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Crazy Money Deluxe

Incredible Technologies

This is a super-charged version of Crazy Money, which is Incredible Technologies’ most popular game.

Crazy Money Deluxe also is the launch title in the company’s premium Infinity Skybox product segment, which features a 55-inch vertical monitor placed atop the Infinity U23 cabinet to display bonus events and progressive jackpot wins.

The base game is a five-reel, 15-line video slot with the familiar, easy-to-understand basic game features of Crazy Money—line combinations of like bill denominations (with the requisite animated presidential portraits) for credit wins, and the main “Money Catch” bonus from the original game.

To these popular basics, IT has added a central wheel-spin bonus, on a video wheel included on the oversized top-box monitor. Three scattered bonus symbols trigger the bonus display, called the Sky Wheel. Above the wheel are four progressive bonus awards, active only with the maximum wager. The wheel slices include credit awards from 750 to 6,000, plus a slice for each of the four jackpots—the top “Grand” resetting at $10,000. Players may be awarded instant credits which then trigger a secondary wheel that can award up to a 5X credit multiplier or a chance to re-spin the Sky Wheel.

There also is a “Bonus” slice on the wheel, which causes a secondary wheel to appear and award up to 100 “picks” for the signature Money Catch Bonus. Players use their “picks” to grab flying dollar bills which reveal their credit value once touched.

Crazy Money Deluxe  features fixed bet options of 60, 120, 180, 240 and 300.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: Infinity Skybox
Format: Five-reel, 15-line video slot
Denomination: .01
Max Bet: 300
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 6%-14.8%

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