Kanga Cash Slots

Who knew kangaroos were so clever that they can steal all the gold and keep it for themselves. Well in this colorful slots game that has five reels and twenty five paylines, it seems this is the plan of the kangaroos. The player can try out this game before placing real money bets and here he will learn about the different symbols in the game that include the kangaroo, the shack, the loot of gold,an explorers hat, a cute koala and the gold miner himself alongside high scoring letters and numbers of cards that make up the remaining symbols. An auto play function is offered for players that like to play with continuous betting and not have to hit the spin button each time.

The High Paying Wild Kangaroo

The highest paying symbol in this game is the Kangaroo who is also the wild symbol. The kangaroo appears on all the reels and is used to make up a winning payline where relevant. On his own the kangaroo rewards players with handsome payouts of 10000 coins when five appear on the active payline, four of the kangaroo wilds rewards players with 1000 coins, three of the kangaroo wilds rewards players with 100 coins and two of the kangaroos rewards players with 10 coins.

The Gold Panning Feature and the Scatter Payouts

The shack is the scatter symbol that apart from being the trigger for the gold panning feature is also a multiplying symbol when two or more appear on the screen. Five of the scatters reward players with 200x the coin bet, four of the scatters reward players with 20x the coin bet, three of the scatter reward players with 5x the bet placed and even two of the scatters reward players with 1x the bet placed. Three and more of the scatters activates the special gold panning feature where players are taken to a river bed to try and find gold. The more gold nuggets that the player has and the larger the size of the nuggets the greater the cash prize that the player wins. At the end of the gold panning feature the player is taken back to the main page to continue playing the base game and enjoying the cheekiness of the kangaroo.