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Aristocrat Offers Top Games in ‘Legends’

Aristocrat Offers Top Games in ‘Legends’

Aristocrat Gaming has placed three of its most popular brands—Buffalo, Timber Wolf and 50 Lions—in Aristocrat Legends, a new version of its Wonder 4 offering. Wonder 4 allows players to select any or all titles in a game menu to play simultaneously in four separate reel arrays.

The three player-favorite titles are offered with a common metamorphic jackpot engagement, in which each game has its own persistent collection of coins for added player engagement.

The package also offers four jackpot levels, including two static prizes and two progressives, including a multi-site progressive jackpot that resets at $250,000. A Major single-site progressive starts at $500.

Aristocrat Legends has three bonus features. First, Jackpot Match 3 gives players the chance to win any progressive level. In Legends Wheel, two wheels spin to award players a bonus and free games on all four reel sets. In Free Games Booster, free games are enhanced by multipliers and wilds.

The game is featured on the dual-screen Edge-X cabinet, in denominations ranging from pennies to 10 cents.

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