Aristocrat to Launch Dollar Storm and Star Trek: The Next Generation

Aristocrat Technologies last month announced the debut of two new titles.

The company released a new licensed title on its premium Edge X cabinet, Star Trek: The Next Generation. Based on the 1990s TV version of the sci-fi classic starring Patrick Stewart as Enterprise Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the game was launched at last month’s Global Gaming Expo.

The Edge X cabinet features two stacked, horizontal, curved 43-inch LCD screens displaying panoramic views, with stereo symphonic surround sound and a virtual button deck, all in a cabinet that occupies a larger-than-life footprint.

And at San Manuel Casino in Highland, California, Aristocrat launched Dollar Storm, the next evolution of the hold-and-spin mechanic popularized by the hit game Lightning Link.

“We are thrilled to present the world premiere of Dollar Storm in partnership with Aristocrat,” said Kenji Hall, chief operations officer of San Manuel Casino. “San Manuel Casino strives to provide our guests with a best-in-class gaming experience by offering the newest and most innovative games in the country.”

Dollar Storm will debut on the new MarsX cabinet with modular, interchangeable features. The thin profile and corona lighting offer a player-forward experience to amplify game play.

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