Along with Batman and the Joker Jewels, Ash Gaming and Playtech released another Bat-related slot machine entitled Batman and Catwoman Cash. This time the Joker is excluded from the equation, and Catwoman stands in Batman’s way of reinstalling peace in Gotham.
There are stacked character symbols covering entire reels, so you have the chance to see Batman, Robin and Catwoman in full costume just as they looked in the popular TV show aired in the 60’s. The game also features special symbols and two bonus rounds. The camp adventure takes place on a 5×3 reel grid, with you trying to complete any of the 25 fixed winning combinations.
What We Love
Call us old-fashioned, but we like the game’s appearance, as it is a successful tribute to the Batman TV series. It might seem a bit goofy compared to our modern standards, but the fact remains this series marked the beginning of Batman’s presence on screen. All the animated Batmans and feature film Dark Knights had Adam West to look up to. We salute the developers for deciding to shine a different light on the famous comic book hero.
There’s no ignoring the progressive jackpots. It is a big benefit for the game – we know progressive jackpots attract a lot of players even if they can’t relate to the theme. Batman and Catwoman Cash forms a part of the multi-level progressive jackpot network known as DC Super Heroes Series.
There isn’t just one jackpot prize, but four levels – Mini, Minor, Major and Grand. As soon as the jackpot game gets randomly triggered during gameplay, you are guaranteed to take home one of the jackpot prizes.
What We Do Not Like
At first glance, Batman and Catwoman Cash slot doesn’t really have any major setbacks. It is a well-rounded game with a specific theme and a simple bonus triggering system with a side treat of progressive jackpots. However, being such a specific theme, the 1960’s Batman TV series might come as unfamiliar to a lot of players, especially the younger members of the online gaming community.
The variance of the game is somewhere in the middle, with an RTP of 95.11%. We would love a bit higher payout percentage, but we can understand the numbers being adjusted to the progressive nature of the slot. Most of the wins come during the free spins round, but if you are somewhat of an impatient player, you’ll have a rough time waiting for it to be triggered.
It’s really tough to resist the urge to fight crime alongside Batman and Robin, no matter what Batman-related material the slot takes as reference. You won’t be blown away by the graphics or the game structure, but it sure has an irresistible retro charm that is worth exploring.
If you find a base game max payout of 2500 coins enough to keep you occupied until one of the jackpots comes your way, than you should give Batman and Catwoman Cash slot a try.
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