Liberty Cash Spins slot REVIEW
Liberty Cash Spins ReviewIf you’re going to put out something as patriotic and ‘Americana’ as Liberty Cash Spins, why not aim to release it well in time for 4th of July? Sure, there are probably players who would want to wrap themselves in the American flag all year round, but they might change their tune when they realise that this is merely a copycat of Inspired Gaming’s somewhat successful Vegas Cash Spins.
We are deliberately not using the word “reskin”, as the math model has been altered in a significant, albeit not good, way in Liberty Cash Spins. The RTP has, for whatever reason, been sliced from a decent 95.9 % in the original release, to only 94.6 % here. Members of the Proud Boys will probably prefer this version, but most rational players will go with the more neutrally themed original.
Liberty Cash Spins Slot - Reels Screen
Liberty Cash Spins Features
The american flag wild can land on reels 2, 3 and 4 only (i.e. the 3 middle reels), and it always expands to cover the entire reel whenever it lands. The wild steps in for all regular pay symbols to help you form winning combos, as wilds usually do, and it holds no value of its own.
You need at least 6 Bonus Chance Wheel symbols to trigger the Cash Spins bonus feature. There is another way however, and it triggers if you manage to land a 2x2 square of bonus symbols. These will then merge into a 2x2 sized Bonus Wheel, and this Wheel will then spin to land on either the red or green zone. Land on green, and you will be awarded the additional bonus symbols needed to trigger the feature. Land on red, and nothing happens.
The Cash Spins feature plays out with all triggering Bonus Wheel symbols sticky, and you start with 3 respins. All the remaining positions spin, and each new Bonus Wheel you land also becomes sticky. This resets the respins tally to 3 again, and Chance Wheels merge, if possible, in sizes of 2x2, 3x3 and 5x3.
The feature goes on as long as you don’t run out of respins, or until you’ve managed to fill the grid with a merged 5x3 mega wheel. All the Bonus Wheels then take turns spinning, awarding cash prizes between 1x and 40x, depending on the size of the Bonus Wheel and where the marker stops.
There are also 4 jackpots up for grabs in this feature, and you can win the Mini Jackpot worth 30x your stake from the 2x2 sized Bonus Wheel. The 3x3 sized Wheel contains both the Mini and the Minor jackpot (worth 100x). The 5x3 sized Wheel contains nothing but Jackpot prizes, with one segment each for the Major and Mega jackpots, worth 250x and 1,000x your stake, respectively.
The 200 Spins Liberty Cash Spins Experience
After some initial smaller wins, with plenty of dead spins in between, we trigger the Cash Spins feature around the 1-minute mark. It plays out for about 2 minutes, and you can see for yourself how we fared by hitting the play button below.
We get that Inspired Gaming wants to cash in on the success they’ve had with the predecessor, Vegas Cash Spins, but we fail to see why players would prefer a copycat version where the RTP has been significantly reduced (from 95.9 % in to the original game, to a below-par 94.6 % in this version). Pretty much everything else is the same, except for the oh-so-American 4th of July ‘star spangled banner’ theme.
We almost expected Trump himself to walk in as a ‘big win’ animation, wrapped in the flag while insulting some heckler in the audience. Jokes aside, Liberty Cash Spins is a very mediocre copycat/reskin effort. The original wasn’t all that either, in our opinion at least, but it seems to have gained some traction. Given the above RTP info, the choice seems simple enough. That is, unless you prefer unbridled red, white and blue patriotism to the casino/Vegas theme, of course.
If you love Liberty Cash Spins you should also try:
Vegas Cash Spins - is pretty much the same game, but the Vegas/casino theme is a bit more neutral than the patriotism overload you might get from the game at hand. In addition, you’ll benefit from a decent 95.9 % RTP in this original version, which comes with all the same features.
4th Of July - is a patriotic Holiday-themed release from 888 Gaming, and it revolves around the free spins round. You will also benefit from a high value wild symbol, and famous American landmarks like The White House, Golden Gate Bridge and The Statue of Liberty are found on the reels.
Rocket Man - is a parody slot from Red Tiger, featuring cartoonish caricatures of President Trump and Kim Jong ‘Rocket Man’ Un at war with each other. This is a feature rich and humorous affair, and pretty much a perfect game for those who miss 45’s many antics and escapades.
Liberty Cash Spins Slot FAQsWhat is the RTP of Liberty Cash Spins?
The 94.6 % payout percentage is not only well below average, but it’s also significantly lower than the original game this is a copycat of.
How volatile is Liberty Cash Spins?
The volatility is not disclosed, but our educated guess would be around medium.
What is the biggest win possible?
You can win up to 1,000x your stake from the Cash Spins feature, while 150x your stake is the most you can win from a single spin.
How does the Cash Spins feature work?
Triggered by 6+ Bonus Wheels (or via a merged 2x2 bonus wheel chance feature), it plays out like a streak respins feature with 3 respins. The tally resets per new bonus wheel you land, and merging bonus wheels award bigger potential payouts. A full screen wheel guarantees you 1 of the 4 jackpots.
Is there a free spins mode in Liberty Cash Spins?
No, this game is all about the Hold & Win-style Cash Spins feature described above.
Can I play Liberty Cash Spins slot for free?
Yes, you can try the free Liberty Cash Spins demo game at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first). Up there, you’ll also find casinos that carry this title, something our scan has confirmed.