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Dragon's Law Twin Fever

Konami Gaming

Dragon's Law Twin Fever

This game is on Konami’s new Concerto cabinet, which features twin 27-inch horizontal HD game screens set against a smooth black surrounding surface, creating a striking cinematic-style display.

Dragon’s Law Twin Fever, on the slot-maker’s powerful KP3+ platform, combines several popular Konami game-play features with a free-spin bonus sequence that has an extra twist.

The base game is a five-reel video slot available in fixed 20-line, 30-line and 40-line configurations, with a forced Extra Bet. Wild symbols appear on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 during the primary game. All reels of the base game employ Konami’s “Action Stacked Symbols,” resulting clusters of like symbols for big credit wins.

The main free-spin bonus includes a random second-screen sequence that can fill the screen with wild symbols. Three, four or five ball symbols on a base-game spin trigger eight, 12 or 20 free games, respectively. During the free games, the “Dragon’s Law” feature can occur on any given spin.

During this feature, a dragon snakes its way across the reels, randomly placing extra star symbols on reel spots. If the extra star symbols line up with ball symbols on the same positions, those symbols change to scatter wild symbols.

It’s all wrapped up in a beautiful art package, including dual dragons in an attract mode.

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming
Platform: KP3+
Format: Five-reel, 20-, 30- or 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01-5.00
Max Bet: 50
Top Award: 2,000 times line bet
Hit Frequency: 28%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-18%

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