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Cash Wizard Featuring Quick Hit

Bally Technologies

Cash Wizard Featuring Quick Hit

With this game, Bally combines two of its most popular themes and game mechanics—the Quick Hit progressive format and the Cash Wizard bonus wheel feature.

The base game is a five-reel, 25-line video slot with a minimum required bet of 15 credits per line. The game is available in denominations up to $500, but is designed mainly for lower denominations.

The main feature is the popular Quick Hit format, which awards progressive jackpots for five or more Quick Hit symbols scattered anywhere on the reels. Progressive resets in the penny version are $12 for five Quick Hit symbols; $60 for six symbols; $120 for seven; $800 for eight and $3,000 for nine symbols.

Tying in with the new theme, in a mystery feature possible at the start of each base-game spin, the Cash Wizard characters may randomly transform symbols to Quick Hit symbols, increasing the chances of a progressive award.

In addition to the Quick Hit features are two other bonus features. The main feature is a spin of the Cash Wizard Cash Wheel. Cash Wheel symbols scattered on the middle reels trigger a grid of 21 tiles. Players pick tiles until three match to win up to three spins of the wheel, with associated multipliers up to 4X. According to the manufacturer, this feature occurs every 69 spins for an average award of 18 credits times the total bet.

Other scattered symbols trigger 12 free games with all wins doubled. For triggering the feature, the player is awarded a bonus of twice the total credits bet.

Manufacturer: Bally Technologies
Platform: Alpha 2
Format: Five-reel, 25-line video slot
Denomination: .01-500
Max Bet: 400
Top Award: 200,000 times line bet
Hit Frequency: 55.38%
Theoretical Hold: 6.04%-14.51%

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