The battle for the sea and skies begin as Play’n GO tasks players with leading fleets and commanding admirals in its latest slot Cash of Command.
Cash of Command is a 6×6, cluster slot that includes a Baron Turrets mode, as well as individual characters which offer unique power-ups.
The demo of the game does not include a currency, so for the sake of this symbol section, we will be providing information on a £1.50 bet limit.
In the title, wins are formed by gaining clusters. The low-value symbols come in the form of army rank badges – private, corporal, sergeant, first sergeant and sergeant major. These offer the player between £0.15 and £150.
The other three higher value symbols include a diamond, emerald and ruby. These provide the player between £1.50 and £7,500.
In the game, commanders sit to the side of the reels and appear once a specific number of symbols have been collected through winning clusters until finally battling with Baron Fusco.
Each naval hero adds their respective ship or submarine to the grid. Once this happens, the different ships or submarines will fire unique power-ups onto the grid.
After reaching Baton Fusco, he will destroy two of the three naval hero ships on the grid. The remaining ship will turn into a super version of itself.
Moreover, players can unlock Commander Wilder, who will deploy a blue ship. When this happens, the ship will fire eight wilds across the grid.
Moreover, Captain Verto will send out a green ship. This will fire onto two symbol types, converting them into the same symbol. Additionally, Admiral Magna will deploy a red submarine, which fires four mega symbols onto the grid.
On any non-winning spins, Baron’s Turrets can be activated. This will remove symbols and add wilds to the grid.
WHAT THEY SAY
Head of Games at Play’n GO, Charlotte Miliziano, said: “Everything from the way the features play out on the grid to the visuals in the game, Cash of Command is a shining example of why Play’n GO games stand out in the industry.
“Our commitment to entertainment is in every ounce of what we create and that’s evident more than ever in this creative grid slot.”
To play a demo version of Cash of Command, click here.