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So Hot Forty Lines among Cadillac Jack's latest releases

August 13, 2009
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Fresh take on company's classic game delivers 40 Lines of sizzling new pay combinations

Cadillac Jack’s So Hot Forty Lines Class III game turns up the heat on one of the company’s most successful games. This fresh take on Cadillac Jack’s classic game delivers 40 Lines of sizzling new pay combinations.

So Hot Forty Lines has hot new graphics, vertical wilds, and a flame inducing Free Spin Bonus. Five free spins are awarded during the Free Spin Bonus that is triggered by the Bejeweled Spade symbol appearing in scatter formation on reels two, three, and four. Free spins can be retriggered. Players that stoke the inferno with Wild symbols will be richly rewarded. Red Seven symbols are Wild and substitute for any symbol except the Bejeweled Spade. The jackpot is awarded on max bet when the Wild symbol appears on all reels in all positions.

The alluring mystery behind the sensual and nomadic life of the gypsy is foretold in Jewel of the Gypsy, a Class II game. Jewel of the Gypsy is Cadillac Jack’s newest 50 Line video reel that lures players with the possibility of big winnings in their future. Jewel of the Gypsy is packed with rewarding features, which include free spins, vertical wilds, and double-the-lines. Players purchase one line and receive two. The Free Spin Bonus awards 4x total credits plus ten free spins and is triggered by the Fortune Teller symbol appearing in scatter formation on reels one, two, and three. Additional free spins can be won during the Free Spin Bonus. For the duration of the bonus, three lower paying symbols are converted to the highest paying symbol. The Gypsy Wagon symbol is Wild for all symbols except the Fortune Teller Symbol. Wild symbols can appear individually or vertically stacked.

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