The French city of Paris and the ‘can can’ dance associated with it are the main features of Aristocrat Leisure Ltd’s newest slot machine title.
‘Can Can de Paris’ takes the stage in Aristocrat’s VERVEhd cabinet, making use of its 31.5” portrait monitor. In the bonus features, the reels grow vertically, up to a 500-line game.
The title comes to life in 1920 x 1080 graphics, powered by Aristocrat’s GEN7X platform.
Can Can de Paris is a four-level, single-site progressive game with three bonus features that allow players to win multiple jackpots in the same feature.
In the ‘Power Reel Feature’, when a stacked wild appears on a reel, both above and on the reel area, the reel height will grow to the top of the stacked wild symbol.
In the ‘Can Can High Kick Feature’, can-can dancers kick to raise the reel area to a randomly determined height, and one to four reels may randomly be changed to wild.
Finally, in the ‘Wheel Bonus Feature’, players have the chance to select their wheel volatility by choosing between one spin of the wheel with the triggered multiplier (x2, x3, x4, x6 or x10), or more spins of the wheel with a smaller multiplier. The player has the chance to win multiple jackpots and a credit or free game multiplier.
Can Can de Paris comes with a “dynamic LCD button deck, interactive edge lighting and ergonomic design optimised for extended-duration play,” says Aristocrat. Overhead bank signage is also available.
Can Can de Paris is configured as a 100-line game.
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