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All Aboard

Konami Gaming

All Aboard

Konami is releasing the All Aboard series of video slots, with a single-level linked progressive and four static bonus awards, with two base games featured on the new Dimension 49J cabinet.

The base games are Dynamite Dash (pictured) and Piggy Pennies. Each features a free-game bonus and a persistent hold-and-spin bonus feature, the latter tied to the linked progressive jackpot.

Both base game are five-reel video slots available in several line configurations, with a 50-line setup the most common. In Dynamite Dash, any three dynamite symbols trigger nine free games. In Piggy Pennies, three coin symbols trigger five free games, with the middle three reels becoming one giant symbol.

The main feature in both games, the All Aboard feature, is triggered by six or more scattered train symbols. When the feature is triggered, all the train symbols transform into credit awards. After the win is registered, the credit awards remain in place on the reel array and all other spots become independent reels, re-spinning for three free spins.

Each time an additional train symbol lands, it reveals a new credit award, and all of the credits on the board are awarded again. The free-spin count returns to three, and the feature continues, re-awarding the total credits on the board with each new train symbol.

The feature continues until no free spins remain, or until the entire screen is filled with credit awards. If train symbols are landed on all 15 reel spots, the player is awarded the linked Grand Jackpot, which resets at $7,500.

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming
Platform: Concerto Crescent
Format: Five-reel, 50-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10, .25, 1.00
Max Bet: 880
Top Award: Progressive; $7,500 reset
Hit Frequency: 28%
Theoretical Hold: 8%, 10%

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