All Aboard with Konami

All Aboard with Konami

Konami Australia is releasing the All Aboard series of video slots, with a single-level linked progressive and four static bonus awards, and also Ba Fang Jin Bao to Asia. Both new progressive games series are highly volatile and compatible with Concerto Stack – the single-screen format cabinet which includes a captivating 43-inch HD vertical display, enhanced 4K graphics and signature Concerto highlight.

Konami releases Asian theme games Ba Fang Jin Bao, offering a four-level progressive with familiar three pick-and-match three symbols feature to win a progressive. The Ba Fang Jin Bao series has two titles: Fortune Totems (pictured) and Abundant Fortune.

The Western/ Locomotive theme – All Aboard series. All Aboard is a one-level progressive game offering in both standalone and progressive jackpot with four fixed amount bonuses. It is a multi-denomination product with scalable bonus prizes which is determined by the denomination selected as well as bet level. 

All Aboard has taken the Hold ‘n’ Respin Feature to a whole new level with its Repeat Win trigger during the popular All Aboard Feature. It is triggered by six or more scattered train symbols landing on screen. When the feature is triggered, all the train symbols transform into credit awards. After the win is registered, the credit awards remain in place on the reel array and all other spots become independent reels, re-spinning for three free spins. Each time an additional train symbol lands, it reveals a new credit award, and all of the credits on the board are awarded again.

All Aboard has been released with two base games – Dynamite Dash (pictured) and Piggy Pennies. Currently, there are over 5,000 All Aboard games installed across Australia and New Zealand in the last two years and the games have recently launched in North America and have already received a great response from the market.  

 

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