Free Coral Cash slot
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You can't beat a bit of tropical slots action online. Whether it's the hugely popular underwater-themed Mermaid's Millions from Microgaming, Dolphins Pearl from Novomatic or Betsoft Gaming's Under the Sea, which would make James Cameron weep, there are a lot of in-depth (excuse the pun) games out there set underwater. An online journey to tropical climes, Coral Cash from Amaya, unfortunately isn't one of them.
The slot is OK to look at when you load it up but it is a little sloppy in places, and with only 9 pay-lines the game probably won't keep the hardcore online slots fans among you occupied for long. That is with no disrespect to the non-hardcore fans of course!
Meet the Hawaiian Girl and Win up to 8,000 Coins
Set in a tropical paradise of shimmering coral caves, everything you see on the five reels is as you'd expect from a slot of this nature.
On the five reels the Hawaiian girl Wild substitutes for all regular symbols other than the Scatters. She also pays out a nice 8,000-coin jackpot if you hit five on the reels.
The Other Symbols
Elsewhere there's a tropical fish - paying 2,000 coins - and a dolphin, plus snorkel and flippers, a seahorse, clam, shell, scallop and starfish. The Scatter pay is the coral reef.
Earn up to 15 Free Spins with a 3x Multiplier
If you land the girl on Reel 1 and the Coral scatter lands on Reel 5 you will trigger the free spins round with 15 spins awarded. All free spin wins are trebled.
There's a Random Rapid Fire Jackpot!
A Rapid Fire Jackpot awards at random on any spin. As always with jackpots like this, the more you bet you higher your chance of winning.
Coral Cash is certainly on the simpler side of slots online. The graphics are OK, if a little scrappy, and there are some reasonable animated sequences when you land a winning combo. Only 9 paylines means you won't be hitting many big wins regularly but 15 free spins and a 3x multiplier in the bonus round is not to be sniffed at. Try Playtech's Great Blue if you are a fan of under water slots, its streaky, but very good.