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Witch & Fabulous

Cadillac Jack

Witch & Fabulous

This is one of the newest games in Cadillac Jack’s 40 Line series, available in either Class III or Class II configuration. The witch theme is carried out through intricate graphics and art in reel symbols.

The five-reel, 40-line game is centered around wild symbols. In the base game, the three witch reel symbols can randomly be changed into wild symbols prior to any spin. Three or more scatter symbols on any reel trigger the main bonus feature, which introduces more wild symbols into a free-game event.

When the main bonus is triggered, a second screen appears for a pick feature that determines the number of wilds that are added to the free-spin reels.

The reels and symbols disappear and a bookshelf appears, revealing potions as picks. Eleven picks are shown, with one awarded. The Cauldron on the top screen explodes, releasing potions as Wilds. Wilds are added to the reels at the beginning of the free spin. The Wilds are added equally across all reels. The number of free spins also is determined by the pick feature.

The game is available in stand-alone or downloadable, server-based formats. It is rated with medium volatility, and is available with fixed or, in Class II only, progressive jackpots. It also features Cadillac Jack’s “SpeedPLAY” and “PlusPLAY” technologies. SpeedPLAY allows the player to choose not to watch the animation of spinning reels—in this mode, the game will go from one result to the next instantly. PlusPLAY awards a free spin for every 50 spins without a bonus.

Manufacturer: Cadillac Jack
Platform: 40 Line
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01—25.00
Max Bet: 200
Top Award: 100,000 times bet
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 5%—14%

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