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Clinko Winning Wall

Incredible Technologies

Clinko Winning Wall

This is the first entry in the game show-themed Clinko series of video slots on the V55 cabinet, featuring a pachinko-style mystery bonus feature played out on the 55-inch flat-screen top monitor.

The base game in Clinko Winning Wall is a five-reel, 30-line video slot. The main bonus event is the Clinko feature. When triggered randomly, it transforms the 55-inch flat LCD display into a colorful pachinko board with pegs displaying different awards. The ball bounces from peg to peg as it falls from the top of the screen down to the reels, awarding the prizes the ball touches on the way down—including credit amounts, added wilds, symbol upgrades or a line-win multiplier.

Two scattered bonus symbols trigger a free-spin event in which two Clinko balls are released before every spin, adding to the awards touched along the way. During free spins, there are jackpot pegs added to the board, corresponding to three progressive jackpots at the top of the big screen—a Minor prize resetting at $40, a Major prize resetting at $200, or the top Grand, resetting at $2,500.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: V55
Format: Five-reel, 30-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10, .25
Max Bet: 300
Top Award: Progressive; Resets at $2,500
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 5.92%-14.92%

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