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Inca Goddess

Everi Holdings

Inca Goddess

This game on Everi’s sleek new Platinum MPX cabinet features a five-level progressive jackpot and a free-spin bonus feature. The progressives are won by landing five or more scattered Inca Goddess symbols in the primary game, ranging from a prize resetting at for five of the symbols up to the top progressive, resetting at ,500 for filling 14 or more of the 20 reel spots with the title symbol.

A mystery feature in the five-reel, 30-line primary game, called “Reel Advance,” can land on reel 5 on any line win. The feature awards extra credits and up to 10 bonus spins of the reels.

A separate free-spin bonus lands with triggering symbols on the first, third and fifth reels. The player is awarded 10 free spins plus a bonus of two times the total bet.

These features are wrapped into a package of beautiful artwork depicting the ancient Inca theme on the tall, vertical monitor of the Platinum MPX cabinet.

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings
Platform: Platinum MPX
Format: Five-reel, 30-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05
Max Bet: 180
Top Award: Progressive; $2,500 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 5%-15%

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