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High Rollin'

Multimedia Games

High Rollin'

This latest game in Multimedia’s “High Rise” series—which boasts the highest top boxes in the industry—features a high-end Vegas theme, with several games within the main game serving as bonus features. The high top box displays four progressive jackpot levels, with the top prize resetting at ,500.

The base game is a five-reel, 30-line video slot with reel symbols such as dice, Scotch on the rocks and casino chips. The sound system blares classic lounge sounds to complete the Vegas vibe.

Bonus symbols scattered on the first, third and fifth reels trigger four free spins on one of three miniature classic three-reel slot games—“Top Shelf,” “Lucky Cherry” or “Smokin’ 777.” The top jackpot on the mini-slot awards the top progressive prize.

The lower three progressive awards are triggered by scattered chip symbols of the same kind landing scattered on reels 2, 3, and 4. High Rollin’ symbols are wild, and at max bet, five High Rollin’ symbols award the top progressive—a second path to the top prize.

This is also among the first Multimedia games to provide feedback to the player via large messages on the main video screen—“BIG WIN!,”  “HUGE WIN!,” etc.

The game presents a bright visual front with game-driven LED lighting on the 37-inch top box—which is ringed with marquee-style lights, old-Vegas style. It also includes the popular “Lucky Dust” feature, which creates a trail of sparkles on the screen as the players touch the reels.

High Rollin’ is available in both Class III and Class II versions.

Manufacturer: Multimedia Games
Platform: High Rise
Format: Five-reel, 30-line video slot
Denomination: .01
Max Bet: 150
Top Award: Progressive; $1,500 reset
Hit Frequency: 47.6%
Theoretical Hold: 2%—14%

 

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