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Ultra Rush

Incredible Technologies

Ultra Rush

This new game series on IT’s Infinity Skybox cabinet utilizes the two main monitors for simultaneous play on two stacked three-by-five reel sets. The top monitor features a jackpot wheel that awards one or more of five progressive prizes.

The inaugural release features two base themes, Sky Fire and Golden Steed. On each, the two reel sets work together for a 60-line base game.

Three golden medallion scatter symbols trigger 10 free spins with the chance to re-trigger for more free games, as well as win the “Ultra Rush” feature within any spin. The Ultra Rush hold-and-respin feature is triggered when six scatters land on the same spin, regardless of upper or lower reel set.

The six scatter symbols remain locked while all the rest of the regular symbols are cleared to reveal new reel sets holding only blanks, credit scatters and wheel scatters. Players begin the event with three free spins, but each time a scatter symbol lands, the free-spin countdown resets to three.

Filling the entire reel with scatters results in a large credit bonus, in addition to the accumulated credit amounts from the pearl scatter symbols.

Any wheel scatter symbols grant players the chance to spin the jackpot and progressive wheel. According to the company, there are more wheel scatters available the higher the bet.

The wheel displays all four progressives—the Mini, resetting at $10; the Minor, at $50; the Major, at $500; and the Grand, at $10,000. Players spin the wheel once for each wheel scatter accumulated in the free-spin bonus, which means players can win multiple progressives within any Ultra Rush bonus round.

Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
Platform: Infinity Skybox
Format: Five-reel, dual-reel set, 60-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10, .25, .50, 1.00
Max Bet: 75, 150, 225, 300, 375
Top Award: Progressive; resets at $10,000
Hit Frequency: 5.91%-14.16%

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