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Money Roll

Incredible Technologies

Money Roll

This latest slot in IT’s “Money Family” of games uses both monitors of the Infinity cabinet to create a continuous display illustrating a printing press.

As with other games in the Money Family, the setup is simple and easy to understand—reel symbols include cash in various denominations (the animated dead president front-and-center), wild symbols and bonus trigger symbols. Wins are paid any time five or more like symbols appear on the screen, as long as they are connected starting from the left reel.

Incorporating a five-reel “Scatter Ways” format, Money Roll features “Mystery Stacks,” which are clusters of hidden symbols that can switch to any symbol, including the wild symbol and the free spin scatter, at random.

Additionally, a mystery “Fast Line Multiplier” feature can trigger on any spin with a scatter in the middle reel. In that case, all symbols in that row are added together, and the player must choose from three money bags to reveal a multiplier that can award up to four times the win.

Five or more scattered “Free Spins” symbols trigger a free-spin round that can retrigger up to 100 spins. The free-spin event plays out on an expanded reel set called “Mega Cash Reels.” The reels expand to the entire cabinet in a continuous display of eight rows of symbols, greatly increasing the number of scatter-pay wins.

Money Roll features fixed bet options of 35, 70, 105, 140 and 280, and is available exclusively on the company’s Infinity platform of casino games.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: Infinity
Format: Five-reel, scatter-pay video slot
Denomination: Multi-denomination; high denominations included
Max Bet: 35, 70, 105, 140, 280
Top Award: 10,500 credits times line bet
Hit Frequency: Approximately 70%
Theoretical Hold: 6%-14.85%

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