Super Cash Drop Gigablox Review
In the middle of 2021, Bang Bang Games released a luxury slot focusing on a huge cash drop. Suitably, the slot was called Super Cash Drop and featured a huge selection of options for players.
The slot developers have now teamed up with Yggdrasil (as part of their master's programme) to deliver a Gigablox version of Super Cash Drop.
Whilst a huge majority of this slot looks like the original, there are enhancements to the finer details such as perfected symbol icons and more which is appreciated.
There's a vibrant electronic theme that plays in the distance and gets more intense during spins which build up the atmosphere well. Of course, Super Cash Drop Gigablox doesn't reinvent the wheel with its design, but it's a clean design that is nice on the eyes.
In this slot, there are 6-reels with 60 ways to win with the rows expanding due to features. In addition to returning features from the original but the addition of Gigablox without complicating too much.
At the bottom right, you'll find the spin button and bet level button to adjust your gameplay. There is an additional menu leading to the paytable and other sound settings to get further clarification.
Sadly, the win potential is a little lower than the original with an RTP of 95.5% is under the average standard but the hit rate is quite average at 22.86%.
This slot also contains high volatility leading to larger wins but less often. As for the maximum win, you'll find wins of up to 5,883x your stake which is less than the original sadly.
Whilst the original had loads going for it, Super Cash Drop Cashbox definitely steps up the design and feature side of things. However, it can't be ignored that the win potential has sadly gotten worse.
Despite this, the overall win potential isn't too off-putting to make this game unplayable. The features and design have definitely been improved and this ultimately makes it worth a spin.