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Savannah Sunrise

Savannah Sunrise takes you on safari to the African plains where wildlife abounds and riches await.

Cryptologic’s new video slot does not have any paylines, but there are still several ways to get paid! 243 ways to be exact.

So, how does a video slot work without paylines. It’s simple really. Savannah Sunrise operates solely by placing bets on reels and in every spin, there are 243 varying win combinations. There are 5 reels and players are able to select how many they would like to wager on, and how much they would like wager per spin. Obviously, wins are greater if all reels are played and bets are higher in denomination.

This video slot follows an African Safari theme with card symbols (9, 10, J, Q and K), as well as animal symbols. These include the bumbling Baboon, the striking Zebra, the regal Giraffe and the majestic African Elephant. In order to win, players need to secure any of these symbols across one of the 243 win combinations which can be viewed in the “Paytable” menu. The king of the jungle, the lion, is there to help you along the way. He acts as a wild symbol and substitutes for all symbols except the Tree scatter, which activates free games.

Free spins are awarded when 3 or more tree scatters appear. There are 20 free spins, but with the appearance of an additional 3 or more tree scatters, free games are retriggered. During this bonus feature, the lion symbol still acts as a wild, but only on reels 2 and 4. The appearance of a lion on reel 2, within a win combination, will pay 3X the win value. The appearance of a lion on reel 4, within a win combination, will pay 5X the win value. If the king of the jungle appears on reels 2 and 4, with both contributing to the win combination, the win value is multiplied by 15X. So, assuming a win combination jackpot of 500 coins is reached during free spins and the the lion wilds on reels 2 and 4 were active, then the payout would be a whopping 75 000 coins.

Savannah Sunrise will take you on a Safari you won’t soon forget. Just remember, always look to the trees for the ever elusive Lion.

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