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Konami Launches Frogger Slot

Konami Launches Frogger Slot

Slot manufacturer Konami Gaming has officially launched the Frogger slot game, based on the legendary arcade game the slot-maker’s parent company, Konami of Japan, made famous in the 1980s.

The game does not have the skill factor of the arcade video game, but it does have a bonus that simulates the animated frog’s famous zig-zagging journey across a busy street. The game also has a variety of random bonus features, including a mystery event that places the familiar Frogger screen on the game’s top monitor.

“Guests have been lining up to play Frogger with such a fun energy and anticipation, you can’t help but recall the enthusiasm created by the original game when it first hit arcades,” said Loren Gill, general manager at San Manuel Casino Indian Bingo & Casino. “Our players know we’re always working to bring them the latest slot games available, so they were thrilled to see Frogger here at San Manuel and couldn’t wait to explore the pathways to win.”

Konami’s Frogger slot is showcased with custom arcade-style magnetic cabinet wraps or bold sign displays championing the game’s iconic hero character. Popular Konami game features like Action Stacked Symbols and Xtra Reward are included throughout, alongside original new mechanics like leaping full-reel wild symbols that jump down to cover additional reel sets during the free games.

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