Phantom Cash slot seems to follow a recipe that has been often chosen by creators of slot machines, putting one theme and adding the word cash next to it, or something else that will suggest wealth. The actual theme has more to do with ghosts than it does with money though. It appears to be a haunted mansion type of game, with a couple of human characters that capture ghosts, with four spirits roaming the reels and with the usual set of poker cards. You will find some unusual features inside, a Ghost Meter collecting the ghosts, along with scatters and wilds which can help you out. You get a 5 reel title, with a total of 25 pay lines and its jackpot of $6,250.
Betting and Prizes
You’re working with 25 lines, nothing to change there, so the minimum bet will have to start from $0.25, using the minimum coin value of $0.01. From there, the only way to go is up, and you can increase the coin value and the number of coins alike. You can take the denomination to $0.25, and you can use 20 coins per line, so the line bet gets to $5. The total bet can go to $125.
Phantom Cash has for you a total prize of $6,250, meaning that there are 25,000 coins with your name on it, obtained with help from the scatter symbol.
Phantom Cash Slot Features
You will discover that the game has two main characters, the two ghost busters. One is called Thurmingham, the other is Carstairs. They are reserved for the reels 1 and 5, and they are wilds which apply multipliers of 2x when they’re part of some new win. Combinations of their own they can’t form, since they don’t show up on all the reels.
The Mansion is the only other special symbol, the scatter with the ability to pay the 25,000 coins of the top jackpot, and at the same time it can get you into the Ghost Zap Feature. You need a minimum of three of these Mansion scatters to get the bonus game. You’re shown a number on the meter, which starts from 8, telling you how many ghosts are needed to fill the meter up. The two wild characters capture the symbols with ghosts on them that appear on the same row. Once the Ghost Meter gets to zero, the free spins feature ends.
Theme & Design
The game has a steampunk like atmosphere, which is a good thing in its case. The design quality is much too low though, the low resolution of the symbols putting a big dent in anyone’s enthusiasm at being able to play this slot. There are the ghost busters, the haunted mansion and the four ghosts, after which you get only basic looking poker icons.
Phantom Cash doesn’t deliver the right design to make itself liked, but in most other ways it does well enough for the player.