Candy Cash combines two of the sweetest things in the world—candy and cash—to bring you a slot machine experience that’s sure to satisfy your cravings. The bright, colorful pink background is littered with all sorts of candy, from gumballs and lemon drops to candy canes and mints, a theme that carries over into the symbols and other visual elements of the game. Considering the visuals, the makers of Candy Cash chose the perfect theme music—a fun, upbeat track that would fit just as well in a 1950s candy shop as it would in a sunshine-filled day at the park.
But don’t let all the candy fool you; the main objective of the game is still cash, and there are plenty of winnings to go around.
Although the overall structure of Candy Cash is a standard five-reel, three-row setup, it has a few unique features that make it different from other slot games. We’ll talk about those first.
First, rather than simply using game credit (or cash), Candy Cash uses both credit and coins. Each coin is worth a fraction of the in-game credits, between 0.10 credits/coin and 0.50 credits/coin—a value that you get to choose. Bets are placed in coins and multiplied by the number of paylines you’re playing with—which brings us to another unique feature. In addition to setting the coin value and your bet amount, you can also choose how many paylines are active for each spin by clicking the candy hearts on either side of the reels. While lowering the number of paylines gives you fewer ways to win, it also allows you to lower your bet substantially.
The symbols used in Candy Cash are, you guessed it, various pieces of candy. There are six lower tier candy symbols; the orange gumdrop has the lowest value while the candy cane has the highest. There are also four higher tier candies—a gummy bear (the lowest value) coke bottle, lollipop, a candy egg, and a star (the highest value).
The wild symbol is represented by a green heart and doesn’t expand. The final symbol, a purple and blue candy, gives you free spins when you land one. The number of free spins varies based on how many symbols are on the reels, with 5 being the fewest and 25 being the most. During these free spins, all of your wins are doubled.
Finally, there is the Haribonus. The Haribonus occurs when you land five symbols—three of which are the gummy strawberry, the coke bottle, and the candy egg—across one of the paylines. The reward for this is 160 coins.
Playing slot games at your local casino is always fun, but sometimes it’s nice to learn the ropes and figure out which slot games you like before you go to a land-based casino and spend real money. Luckily, 1×2 Gaming has most of their slot games available to play for free on their website.
To play Candy Cash, simply go to 1x2gaming.com, select “Products” and find Candy Cash in the list. Once you’ve played Candy Cash and you want to try your hand at playing for real money, it’s available in many online and land-based casinos.
There are tons of slot games available for free online, and wading through the many choices can be difficult. That being said, Candy Cash is definitely worth checking out. It’s a highly customizable slot game with plenty of ways to win, including the unique Haribonus. And because you can set the coin value, number of paylines, and your actual bet amount, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for big wins.
Since there are only nine simple paylines in Candy Cash, it’s also a good game for people who are interested in learning the basics of slot games. The paylines are all pretty recognizable, and once you’ve set your bet and your coin value, there isn’t much to do but spin and enjoy your winnings.
If you’re looking for a fun, lighthearted slot game with all of the great features you’ve come to expect, Candy Cash is always a good choice.