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Inca Empress

Ainsworth Game Technology

Inca Empress

This game on Ainsworth’s new A-STAR Curve portrait cabinet features a persistent-style bonus involving collected tokens bearing multiplier values.

The base game is a 243-ways-to-win video slot. During primary game play, tokens are collected which, when the main feature is activated, reveal multiplier values of 2X, 3X, 8X, 10X or 20X. Every time a token lands on the reels, it reveals one of the multipliers to the left of the reels, which apply to a free-spin bonus.

During the free games, the tokens activate and are used to multiply all pays on a row that start when the multiplier touches the first symbol in that row. Up to 15 collected tokens will be used in succession with the other activated tokens. The multiplier that applies to the next pay beginning with that row moves to the first column of that row.

Eight free spins are awarded with three scattered “Wild/Bonus” symbols. During the feature, two additional free games are triggered for each bonus token collected. After a multiplier is used on a pay, it is removed and any remaining collected token multipliers move down and will apply to the next paid game on the row. The feature for a row ends when all collected tokens are used on that row. The other collected tokens remain in place, even when the player cashes out. Collected tokens remain on the bet multiplier that collected it.

Manufacturer: Ainsworth Game Technology
Platform:
A-STAR Curve
Format:
Five-reel, 243-ways-to-win slot
Denomination:
.01-100.00
Max Bet:
680
Top Award:
25,000
Hit Frequency:
Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-15%

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