Play'n GO Releases 'Cats & Cash' Slot

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Internet betting group Play'n GO has announced that they've released their newest video slot 'Cats & Cash', which sees players taking part in a game show hosted by cats and trying to take home the show's top prize.

The slot is a 5 reel, 15 payline video slot that includes a bunch of different cat show contestants, money, jewelry, gold bars, gift box, game wheel, goldfish, and a cat television host. Features include wilds, scatters, free spins, and a wheel of fortune bonus round, wherein you spin a wheel and get cash prizes. There is also a Pick a Gift Bonus Round, wherein you select from a box to get an additional prize.

The company says that the posted RTP for the game is 96.07% and can be played on desktop and mobile devices. The slot is available now at casinos offering Play'n GO's gaming library.

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27 June 2018 - 4:02pm
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This new games is not interesting for me. It feels like an old video slot game of Microgaming.
The graphics and sounds are not good. But, the line wins are good.

I doubt if this game will be popular.

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27 June 2018 - 6:02pm
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Yeah it doesn't look too good to me too but when we have in mind the quality of Play'n GO latest releases we could expect to be at east a decent game in playing terms despite the vision and sound which coolsongs mentioned not being of highest quality.