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Super Buffalo, Super Dragon

Everi Holdings

Super Buffalo, Super Dragon

These sister games on Everi’s Empire Flex cabinet feature unique wheel bonuses offering multipliers and multiple wheel bonus awards.

Both base games are in a 243-ways-to-win format, with 15 individual reels set in a three-by-five array.

The wheel bonus on each game is triggered with at least six bonus symbols scattered on the screen. More than six bonus symbols in the triggering spin unlock special features on each game. In Super Buffalo, each bonus symbol beyond six increases the multiplier applied to the wheel bonus, up to 10X. In Super Buffalo, the extra symbols add extra wheel awards—up to 10 slices on the bonus wheel can yield the combined prizes that are displayed.

Both themes have a progressive bonus feature similar to the progressive bonus in the award-winning Smokin’ Hot Stuff Wicked Wheel game, but in a wheel format. The player locks in a progressive and then spins the inner wheel to either win that progressive or land an “Upgrade” symbol. The Upgrade symbol eliminates all static awards and the lower tiers from the wheel, leaving only the top four levels, for which the player spins again.

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings
Platform: Empire Flex
Format: 15-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slot
Denomination: .01 through 5.00
Max Bet: 350, 375
Top Award: Progressive; $15,000 reset
Hit Frequency: 30%
Theoretical Hold: 5%-17%

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