The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has joined the multiplayer community slot gaming trend, adding Slingo Bonus Deluxe and Super Bankroll Bonus. The Isle, Seminole Coconut Creek and others have also tapped into the community gaming trend (I wrote about it awhile back).
Slingo Bonus Deluxe features a vivid 21-inch LCD screen and uses International Game Technology’s (IGT) highly competitive Double Diamond 20-line program. Three bonus symbols on any activated pay line ignite the “Deluxe” bonus round in which the player “flips” a blinking award card to reveal the bonus spins won, from eight to 16. Each spin sends the five video reels into motion. If a reel matches a number on the column above on the player’s grid or comes up as a Joker, the player wins a “spot hit,” earning him or her anywhere from one to 100 credits. Earning “Slingo,” which is all the numbers covered in a column, row or diagonal, or a full card (all numbers in the grid covered) awards additional credits, from 20 to 100.
Super Bankroll Bonus is a six-station community bonusing game with a five-reel, 20-line video slot that capitalizes on the popularity of AC Coin’s Bankroll. Like its forerunner, it promises to enhance the group experience on the casino floor with the excitement of a shared bonusing event. Over the last three years the original Bankroll has been placed in more than 400 casinos throughout North America.
Super Bankroll, at 7 feet by 6 feet 9 inches, entices players with jumbo-sized signage that features a scrolling display of a printing press printing oversized dollar bills while it broadcasts the song “Money (That’s What I Want).”