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Lucky Envelope

Konami Gaming, Inc.

Lucky Envelope

This new game group on Konami’s Dimension 49J cabinet features unique cash-on-reels events and a progressive bonus feature.

Inaugural games for the series are Lucky Envelope Jade Wealth and Lucky Envelope Plum Riches. Both are five-reel, 243-ways-to-win formats. The main cash-on-reels feature is called the Coin Feature in both games. When wild symbols land on the first two reels with at least one coin symbol on reels 3, 4 or 5, cash-on-reels Prize Symbols substitute for the coins and award the player the credits. In Jade Wealth, multipliers are added to the awards.

The Coin Feature is available both in primary and free-game rounds, but the free games differ slightly in each version. In both games, three scatter symbols trigger 12 free spins. In Plum Riches, the Coin Feature is triggered on a free spin with only one wild symbol on the first reel. In Jade Wealth, a wild on reel 1 or reel 2 multiplies the total coin prize for that spin by two or three, except in the case of Minor or Mini jackpot wins.

Randomly, a wild symbol on the first or second reel will trigger a progressive bonus picking feature. The player selects icons until matching three correlating to one of four jackpots—on the penny version, static prizes of $10 (Mini) or $25 (Minor); or progressives resetting at $500 (Major) or $10,000 (Grand).

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming, Inc.
Dimension 49J
Five-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slot
.01, .02, .05, .10
Max Bet:
Top Award:
Progressive; reset at 1 million times denomination
Hit Frequency: 23.91%Theoretical Hold: 3.52%-12.54%

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