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Fire Light

May 11, 2010 7:02 AM by GT Staff

Fire Light video slot machineYou could say it’s a game 500 years in the making.

Legend says the phoenix lived 500 years before rising from its own ashes to soar to legendary heights. Now capturing the power of the phoenix legend, Aristocrat’s new Power Pay game, Fire Light video slot will soon be lighting up casino floors in Nevada and GLI jurisdictions.

Adding some heat to the fun, a VOLCANO flowing with lava substitutes for all symbols except PHOENIX. When the volcano substitutes in a win, that win is multiplied by 2, 3 or 5!

The PHOENIX symbol is a scatter, and awards 6, 9 or 12 free games when 3, 4 or 5 PHOENIX appears.

The fun grows during the free games because reels 1 and 2 pair up to become twin reels. Twin reels are a pair of reels that display the same symbols in adjacent positions when spun.

The excitement is multiplied when the player chooses Power Pay, an optional +5 credit ante bet. When Power Pay is engaged, during the free games, reels 1 and 2 pair up to become twin reels and reels 4 and 5 pair up to become twin reels! This makes it much more likely to win in even more ways.

Fire Light has a medium to high volatility and an average feature frequency. Fire Light is available for all denominations, with 1¢ and 2¢ the preferred denominations.

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