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Timberwolf Grand

Aristocrat Technologies

Timberwolf Grand

With this release, Aristocrat places its popular legacy Timber Wolf brand into the Grand Series, in the imposing Arc Double cabinet and its dual 42-inch curved high-definition touch-screen monitors, 5.1 stereo sound and premium ergonomic design. Grand Series games also feature a dual-wheel bonus that awards free games, multipliers or one of five progressive jackpots—the top prize available with either a stand-alone $5,000 reset or in a multi-site version resetting at $250,000. Other progressives start at $10, $20, $100 and $750.

The base game places the Timber Wolf theme into its unique Xtra Reel Power configuration, in a 4-5-5-5-4 array (four rows of symbols on each end with five rows on the middle reels). In this setup, there are 2,000 possible ways to win on every spin. The base game also offers Aristocrat’s Xtra Stacking symbols, with clusters of like symbols returning big wins—including the possibility of a full screen of the high-paying Wolf symbols.

When the dual-wheel Jackpot Bonus is triggered, the top wheel on the big screen spins to award credit amounts, free spins or one of the jackpots. Free-spin wins include 3X an 5X wild multipliers and re-spins. If the wheel lands on one of the four lower jackpots, the lower wheel spins for a multiplier on the jackpot ranging from 2X to 10X.

Free spins can also lead to the Jackpot Bonus, which means more than one jackpot can be won in a single bonus event.

Manufacturer: Aristocrat Technologies
Platform: Arc Double
Format: Five-reel, 2,000-ways-to-win video slot
Denomination: Multi-site progressive (MSP)—.01, .02
Stand-alone progressive (SAP)—.01-20.00
Max Bet: 375
Top Award: MSP—$250,000 reset
SAP—$5,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 5.83%-11.31%

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