Choy’s Kingdom debuts on MarsX Cabinet – Aristocrat

Choy’s Kingdom debuts on MarsX Cabinet – Aristocrat

Aristocrat has done it again, introducing a one-of-a-kind new slot game that combines the mystique of ancient Chinese kingdom and the engaging element of modern gameplay mechanics.

Last September 14, the Australian gaming manufacturer unveiled its new VGT Class II title Choy’s Kingdom.

Choy’s Kingdom: Feature-Rich Real-Money Slot

Choy’s Kingdom hit the casino floor with two new titles: Dancing Foo and Lunar Festival.

This combo of Oriental-inspired games takes players into a realm of Chinese antiquity. There, players set off on an adventure like no other, searching for lucking joi, bearing drums, ancient coins, dancing dragons, and Choy’s money bags.

Choy’s Kingdom draws its inspiration from one of the all-time classic slot games, Gold Stacks 88. While it possesses striking similarities to other Asian-inspired slot titles, the combination of Hold & Spin and quadruple-play potential makes this game a lot more distinct from its peers.

Game Mechanics

Choy’s Kingdom challenges players to look out for red and gold money bags as these items activate all kinds of features. From there, players can multiply their winnings each time they trigger the Hold & Spin action with single, double, triple, and quadruple Hold & Spin potential.

The new Aristocrat slot game also offers several bonuses and modes to bring the excitement to a whole new level. Players will come across features like player-selectable multi-denominations, two linked jackpots, and two linear bonus prizes. Developers included these components to optimize winning potential. Also in this game, players could get a chance to take home at least $10,000 by triggering the grand SSP Jackpot.

The Hold & Spin game mechanic has the power to increase the pot money by several folds. In order for the players to trigger the feature and get four extra reels, they will need to land six or more red money bags on the view. As for the Super Hold & Spin, the prize at stake may wind up even bigger once six or more gold money land on the playing grid.

The game also allows players to choose the volatility level of the game. Players must decide if they want fewer free games with more money bags or more free games with fewer money bags. The Free Games mode usually brings in more money bags on the reels for a higher chance of hitting the Hold & Spin and Super Hold & Spin features.

As one of the games offered on the MarsX cabinet, Choy’s Kingdom games are highly volatile with an above-average feature frequency and betting denominations range (1c and $1).

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