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Fortune Garden

Everi Holdings

Fortune Garden

This is a new progressive game series on Everi’s Flex Fusion premium banked platform, an enhanced format on the Empire Flex cabinet. There are two base games, Fortune Garden Pearl and Fortune Garden Gold. Both are five-reel, 576-ways-to-win scatter-style games, the main difference being the theme and reel symbols used.

Both are progressive slots with five jackpots—two static prizes ($10 Mini and $100 Minor) and two local-area progressives, resetting at $400 (Major) and $10,000 (Mega).

The primary game will randomly go into “Fortune Cookie Mode,” which awards a multiplier of up to 5X on any wins. Each game has a persistent-state feature.

The main feature of the games is a persistent-state free-spin game, the object of which is to collect flowers that grow in value throughout the feature. Triggered by three or more flower bonus symbols on consecutive reels, random credit amounts appear on each flower as three free spins are initiated. Each time another flower lands, the meter goes back to three spins and credit amounts increase on three top bonus indicators. Landing a gold medallion collects the accumulated flower bonus amounts.

Wild symbols landing on the reels during primary game play can trigger the Match 3 Progressive Pick bonus. The player picks from 12 icons on the screen until matching three jackpot icons to match that prize.

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings
Platform: Flex Fusion
Format: Five-reel, 576-ways-to-win video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Max Bet: 880
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 3%-15%

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