Cash Bandits 2 Slots

Did you play Cash Bandits when it was first released? If so, you’ll know what made it famous. Apart from an entertaining theme and superb gameplay, it also offered one of the best bonuses we have ever seen.

So, you can figure out why we were so excited to see a sequel released. Simply called Cash Bandits 2, we hoped it would be just as good as the first. Did it pass that test? Let’s see.

No change in the developer name

The sequel was made by the same team that created the original game – RTG.

You can try a demo in this instance as you could with the first one

In fact, most RTG slots have practice versions, enabling you to see what they are like to play.

Is this a theme that works well in the sequel too?

The same bandits appear in the slot, just as you would expect, since they are mentioned in the title. The game looks good, but with a few tweaks to set it apart from the original. Just enough to make a difference.

It ranks well on design again too

The cartoon theme is back with a vengeance, and those robbers are ready to try and bust open those vaults. Are you going to join them in the sequel?

Let’s see what Cash Bandits 2 can offer, shall we?

The first game offered a 5 x 3 format, and this one goes for the same presentation. This game has two progressive jackpot prizes to shoot for, along with the standard prizes hidden in the paytable.

This time, the logo is given the role of the wild symbol. It also has the power to be stacked whenever it appears. The robber takes on the scatter role, and as is often the case, he can’t be subbed by that wild.

Is the payline quantity the same?

Yes, there are 25 lines present for you to play on here.

A good range of bets is available

The first game offered coins from a cent to 25 cents apiece, and this is the same for the sequel as well.

An easy-to-find paytable

Just look for the column that is labeled help and rules. It is just beside the final reel in the set.

Do we get another sensational bonus?

We do. The first game had the Vault Bonus, offering up to 90 free games to play with a 12x multiplier at most. They have replicated that bonus here too, but this time you could collect up to 190 freebies. The multiplier could be larger as well, going up to a maximum of 17x.

The starting point for finding three robbers to unlock the bonus is five free games with a 2x multiplier. You then get the chance to try and crack the codes for five vaults seen on the screen. If you triggered the feature with four or five robbers, you’ll receive further picks to try and unlock those vaults too.

Could you net the maximum quantity of free spins?

You could, although it is quite hard to do. But if you manage to guess one or two vault codes even partially, you’ll get more spins added to your original total. You might get a bigger multiplier as well.

Do we know what the RTP is?

Cash Bandits 2 is said to have an RTP of approximately 95.3%, although this varies when we researched it. Around 95% is typical of most RTG slots, though.

Do we give this a bonzer rating?

We do, with a 10/10 score. We love that bonus because it adds something special to a free spin feature. It looks great and has many fans, and we are among them.

How high could the progressives go?

The more players try a slot for real, the higher the progressive jackpot will climb. It tends to get to higher levels faster too, as a small portion of each real wager goes into that pot. Who knows how high it could reach before someone nets it?

Play for entertainment – there’s plenty to be had

Trying Cash Bandits 2 with practice credits already loaded into the game is a great idea. You can certainly look forward to finding out how that Vault Bonus works. Imagine getting there with real wagers though…

There are lots of reasons to play for real

For starters, you can play this slot covering all the lines for just 25 cents. That makes it affordable for many players, even those on smaller budgets. Check and see whether it would suit you. If it would, all RTG casinos will have the game ready to play.

It looks great on mobile screens as well

It does, and you can try it on Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows and other tablets and smartphones.