Aristocrat Gaming will showcase a new collection of player-favourite For Sale Link games at ICE on stand S6-250, including Mo Mummy, Ji Cai Hao Yun, and Tian Ci Jin Lu, along with the popular Mighty Cash Ultra and 5 Dragons Ultra. Aristocrat Gaming will also debut links on Aristocrat’s landmark MarsX Dual cabinets.
“Our For Sale Link collection is a leap forward for the EMEA gaming market. Now operators can own some of the industry’s most popular linked game titles, giving them further flexibility in creating a floor mix that appeals to a wide range of players,” said Chris Rowe, managing director of LATAM & EMEA, Aristocrat Gaming.
Game details include:
- Mo Mummy – a three pot/bag style game with a Cash Collect feature where players collect diamonds that can make the mummy larger, increasing chances to collect prizes and receive more spins.
- Jin Cai Hao Yun – combines Reel Growth and Hold & Spin mechanics, with two distinct themes
- sporting unique features where a metamorphic trigger can lead to a random pick’em Jackpot Feature.
- Tian Ci Jin Lu – featuring Hold & Spin with more chances to win, and a classic match 3 pick’em bonus round. Each non-winning spin increases the progressive jackpot, and a Great Dragon offers players a potential metamorphic award.
- Mighty Cash Ultra – adds bonuses and stunning animations to the Hold & Spin feature. By triggering The Mighty Cash Ultra feature, players can randomly boost Mighty Cash prizes throughout the game.
- 5 Dragons Ultra – an innovative feature where players can receive free games with the Second Chance Trigger. Land a wild and score a multiplier; windows during bonus games raise the roof on those wins.
Aristocrat Gaming will also offer a broad range of For Sale standalone titles including Bao Zhu Zhao Fu, Bonus Boost 888, Coin Trio, Flamin’ Fortunes, Player’s Choice Multigame, Scorchin’ Fortune, Winner’s World and Zorro – Power of Z.
Additionally shown will be a collection of entertaining Licensed games, an RSA Bingo market collection, and the first multi-game tailored to the Spanish Arcade Market.
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