Double Cash slot review

By Fugaso

Double Cash Slot

Double Cash Basic info

Game provider Fugaso

Release Date 2/2017

RTP 95.73%

Game Technology HTML5

Popularity Low

Min bet $0.25

Max bet $25

Max Win bet x 875800

Gamble Feature Number of jackpots, Jackpot, Expanding reels, Wilds, Max. lines

Layout 5x3

Devices Support all devices

Configurable Winlines No

Volatility High

Progressive Jackpot Yes

I’ve wondered how it might feel to walk inside a major bank vault as if walking inside my own home. I don’t think this idea is sheer vanity, just curiosity. We’ve all probably seen enough bank vaults in movies so that we know how they appear on the inside, but the feeling is something that escapes most people.

I don’t know if playing Double Cash may bring me any nearer to a bank vault, but winning any amount that is close to its maximum payout potential of 270,000 coins may certainly release an overwhelming amount of dopamine and other fine brain juices.

In addition to the payout potential above, that players can win in a nutty string of winning outcomes, Double Cash also comes with three progressive jackpots. This is one of those games that are interlinked in the Fugaso network of jackpot slots, so that some of these games may be loaded with a huge cash prize.

For me, Double Cash sets the premise and the mood for playing at the very start. This is because the only extra feature in the game is part of every spin and in fact, it is what gives the game its name. The other notable detail is the payout system that consists of 243 ways to win, which makes for winning outcomes to occur on adjacent reels.

Theme and Graphics

The theme and the look and feel that it succeeds in building up are unmistakably all about raw cash. The sides of the reel set are flanked by bags stuffed with green notes and the paytable has nothing but cash, gold, diamonds and the symbols that represent the world’s major currencies.

In terms of graphic design, I find Double Cash to be spotless. The reels spin smoothly like a well-oiled revolving door that brings you inside a major bank on High Street. And if you care about immersing yourself in the game’s total ambience, play with the music on. That light jazz theme reminds me of 1980’s movies about heisting banks and I used to swear by those, until Ocean’s Eleven came out.


  • Besides the Wild symbol, which substitutes for all other symbols, Double Cash has just one extra feature. I gave a hint just above that the title hints at the feature, which is hard to miss. Basically, every spin made on Double Cash can result in two or more reels getting linked together and returning the same set of symbols.
  • The feature is especially beneficial when the twin reels include a wild symbol, which makes that symbol double, and they’ve posted on the first two reels. It doesn’t take knowing a lot of calculus to figure out that two identical reels at the front that include wild symbols mean higher chances for a winning outcome.
  • Double Cash doesn’t stop there with the kickbacks. Sometimes the adjacent twin reels may ‘infect’ other reels to become identical and there is no limit there, which means all five can turn up the same set of symbols.

The game doesn’t have a free spins bonus which is perfectly fine by me. The fact that double reels post on every single spin is good enough to create notable outcomes.

Bets and Payouts

The layout of three rows and five reels has 243 ways to win and bets have a fixed amount of a 25x multiplier to the coin value. Players can roll with 25p per spin and increasing the coin value increases the total bet by 25p.

I am fully aware that this is a progressive jackpot game and that the extra feature is just mint, but I’ve had a hard time settling with the payout schedule. My enthusiasm for any game that is overall good to play deflates when I see that not just one, but three or more high-paying symbols pay less than the amount of the bet for three of a kind.

That’s the case of Double Cash. The diamond, gold bars and safe symbols pay 0.4x and 0.6x your bet. The fourth symbol in terms of value, low to high, pays 1.2x the most valuable symbol, the pile of cash, pays 2x your bet.

Players need to get ready for a lot of payouts involving three of a kind consisting of both low-paying currency symbols and the high-paying symbols. The possibility for big wins is there, but you’d need to see winning outcomes of four or five matching cash and luxury symbols.


All of the above sounds like a classic progressive jackpot slot. Such games are traditionally not inclined to being generous, but take that with a pinch of salt regarding Double Cash.

Those who decide to call the game their favourite for some time may quickly enough find that two high-paying symbols on the first or middle reels are a great start towards a high payout.

Also, keep in mind that the progressive jackpot has an RTP as low as 91.28%. I played the game for a while, thoroughly enjoyed it, but I still think that it takes extreme perseverance to see a really big win shake out from the 243 ways to win.

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda

Slot Games Analyst

Leticia Miranda is a former gambling reporter who knows everything about slot games and is happy to share her knowledge. She has covered a broad swath of topics and trends on gambling and is always full of new ideas and energy. Leticia also has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and is passionate about writing.