Play Cash Bandits
It’s time to turn the tables on one-armed bandits. The nickname for slot machines is tossed out the window as you take center stage and swipe all kinds of loot in Cash Bandits, a fun online slots game that’ll leave you wanting to play forever.
Making nice with the law in the real world is always important. We never condone criminal activity. But who says a good old-fashioned game of cops and robbers has to hurt anyone? In this virtual world, you’ll take on the role of the bandit as you hit store after store during the night in an effort to swipe some loot.
This 25-payline slots game comes with two jackpots, including a major jackpot that resets at $1,000 and a minor jackpot with a $250 reset amount. You’ll also find a super-fun Vault Feature where you could score up to 90 free games with 12x prize multipliers. It all adds up to the most fun you can have without breaking the law.
How to play
Don’t worry about wearing a mask and dark colored clothing. And forget about looking for a crowbar (where do you even get one of those anyway?). All you need to play Cash Bandits is your computer. Start by making your bet and line selections. To do that, use the up and down arrows next to the Bet and Lines buttons. You can bet between a penny and $5 per line. And you can play one line, all 25, or anywhere in between. To lock in your bet, click the Spin button. Then hurry, because the cops are on their way.
When you’re trying to skirt the law, rules don’t necessarily apply. Bandits aren’t exactly known for reading law books, but there are a few rules you need to know about. First and foremost is the maximum top award. It’s set at 30,000x your bet per line. Second, all symbols pay left to right, with the exception of the Cops and Robbers symbol. That’s the scatter symbol and it pays in any direction.
Thinking of employing a betting strategy when you play Cash Bandits? It doesn’t have to be overly complicated. Start by playing all 25 paylines, but keep your bet per line at the minimum. If you win, raise your bet by 2x. If you lose, lower it (obviously, if you hit the bottom level of the bet, you won’t be able to bet less, so feel free to stop right there). We recommend testing out this strategy on our free games first.
Cash Bandits is a 25-variable payline game. That means you can play anywhere from one to 25 paylines. You may be tempted to play just one payline if you’re short on funds. While that might be tempting, you’re much better off to lower your bet amount and keep your payline selection set at 25. That way, if symbols show up on a winning payline, you won’t miss out on getting paid out.
Remember the game cops and robbers? If you were born before the invention of iPads, Xboxes, and Playstations, chances are you spent many weekends playing cops and robbers with friends. Perhaps you played the cop. Perhaps you were the robber. Perhaps you switched things up each time you played. No matter what, it was a blast. And while no one wants to grow up to become a robber, it’s always fun pretending. Cash Bandits celebrates that old time fun by bringing the excitement to the small screen.
Scatter Symbol: In Cash Bandit, the scatter symbol is the Cops and Robbers symbol. If you land on 3 or more of them anywhere during a regular game, you’ll get to play The Vault feature game. You’ll see four vaults and a keypad. You need to enter a 1, 2, 3, or 4-digit code to crack the vault. Cracking the right code could net you up to 50 free games with increasing prize multipliers.
Substitute Symbol: he Vault is the substitute symbol in the game. It’s basically a wild symbol and can replace a missing symbol to help you complete a winning combination and get paid out. Please note that the Vault symbol can’t sub in for the Cops and Robbers symbol.
Jackpot: There are two jackpots in Cash Bandit. They both are progressive and pop randomly at the end of a game.
Steve started playing Naughty or Nice at CoolCat at 8:24PM last Wednesday. He was coming off of a previous win, so he bet big from the get go.
Almost immediately, the big bets started paying off. Within the first minute of playing, he won $1,037.50.
Then, he got $812.50, $400, $1,450. All on single spins. A few minutes later, he hit his first Feature and won $1,800 on 12 Free Spins.
He soon triggered his second Feature. Again, 12 Free Games. But this time, he won $64,725.00 across the 12 Spins. Without betting a cent of his own money.
Steve played for some time longer, adding a few more wins before calling it a night. Not bad for a Wednesday night.