What better theme for a game where money is at stake than money? With the simple idea in mind, Endorphina provided us with Cash Tank, a 5 reel slot, with 3 rows and 10 ways to land a win. It seems and sounds basic, but the features and the payouts they result in, prove otherwise. For a not so volatile game, it does have quite a bit to offer and sounds very promising.
Slot games are played for money to be won and the providers made a great decision with making the design of the game, revolve around money as well. The purpose of the game is right there in front of the player's eyes. It raises the player's excitement and thrill in the rush for money.
The background is very simple with green as the dominant color. It is filled with paper bills and is a satisfying sight for every player. The reels do not stand out much aside from the gold and red frame around them. The soundtrack has no music but only a few sound effects when the player spins the reels or a winning combination occurs. After all, the focus has to be on the money.
The symbols are the most interesting part of the design and include four different colored precious stones instead of the regular royals, with the blue one as the least and the purple one as the most rewarding one. Then there are gold cards, money stacks, bags with gold, and a dollar sign as the highest paying symbol. As the name says it, a golden money tank represents the wild symbol.
The game is a low to medium volatility one, so the players that enjoy a faster and more unpredictable game will not be that impressed. The minimum a player can bet is 0,01 and the maximum is 100 coins per spin. The game has an average 96% RTP, which is quite good considering the volatility. The payouts are not as frequent but definitely more frequent than expected. They are also worth a little wait and can go up to 1000 times the take in a single spin.
A game with a simple design could have used a few more features, but it is fine with what it has. The only special symbol of the game is the golden tank. It does its job of replacing all other symbols but also expands to fill the reel it lands on and turns it wild.
This triggers a re-spin with the wild reel getting locked in place to hopefully create a great winning combination or land another wild since that will trigger another re-spin. The number of consecutive re-spins can go up to 3.
The game also has the classic Gamble feature where the player gets to choose one out of four cards that are facing down. The key is to beat the dealer's card, double the wins and move on. Once the dealer's card beats the players, the player returns to the main game with nothing.
The game delivers as promised and is definitely something for the players that like a steady game with a good possibility of actually scoring a decent win. Every aspect of the game is simple. From the design to the features, there is nothing that will stand out as much. Well, maybe just the payouts since they excide expectations considering the volatility of the game.