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Money Party Link: Sizzling Hot, Roaring Forties

Novomatic Americas

Money Party Link: Sizzling Hot, Roaring Forties

Novomatic is launching two new titles in its popular Money Party Link series, to join existing games Juicy Juicy and Fruity Fruity. The new titles are Money Party Sizzling Hot and Money Party Roaring Forties.

Sizzling Hot is a five-reel, five line slot; Roaring Forties is a five-reel, 50-line game. Both are classic fruit-and-7 reel games with the common Money Party Feature, which can lead to one of four progressive jackpots.

The top two progressive jackpots are line wins that can be landed anytime, but the two lower prizes are available only through the Money Party feature, a “Lock ‘N’ Win” bonus triggered by six or more scattered coin symbols.

When the coin symbols land, all coins are held in position for three initial respins. Re-spins are reset to three as long as additional coins appear. The feature ends when either no re-spins remain or all positions are full, awarding the top progressive Grand Jackpot, which resets at $15,000. A full screen also awards a 2X multiplier for all coin values, except for the Major and Grand jackpots.

Manufacturer: Novomatic Americas
Panthera 1.43 Curve, V.I.P. Lounge Curve 1.43, Novostar V.I.P. Royal 2.65
Five-reel, five-line or 50-line video slot
.01, .02, .05, .10
Max Bet:
Top Award:
Progressive; $15,000 reset
Hit Frequency:
Approximately 10% (Sizzling Hot), Approximately 15% (Roaring Forties)
Theoretical Hold: 5%-12%

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