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Da Long Da Fa

AGS

Da Long Da Fa

This game maximizes the potential of the Orion Rise cabinet, which features a compelling 55-inch 4K LCD flat-screen monitor atop a standard dual-screen base. In this case, the slot is part of the Blazing Wheels game family, which means that large monitor is occupied by a double bonus wheel, the two individual wheels working together in a progressive bonus round.

Also on that big top screen is the progressive meter, displaying a two-level progressive jackpot.

The base game is a five-reel, 30-line video slot featuring multiplying wild symbols. WILD2X and WILD3X symbols in winning combinations double or triple the jackpot, respectively. The symbols also work together in wins—a combination of 2X and 3X wild symbols, for instance, multiplies the jackpot by six, two 3X symbols multiply the pay by nine, etc.

Wheel symbols on the first, third and fifth reels trigger the Blazing Wheel Bonus. This is when the dual wheel on the top display kicks in, with credits and multipliers on the wedges of both wheels working together to form the bonus prize. Both wheels include credit prizes and multipliers.

The top wheel includes the two linked progressive jackpots as wedges—the Major resetting at $500 and the top Grand at $5,000. Randomly, any prize on the wheels other than the top jackpot can receive an upgrade. Credit prizes can be multiplied up to 10 times; multipliers on the lower wheel can rise to 10X, and on the top wheel, to 50X.

The player wins the sum of both wheels. If multipliers land on both wheels, the player is awarded his total bet times the sum of the multipliers.

There also is a free spin bonus. Bonus symbols on the middle wheels trigger seven fee spins. Wild symbols landing on any free spin stick, and are placed in random positions for the subsequent spin.

Manufacturer: AGS
Platform:
Orion Rise
Format:
Five-reel, 30-line video slot
Denomination:
.01
Max Bet:
880
Top Award:
Progressive; $5,000 reset
Hit Frequency:
25.85%
Theoretical Hold:
5%-16%

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