Bally Technologies Inc has launched a new title for the Duo Fu Duo Cai link series of slot games that have proven very popular in Macau.
The new title is called “Dancing Drums”, and it joins the existing titles “88 Fortunes”, “5 Fortunes” and Diamond Eternity”.
“We are excited to launch Dancing Drums, the fourth game of the Duo Fu Duo Cai family,” said Ken Jolly, senior vice president for Asia. “The Duo Fu Duo Cai link has created a phenomenal success in Asia and the global market, with its volatility and features designed specifically for Asian players.”
One novelty of Dancing Drums is that it allows players to select the level of volatility, with three options available. It also offers what is known in the industry as ‘high retrigger frequency’, and the jackpot can be retriggered in base games and in free games.
Bally Technologies says the Duo Fu Duo Cai product series has already been installed in 20 countries across four continents. It will be introduced in nine additional countries within the next six months, the company says.
The series’ Chinese name is pronounced ‘Door Foo Door Chai’ and means in English ‘a lot of luck/fortune, a lot of treasure/money’.
Bally Technologies says the four-level progressive link product delivers what it calls an “All Up” Chinese-themed game style where all lines are always in play even at minimum bet of one credit. Duo Fu Duo Cai was designed specifically for Asian markets.
Wayne Freeman, the company’s product director for electronic gaming machines – Asia, said: “The vision was to design a total link package with the game being the primary focus… with a plan of each new game to contain new unique feature[s], [and to] follow a story board for players to identify [with] and be part of an ongoing journey.”
He added: “The link component was the secondary focus…designed to encourage the story, to complete the game package.”
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