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Lotus Link

Incredible Technologies

Lotus Link

This new game series, with base games Soul of Egypt and Spirit of Prosperity, is featured on the new Prism Element cabinet, with its 55-inch 4K monitor and 18.5-inch PrismDeck touchscreen button panel.

The base game is a five-reel, 25-line video slot. Lotus Link features three growing pots, each with its own unique bonus feature enhancement. Any single scatter may trigger its corresponding bonus pot. However, if the bonus is not triggered, the scatter flies up to the pot and may increase the size.

Once the bonus is triggered, players are given an initial three spins to collect credit scatters on a three-by-five grid for a “Lock and Spin” bonus. Each time a scatter lands, the spin count is reset back to three. If three consecutive spins result in no scatters landing, the bonus ends.

Throughout each bonus event, progressive and jackpot scatters may land to award the corresponding prize.

The blue pot releases a Chain Reaction Lock and Spin bonus event. Each time a blue scatter lands on the reels, the value of the blue scatter is added to random locked scatters.

The red pot triggers a Lock and Spin bonus with the chance for a reel expansion to a six-by-five grid, for additional prizes. The Chain Reaction feature can even upgrade scatters waiting behind a locked grid.

The yellow pot initiates a 2X Upgrade feature for the Lock and Spin bonus. When a yellow scatter lands, all locked scatters on the active grids are given a 2X Upgrade.

As usual with this type of bonus, the goal is to trigger all three pots at once for a bonus enhanced to the maximum.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: Prism Element
Format: Five-reel, 25-line video slot
Max Bet: 250
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10, .25, .50, 1.00, 2.00
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 30%
Theoretical Hold: 5.79%-15.84%

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