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Cherry Chance Disco Seven

Aruze Gaming

Cherry Chance Disco Seven

This is one of the first stepper games to be placed on Aruze’s new “Cube X” cabinet, a premium stand-alone cabinet with one of the fastest processors in the business, designed to be used for either video or stepper games.

Cherry Chance Disco Seven is a five-reel, five-line stepper, featuring Aruze’s signature oversized “Radiant Reels.” It is available only in the penny denomination, with a forced minimum bet of 30 credits.

A bonus symbol landing on the third reel triggers the “Cherry Chance” feature, which awards the player up to eight free games. Each spin offers a better chance of landing the top “7” wins—three 7s for 5,000 credits, four for 15,000 credits or five for the top award, a progressive resetting at $300.

The bonus feature ends when the spins are complete or one of the “7” combinations lands. The feature can be retriggered with a bonus symbol on the third reel, with a new round of free spins beginning when the first Cherry Chance round is complete.

Manufacturer: Aruze Gaming
Platform: Cube X
Format: Five-reel, five-line stepper slot
Denomination: .01
Max Bet: 150, 300, 450, 600
Top Award: Progressive; $300 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 30%
Theoretical Hold: 2.06%-12.89%

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