Have you ever dreamed of being a secret agent? You have to admit it'd be pretty cool. You could fly around the world, be promiscuous, jump out of air-planes, and do all sorts of cool (and borderline illegal) stuff. Game developer Play'n Go is letting us regular Joes get the chance to put on a tuxedo and commit espionage in their Mission Cash slot, which is actually a pretty cool game.
Mission Cash is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot that's set inside a secret headquarters within London. The background has a slew of different screens and gizmos to help Her Majesty spy on nogoodniks from around the globe. The game's icons are a combination of different card suit icons (spade, heart, club, diamond) as well as different agents. The agents are a purple woman who looks like Carmen Sandiego, a red female agent with a gun, a green dork who runs the tech, and a James Bond-esque agent with his gun.
On every spin there is a target reticule that travels around the reels, looking for icons that also have a set of crosshairs on them. If they land on each other, the symbol expands to become a wild the fills the reel, which can generate some big wins. There's a scatter symbol which is a gun, and if the reticule lands on the gun, a free spins bonus round is triggered with eight free spins. You get re-spins during this round when you get the expanding agent wild, which extends the spins further. Even better, you can re-trigger the free spins by landing on the gun with the reticule again.
The layout of the game and the feature set give Mission Cash a default return to player percentage (RTP) of 96.7%, which is pretty good for an online slot. Like all Play'n Go games, the developer allows casinos to run lower RTP versions of the game, with the lowest being an abysmal 84.6%. So always check the RTP using the in-game help before playing any of their games for real money.
Mission Cash is playable on both desktop and mobile devices, and the game plays equally well on both. I like the mobile version, as I think it looks even better on the smaller screen. This game is a ton of fun, and it stands as one of the better Play'n Go titles that I've come across recently. Give it a go if you want to try your luck at being a secret agent.