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Money to Burn Classic

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The [Coin-Op] Slot Machine by WMS Gaming, Inc. [Chicago, IL, USA]

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[Coin-Op] Slot Machine

Money to Burn Classic © WMS Gaming.


An old favorite that was destined to become a classic, Money to Burn Classic is the 5-reel slot game featuring an entertaining firehouse theme that will burn up any casino floor! The game play of Money to Burn Classic mirrors the original game, but now features enhanced graphics, and better sound to create an even more engaging player experience.

When three or more alarm bells land on an active pay line the Money to BurnĀ® bonus round is triggered and the screen transitions to show three fire trucks in front of a burning building that is made up of three floors, each with six burning windows, and each worth different bonus amounts. The player is prompted to pick one of the fire trucks, which each represent a different floor. The bottom floor awards the lowest bonus amounts, the middle awards medium, and the top-level awards the highest bonus pays. Once a truck has been picked, that level of the building will be highlighted and the others will fade out slightly as the player is prompted to choose 3 of the six windows on the highlighted floor. Credits are awarded for each window chosen, but the player is really in search of the fire extinguisher, which will put the fire out in all remaining windows on that floor and award the player with the opportunity to pick another fire truck. If the player does not find the fire extinguisher the remaining windows will reveal their multipliers and the bonus round will come to a close.

When a firefighter's helmet, jacket, and boots land in sequential order on the last three reels the player will be awarded with a multiplier of 10 times the total bet.
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Five reel video slot available in 9 line, 9/18/27/45/90/180 coin versions.

Five reel video slot available in 15 line, 15/30/45/60/75/150/300 coin versions.

Five reel video slot available in 20 line, 20/40/100/180/200/400 coin versions.

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