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Crazy Money II

Incredible Technologies

Crazy Money II

This is the sequel to the most popular game in Incredible Technologies’ slot history, Crazy Money. Crazy Money II is a 15-line video slot with all of the same easy-to-understand game play of the original, but with new bonus innovations and a four-level progressive.

Crazy Money II also features the familiar “Good, Better, Best” betting option, in which the theoretical return rises when the bet level is increased.

 Three, four or five bonus scatter symbols trigger the Wheel Bonus, in which players head into a bank vault to spin a wheel to determine which bonus will be played. Fans of the original will recognize the “Money Catch Bonus,” in which players touch the screen to “grab” flying dollar bills, revealing credit values behind each bill.

The game also features the new Mint Bonus, which initiates a free-spin round on a bonus three-by-three reel array featuring only the top four symbols. Players are rooting for five or more gold coins to land on the reels during the free spins, which triggers one of four progressive jackpots. The top jackpot resets at $5,000.

Crazy Money II features fixed bet options of 20, 60, 100, 120 and 160, and is available on the company’s Infinity platform of casino games, including compatibility on the Infinity U23 cabinet.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: Infinity
Format: Five-reel, 15-line video slot
Denomination: Multi-denomination
Max Bet: 20, 60, 100, 120, 160
Top Award: Progressive; $5,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 6%-10%

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