The Girl is the Wild symbol, 5 of her paying a nice 8000x the line bet. It substitutes for other symbols except for the Scatter symbol, but is nevertheless a dumb Wild symbol that doesn't pay for itself, it doesn't double any wins, and it doesn't become stacked or expanded. The beautiful Coral is the Scatter symbol, 5 of which pays 100x the total bet as usual, but doesn't trigger any Free Spins game. The Free Spins game is only triggered when a Wild symbol appears on reel 1 and a Scatter symbol appears on reel 5 at the same time, awarding 15 free spins with all wins tripled, and can be retriggered. Yes, that's the way I like it.
The Dolphin, which isn't an icon in the 9 paylines game, pays 2000x, the Fish pays 1000x, the Seahorse pays 500x, the Starfish pays 500x too, and the others pay from 200x down to 100x, all per line bet for 5 of each kind. Some of the icons have been swapped with new symbols in this game, and the animation of the purplish Coral makes it look very nice indeed. I like that.
This is yet another game that I had tried out in the fun mode first, just as I would usually do for most other games too, before actually playing it with my real money. Why? To familiarise myself with the game, with its game play and with its payout patterns, to avoid being totally disappointed when playing in the real mode. I call it 'playing safe'. Well, Coral Cash played not too badly in the real mode, as compared to the fun mode, but the Free Spins games tended to need many more extra spins to come. Not surprising really, and should be expected. What was slightly disappointing was in the payouts in the Free Spins games, which were lower than what I would like it to be. I got payouts of around the 20x - 30x a few times, a 9x once, and a 46x win once too, and that was the best I could get. Nope, no win from this game, and that was slightly disappointing for me.