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Devil’s Lock

Bluberi

Devil’s Lock

This new game on Bluberi’s tall Novus Series b49 cabinet features a locking bonus and several primary-game mystery events.

The base game employs a five-by-three reel array, with 15 individual reels and 40 pay lines. Randomly during base-game spins, the main devil character will appear to grant credit awards, multipliers, wilds or other bonuses. He also appears to celebrate big wins.

When the devil lands in the middle position, he activates all cash-on-reel coins symbols on the screen, as well as any symbols corresponding to one of the four jackpots—static prizes of $25, $75, $500 or even the top Grand of $6,600. A “Rewind” symbol on the screen brings out the devil character to transform other reel spots into additional prizes.

Also, any devil symbol landing on the reels can randomly unlock one of two “Pig Pots,” which each award six free games. During the free games the devil locks in position, awarding the value of any cash-on-reels coin symbol that lands in that spot during the free games.

Manufacturer: Bluberi
Platform: b49 1.0, b49 1.5, b49 2.0
Format: 15-reel, 40-line video slot
Max Bet: 660
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Top Award: $6,600
Hit Frequency: 32.19%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-14%

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