Flippin’ Wild—BALLY TECHNOLOGIES
August 25, 2011
Frog-themed game latest to emphasize Bally’s revolutionary Big Bang Free Games play mechanic
Bally Technologies introduces Flippin’ Wild on its stunning new ALPHA 2 Pro Series V32 game cabinet, with a dramatic 32-inch vertical touch-screen display. This exciting new video slot is a four-in-one game featuring five reels, 243 ways, and 500 credits max bet. Flippin’ Wild is a single-denomination game available configurable from one-cent to $100 all themed around an adorable frog splashing around in a pond.
This bonus-rich game includes an internal two-level, ‘must-hit’ mystery progressive that can be won in the base game; a Cannonball Free Games Bonus Feature; and a Cannonball Wild Bonus Feature. The double standalone two-level mystery progressive is randomly awarded during base-game play and pays an average 35,000 credits for the top award.
Flippin’ Wild is one of Bally’s first games to feature the Big Bang Free Games play mechanic, in which the player collects symbols during the Free Games feature, and the symbols turn wild on the last spin. This game features up to 11 Free Games at four times total bet! During the Cannonball Free Games Bonus Feature, three scattered Free Games symbols on reels one, three, and five award the player 11 Free Games on the triggering reel set. During the first 10 Free Games, the player is collecting Frogs that will become Wild on the 11th Free Game. The player can collect a maximum of 12 Frogs that will become Wild and appear on reels two through five in the last game. The Big Bang Free Games Bonus Feature will play again for all triggering reel sets and cannot be retriggered.
There’s also an exciting Cannonball Wild Bonus Feature that is randomly initiated before the reels stop spinning. One to five Cannonballs will randomly shoot out anywhere on reels two through five and become Wild. The Cannonball Wild Bonus Feature increases the chance to win with up to five Wilds appearing from the frog jumping cannonball-style on reel symbols!
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