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Rise of the Incas

Aristocrat Technologies

Rise of the Incas

This new 25-line video slot employs Aristocrat’s new “Mega Pay” game feature, which multiplies the sets of reels during free-spin bonus events. Themed on the ancient Incas civilization from the Andes Mountains in South America, the primary game uses high-definition graphics and animation on the new Viridian WS wide-screen format to convey the theme.

The primary game is a fairly standard medium-volatility program, but an ante wager qualifies the player for a highly volatile bonus feature utilizing the Mega Pay game mechanic.

When three or more scattered “Idol” symbols appear on the screen,12 free games are awarded with all symbols on the fifth reel transformed into the wild Inca symbol. During the free spins, ruby symbols are collected to trigger the Mega Pay feature.

When 10 rubies are collected, a second reel set appears, and the free spins continue on two sets of reels, with all the symbols on reels 4 and 5 transformed to Incas. When 20 rubies are collected, three reel sets appear with Incas covering the three right-hand reels.  With 30 or more rubies collected, the remaining free spins are played out on four reel sets with all but the first reel covered with the wild Inca symbols.

Manufacturer: Aristocrat Technologies
Platform: GEN7/Viridian WS
Format: Five-reel, 25-line video slot
Denomination: All denominations available
Max Bet: 200, 400
Top Award: 1,000 credits times line bet
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 5.16%—14.37%

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