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Fu Fu Fu

Aristocrat Technologies

Fu Fu Fu

This new Asian-themed game on Aristocrat’s sleek Arc Single cabinet features elaborate, colorful artwork in a highly volatile penny game in the “E*Series” of entertainment-style games, which the manufacturer bills as having “thrilling game play, enchanting music, and multiple chances for big wins.”

Dragons, lions and other lucky symbols comprise the attractive Asian art package in a game available in five-reel, 20-, 25- or 30-line configuration. A form-changing symbol triggers a mystery feature called “Wild Shower.” At the beginning of a random spin, wild symbols with multipliers up to 3X are dropped onto the reels for big line hits—a player-favorite feature that was well-received in the hit game Sharknado.

There is a five-level static (called WYSIWYG, for “what you see is what you get”) bonus mystery jackpot, with the top level returning $2,000. When triggered with a Free Games symbol on the fifth reel, the jackpots are multiplied up to 3X.

Three or more Free Games symbols trigger a random number of free games, with multipliers of 2X or 3X applied when the special Free Games symbol lands on reel 5. Retriggers can take the free-spin round up to a maximum of 120 free games.

Fu Fu Fu is available in multi-denomination options ranging from $.01 to $50.

Manufacturer: Aristocrat Technologies
Platform: Arc Single
Format: five-reel, 20-, 25- or 30-line video slot
Denomination: .01-50.00
Max Bet: 200, 250, 300
Top Award: $6,000
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 4.6%-11.75%

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