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Peek-A-Boo Pixie

Bally Technologies

Peek-A-Boo Pixie

This new game on Bally’s V22/32 cabinet—featuring a 22-inch game screen topped by a 32-inch vertical top-box monitor—presents a magical pixie theme in high-definition animation.

The base game, a five-reel, 40-line video slot, includes a “Mystery Stack” feature. Each reel has mystery symbol positions that are randomly replaced by qualifying symbols, increasing chances for five-of-a-kind wins. The random feature also is included in the free-spin round.

There are two main bonus features. The main bonus is a wheel spin. Up to 12 Wheel Bonus symbols on the middle reels trigger up to three spins on a giant wheel depicted from the side on the tall vertical top-box monitor. It is a “U-Spin” wheel; players can touch the screen to spin the wheel, which will turn at different speeds depending on the amount of pressure applied to the spin. According to the manufacturer, the feature occurs every 156 spins on average, and returns an average of 1,296 credits times the line bet.

Three scattered Free Games symbols on the middle reels trigger a free-game bonus. Players select one of four windows displayed on the screen to reveal an award of seven to 15 free games with all pays tripled.

The game’s top award of 50,000 credits is won with a full screen of Peek-a-Boo Pixie symbols.

Manufacturer: Bally Technologies
Platform: Alpha 2
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01-1,000.00
Max Bet: 2,500
Top Award: 50,000 credits times line bet
Hit Frequency: 30.98%
Theoretical Hold: 3.94%-14.77%


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