Join a dashing knight and a bearded bombardier on a quest for mediaeval treasure in Cash of Kingdoms. Created by Microgaming, this cartoon adventure is played using a 5 reel, 15 payline game engine and comes with stacked Invading Wilds that can spread to adjoining reels as well as a free spins round where you could end up with a 2x multiplier boost. Play on all devices from between 15p and £435 per spin.
The design in Cash of Kingdoms is nicely done and there’s a strong mediaeval feel throughout. Symbols include sacks of treasure, barrels of gunpowder, bows and arrows, books of spells and swords and shields. More rewarding are the magical Mage, the crafty Rogue, the Archer and the bearded Bombardier. The best of the standard symbols is the dashing Knight.
The Cash of Kingdoms logo is the wild. It can land on reels 2, 3 and 4 only. There are 2 extras on offer in this mediaeval adventure.
Invading Wilds feature – the wilds can land in stacked formation. Land full stacks on reels 2 or 4 and you’ll trigger the Invading Wilds feature. The stacked wilds spreads to turn an adjoining reel wild. If you hit stacked wilds on both reels 2 and 4 on the same spin, then it’s reel 3 that becomes wild. This created a massive central block and can lead to some cracking opportunities.
Free Spins feature – the second extra is a classic free spins round. Landing 3 scatters on the same spin awards 10 free spins. Again, the Invading Wilds feature comes into play. This time if you land them on reels 2 and 4 on the same spin, you’ll get a 2x multiplier boost as well as the all-important reel 3 wild. Every time a scatter lands during the feature 1 extra free spin is added to your total.
If you like the high risk but potential high rewards on offer from super high variance video slots, then Cash of Kingdoms probably won’t be for you. The volatility here is low so expect plenty of play for your investment – you can win just 230 times your bet on each free spin!
If you like good design, a classic back story and some decent extras then Cash of Kingdoms is certainly worth your attention though. I prefer more volatile offerings like Thunderstruck II or Exotic Cats (from Microgaming).