Cash Clams is one of Microgaming’s many classic slot machine games. This particular game offers up a 3-reel, single-line gaming configuration, and players have only marginal control over how their bets are placed. Cash Clams contains a clam and sea theme, although most of the imagery which appears on the reels of this slot are more generic, fitting in with the general classic slot and one-armed bandit look and feel. Cash Clams cannot allow players to alter the paylines, since there is only one present on the reels. Players can alter their bet, though, and bet between 1 or 2 coins per spin. The cheapest the slot can be played is just 0.25 per spin, but even that is rather costly, given Microgaming’s range of other classic slots, which are often cheaper. Maximum wagers can extend upwards to a capped limit of 10.00 per spin.
Payouts and symbols
Once a wager has been made, players can start to try and land the game’s symbols on the singular payline. This is no small feat. Amongst the lower paying symbols in this slot machine game are crabs, single bars, double bars, triple bars and sevens. Any combinations of bars or crabs can see wins worth between 2 and 20 coins paid out.
Wins range from 15 to 100 coins for single, double or triple bar combinations, which three 7s can see you win between 100 and 200 coins.
The clam itself acts as a wild symbol in this slot, and a wild multiplier at that. Wilds can substitute for all other symbols on the reels, and can double the value of any winning combination in which they appear. Wilds can also quadruple the value of a winning combination in which they appear twice.
There are no other bonus features, free spins or other goodies to be had in this slot.
Winning the jackpot
Wild symbols also serve a third function, and that is to pay out the non-progressive jackpot. There is no multiplier attached if a player lands 3 wild symbols on the slot’s singular payline. However, players can pocket wins of 2,000 coins if they land 3 wilds on the payline with a single-coin bet. Should they land all 3 wilds on the game’s payline with a 2-coin bet, the total amount they will win will rise to 5,000 coins. That 5,000-coin haul also happens to be the non-progressive jackpot in Cash Clams.
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