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Diamond Collector Wolfpack

Incredible Technologies

Diamond Collector Wolfpack

This game, featured on IT’s large-format V55 cabinet as well as the Summit form factor, features a simple persistent diamond-collecting feature that leads to free games. The “Wolfpack” theme is one of two in the Diamond Collector series (the other is Elite 7s). The theme is depicted through wolves, eagles, cougars and other wildlife symbols.

The base game is a five-reel, 40-line video slot on a four-by-five reel array. Above the reels is a display of 15 circles surrounding a free-spin meter. During primary game play, any time a diamond symbol lands on the reels, a diamond appears in one of the 15 circles. When diamonds are displayed in all 15 circles, it triggers six free spins. Alternatively, the free-spin round can be triggered by two or more scatter symbols.

Once the free spins are triggered, each diamond on the upper screen bursts to reveal either “+1Spin” or a multiplier that is applied to the Wolf symbol, the highest-paying symbol in the game. When the free spins are complete, the diamond meter clears and the player begins the process again of spinning to collect


The game features a player-selectable multi-denomination setup.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: V55, Summit
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Max Bet: 300
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Top Award: 45,648
Hit Frequency: 44%
Theoretical Hold: 5.74%-14.72%

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