Voodoo Fortunes

Novomatic Americas

This new video slot from Novomatic highlights the sleek new V.I.P. Royal Curve cabinet, which features a 65-inch curved ultra-high definition LCD video monitor above a 27-inch main touch-screen. The immersive setup includes the V.I.P. Cobra Chair, with spin and betting buttons in the armrests and satellite speakers in the headrest.

The base game for Voodoo Fortunes is in the Allpay ways-to-win format in a three-by-five reel array. There are no paylines, with wins determined by adjacent symbols. The five-reel, three-row setup yields 247 ways to win on every spin.

In the base game, voodoo charms and talismans serve as the reel symbols. The “Wild Boy Doll” symbol one the second and fourth reels is wild, substituting for all symbols except the “Wild Girl Doll,” which appears on the third reel and doubles the pay in any winning combination.

Three or more Ouija symbols left to right trigger 10 free games, played at current bet. The free-game feature can be retriggered during the free spins.

The game features a four-level progressive jackpot feature, with the top jackpot either a stand-alone amount or part of Novomatic’s

Enchanted Fortunes progressive link. When both wild symbols appear on a spin, it can randomly trigger the Jackpot Feature. A field of 12 gold coins appears on the screen, and the player selects coins until matching three to win the corresponding jackpot.

Manufacturer: Novomatic Americas
Platform: V.I.P. Royal Curve
Format: Five-reel, ways-to-win video slot
Denomination: .01
Max Bet: 500
Top Award: 100 times total bet
Hit Frequency: Approximately 29%
Theoretical Hold: 3%-12%

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