrow, books with spells, swords and shields.
  • The Knight is the most valuable symbol, and when 5 of them appear on the reels at the maximum bet you’ll pocket 10x your stake.
  • The Cash of Kingdom’s logo is the wild, performing substitution duties for all symbols bar the treasure chest scatter to assist in winning formations.
  • The wilds appear stacked on reels 2 and 4.

Bonus Features

Invading Wilds

The Invading Wilds bonus is played when a full stack of wilds show up on reels 2 and 4. An adjacent reel can also be turned wild when full stacks of wilds appear on the second and fourth reels respectively.

Free Spins

The Free Spins feature is triggered when 3 treasure chest scatters appear on the reels during the base game, and you will be rewarded with 10 free spins. As mentioned, the Invading Wilds feature kicks in during the free spins bonus too, so you can get stacks of wilds on reels 2 and 4 with an adjacent wild reel where a multiplier of 2x boosts wins. This feature can be re-triggered to award you extra free spins when a scatter pops up.

Our Verdict

Despite its fun and quirky theme, Cash of Kingdoms fails to deliver in the excitement arena and being a low-variance slot relies heavily on smaller wins at a more frequent pace. Max wins can amount to $100 000 / 250x your bet, which is higher than average for a non-progressive game, but while this might make it attractive for low-rollers – it leaves players looking for more features and more sophistication wanting.