Coin Bash

(Snowborn Games) Slot Review


Coin Bash slot

Coin Bash: Slot Overview

Designed exclusively for Microgaming, Coin Bash from Stockholm based developer Snowborn Games is all about taking your hammer to a piggy bank for the chance of letting a few coins flow. Hopefully, a decent amount of small change has been set aside in the piggy bank because Coin Bash offers fairly tempting rewards. Winning them is possible should enough scatters hit to trigger payouts from a ladder of instant cash prizes or during a round of free spins where a win multiplier enters the show.

Most other games that use this sort of setup have a clearly defined theme, say, Western, for example. Coin Bash is a little harder to pin down. It’s got the piggy bank angle, yet Snowborn has pulled in bits and pieces from all over. There is a slight Irish touch, a bit of luck iconography, a bit of wealth, but it seems like the vibe they’ve shot for is a generally happy go lucky one. A screaming flamingo pink background brightens a 5-reel, 20-payline game grid, covered in gold coins and flashing lights. A prize ladder sits to the left of the grid to provide motivation, and it’s easy to get caught up in the flow, largely due to the audio. Snowborn’s music department has stepped it up for Coin Bash, and the backing track shuffles along, inducing a constant toe-tapping beat that would be perfect for a Snoopy cartoon or an action scene from a bank heist film.

Players can have the Coin Bash experience on any device, where bets from 20 p/c to £/€50 may be selected. Be aware the game has varying RTP values, where the preferable default one is 96.12%. The game is aimed at a general audience rather than hardcore gamers, where volatility has been set to medium, and hits fall at a rather frequent rate of 39.75%.

Line wins in Coin Bash begin with the leftmost reel and payout left to right on adjacent reels. Seven regular pay symbols appear on the table, from low to high, being spades, hearts, horseshoes, four-leaf clovers, then single, double, and triple stacks of coins. Coins are the premium symbols where landing a five of a kind combination is worth a payout of 7.5 to 37.5 times the stake. On an aside, combinations of any coin type pay out up to 3.25x for a line of five as well. Helping link symbols together is a ‘W’ wild, replacing any other pay symbol. Lines of wilds also pay too, up to 125x the bet for a full line of five of them.

Coin Bash: Slot Features

Coin Bash slot
Coin Bash – bonus wheel

Like other games that Coin Bash resembles, the primary goal is landing Piggy Bank scatter symbols to win instant cash prizes, complemented by a couple of other features such as a Lucky Star Bonus, and Coin Spins.

Landing at least 3 Piggy Bank symbols awards a cash prize. These symbols pay in any position, and 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 of them in view are worth a win of 1, 5, 15, 40, 100, 500, or 5,000 times the stake.

Lucky Star bonus symbols appear on the middle three rows – 3 of them in view trigger the Lucky Star Bonus feature. Next, a bonus wheel spins to award 10-20 free spins with a multiplier of x2-x5. Both are randomly awarded from the wheel, and the multiplier is applied to all wins except Piggy Bank symbol wins. During free spins, Lucky Star symbols appear. Every 7 stars collected retriggers the original number of free spins while increasing the multiplier by 1.

At any moment during free or paid spins, the Coin Spin feature may be activated. When it is, extra Piggy Bank symbols are added to the reels guaranteeing a win from the instant prize board.

Coin Bash: Slot Verdict

Many players will quickly identify the sort of game Coin Bash is. Is there a specific name for this type other than 9 Masks of Fire mimics? If not, there should be. The format is doing the rounds, especially amongst the Microgaming family of partner studios. As well as the Gameburger hit, Just For The Win has fired off a few in their ‘Gold’ range if you are looking for the same style with bigger volatility and max win. Alternatively, Coin Bash takes the middle ground between Just For The Win’s releases and 9 Masks of Fire in terms of math model and potential.

Where Coin Bash scores relatively highly is its fun attitude. The base game possesses the sort of soundtrack one hears while a magician tees up an illusion. Then, when bonus features trigger, the music dials up the funk even further, like accidentally ending up at an underground bar in New York City, the kind you don’t find in the guide books. Visually there’s not a lot going on, but thanks to the bouncy audio, Coin Bash scores a bit higher on the entertainment meter, making it easier to go along with everything else it has to offer.

As to Coin Bash’s gameplay, there’s not much setting it apart from others doing the same thing. It’s basically a case of enjoying the high hit rate while waiting for as many scatters to hit as possible. Coin Bash maxes out at 5,000 times the stake via max scatter wins, though consolation prizes are possible during free spins when multipliers are active. Coin Spins are about the only minor novelty regarding features. Despite not being much of an innovation they do add tension as scatters are added to the reels and you know you are going to collect something.

Though Coin Bash does the same thing as several others of this type do, it’s still a fun option for players who enjoy this style of gambling. The top prize isn’t bad, and it doesn’t take itself too seriously, adding up to a game that’s easy to have a bit of a laugh with.


Coin Bash closely follows the 9 Masks formula, but its easy-going attitude helps you see past that.

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