Independent slots studio Thunderkick is inviting players to bounce into action with Jiggly Cash, a high-volatility slot where a bubbly adventure awaits.
Featuring impressive world-building, several different mechanics and an engaging design, the 6×5 slot is the latest addition to Thunderkick’s renowned portfolio, sitting alongside popular titles including Midas Golden Touch and new releases such as The Wildos.
Jiggly Cash is set in the colourful Jiggly-kingdom, where players are tasked with helping the Jigglys in their pursuit for the golden riches. Aided by plenty of exciting features including Avalanche wins, Mystery symbols and a thrilling Bonus round, this slot offers up plenty of big winning potential.
In the base game, the Jigglys can be found upon the reels alongside symbols such as stars, hearts and moons. Landing eight or more identical symbols on any spin except Bonus, Multiplier and Mystery symbols constitutes a Scatter pay win.
Seeing the return of the Avalanche feature, the innovative addition to the studio’s bouncy slot is triggered after each Scatter win, where players will see winning symbols removed from the reels and replaced with new symbols that drop from above. The Avalanche continues so long as there is a new win, with wins being accumulated until it ends.
When three or more Scatter symbols land during the base game, the bonus will be triggered, awarding 10 Free Spins and opening the Jigglybank.
All activated multiplier values during the Bonus are also added together and stored here, being applied at the end of an Avalanche for huge winning potential of up to 10,000x the player’s bet.
Commenting on the launch, Gary Law, Product Owner at Thunderkick, said: “We’re excited to be launching Jiggly Cash, another fantastic addition to our portfolio with an immersive theme and plenty of winning potential.
“Players are going to have a blast with the thrill of Mystery symbols and the Avalanche feature, plus the chance to take home 10,000x their bet in the Bonus round. We can’t wait to see what they think.”
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