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San Bao Dragons

Ainsworth Game Technology

San Bao Dragons

This game on Ainsworth’s new A-STAR Raptor cabinet features a perceived-persistence, pot-style collection bonus that can lead to one of three enhancements for a free-spin round.

The base game is a five-reel, 50-line video slot. The pots are three different-colored dragon eggs, their size increasing every time a gold coin lands on the reels and travels to the top display. Randomly, one or mor dragon eggs will “hatch,” and the corresponding dragon will appear to award the free games.

The green dragon awards eight “Sticky Free Games.” Any wild symbol that lands remains in place for the duration of the feature. The gold dragon awards eight Jackpot Free Games, with the reel array including symbols corresponding to the five jackpots—static prizes of $3 (Mini), $8 (Minor) and $15 (Maxi), and progressives starting at $500 (Major) and $10,000 (Grand). Two, three, four, five or six jackpot symbols are required to fill the meters under the respective jackpots. The player can win more than one jackpot in the feature.

The blue dragon awards extra free games to the reel array, potentially extending the free-spin session. The object, of course, it to unlock all three enhancements at once.

 

San Bao DragonsManufacturer: Ainsworth Game Technology
Platform: A-STAR Raptor
Format: Five-reel, 50-line video slot
Max Bet: $30
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 30%
RTP Range: 88%-90%

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