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Stuffed Coins

Konami Gaming

Stuffed Coins

This new game on Konami’s Dimension 27 cabinet is released with two base titles—Stuffed Coins Pig and Stuffed Coins Toad.

The base games are five-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slots. The games reprise the popular “Big Coin” mystery feature first seen in the game Ocean Spin. The top screen on the three-screen Dimension 27 cabinet streams bonus awards and four jackpots across all machines on the bank.

Randomly, the game’s main character—pig or toad—will appear on the screen to award one or two of the amounts streaming across the top. This includes two static jackpots—$25 (Mini) and $50 (Minor) in the penny version, and progressives resetting at $800 (Major) and $5,000 (Grand). The static jackpots scale according to the denomination selected—player-selectable penny, 2-cent, 5-cent and 10-cent denominations.

The top display also includes multiplier symbols—the feature can award a jackpot or credit award plus a multiplier up to 10X.

Also in the primary game, a wild symbol can appear in the center reel spot. This travels up to the character on the main top screen, which can in turn grant multipliers that apply to any win.

The main event is a free-spin feature that includes a hold-and-re-spin round. Three, four or five Gong symbols trigger eight, 10 or 12 free spins, respectively. During the free spins, three or more cash-on-reel coin symbols lock in place, and the reels re-spin for as long as more coin symbols land. The re-spins continue until no coin symbols land, or until all reel spots contain coins. At the end of the session, the main character can award a multiplier to the accumulated bonus.

The re-spins are not counted as free spins. When the feature ends, the free spins pick up where they left off when the re-spins were triggered.

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming

Platform: Dimension 27

Format: Five-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slot

Max Bet: 880

Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10

Top Award: Progressive; $5,000 reset

Hit Frequency: 28.14%

Theoretical Hold: 6%-12.9%

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