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Prince sang about Purple Rain, the Weather Girls declared that It’s Raining Men, and according to Brook Benton it’s a Rainy Night in Georgia. But the only rain we’re interested in is the Money Rain that pours out of the reels of an amazing slot from Incredible Technologies.

The Money Rain video slot features US banknotes in various denominations in a 5×3 grid, and you collect cash whenever five or more of the same note are in view after a spin. We say ‘spin’, but the symbols actually flip in position with each game, and there are no reels or paylines to think about. Effectively, all banknotes are scatter symbols.

You’ll also see a free spins symbol that triggers up to 50 bonus games. A sixth reel to the right side of the main grid actually spins at times, potentially creating high-value combinations. If you think you’ve seen every slot variant going, then look again. Money Rain is a fascinating game from a developer that likes to do things a little differently.

Based in Vernon Hills, near Chicago, Incredible Technologies is a casino games developer that has been operating since 1985. Around 150 talented staff now work on slots, keno games and poker titles for land-based and online casinos. Slot machines such as Astro Cat and Leonidas: King of the Spartans are in their range, and each has dazzling features that give spinners unique ways to collect prizes. Money Roll is another slot from the company that uses the same Connecting Scatter Way format that’s seen on Money Rain, so they clearly know that this system works well and is a hit with slot players. Read on to discover how it works, then play free Money Rain video slots or make real cash wagers to see coins raining down on you.

Buckets of Banknotes

It’s easy to see what each symbol is worth as the denominations are printed right there on each banknote, along with the image of a president. George Washington is worth one credit, Abraham Lincoln is valued at five, and others are worth 10, 20, 50 and 100 credits. The top awards are paid by Roosevelt, who is valued at 500 credits. Any time five or more of the same president are in view in any places, you win a prize.

For example, five Washington notes will pay five credits, while 13 will pay 13 credits. Five Roosevelts at 500 credits each will pay 2,500, with nine examples of this symbol being worth a win of 4,500. But above these levels, you collect ‘Epic Wins’, claiming 7,000 and 7,500 credits when 14 or all 15 spots on the reels are filled with any single type of symbol.

You can’t miss the reel to the right of the grid of Money Rain, as this can add extra banknotes to the main game. A green dollar symbol turning up in any five or more places will send this reel spinning. It’s got the same banknote symbols on it, and whichever is landed in the center spot of the reel will be transferred to all of the dollar-sign positions that triggered the spin. It can give you enough of a symbol type to create a win or boost the value of a payout if you already had at least five of a kind in view.

Take Note of Free Spins

The free spins symbol in Money Rain isn’t worth anything on its own. But if you land three or more in any places, you’ll be awarded bonus games. Just three of this symbol will be worth eight extra spins, with four examples awarding 12 games. 20 free spins are yours when it’s landed in five spots at once, while the best outcome is for 50 bonus spins when it’s seen in any six or more places.

During these spins, a blue dollar sign appears. This will trigger a spin of the sixth reel in the same way as the base games, but only the four most valuable symbols will be on it. The lowest-paying symbol of Washington won’t appear at all during these spins, so the chances are that you’ll win higher prizes throughout the feature.

No matter how many free spins you win, there’s an initial prize of 45 credits to get you started. The games can be retriggered by three or more free spin symbols appearing at once, but the number of extra games depends on the stake. Either four, six, or eight more spins will play out, depending on how much the triggering bet was for.

Banking on Money Rain

The game is played with 30 credits, and all you need to do is decide the value of each and a bet level from one to six. Credits can be set from just 0.01 for a 0.30 stake per spin, to a high limit of 0.50, which combined with the maximum bet level of six equals a 90.00 wager.

There’s an Autoplay button that can be used to get the reels spinning for up to 500 times, as well as a Turbo mode which simply speeds things up to hopefully bring in the winnings at a faster rate. If you don’t mind listening to an annoying jingle as the game is in progress, activate the soundtrack. It’s probably not a good idea to play the tune of this mobile-optimized slot when you’re in public, though, as anyone around you is going to get ticked off. It might be a good idea to plug your headphones in.

More Cash-Based Slots

Because the gameplay is so unusual, being only shared with others in the same range, there’s not much to compare Money Rain to. But the cash theme is unsurprisingly quite a popular one. Bank Walt from Magnet Gaming is typical of the off-the-wall online slots from this Danish developer. Excellent 3D graphics in this five-reel, 20-line slot are overseen by Walt, a banker from the 1920s who stands to one side of the game. Symbols of cash, gold and dollar signs will appear, along with features such as reel respins after every win and a bank vault feature that can lead to progressive jackpot prizes.

Right on the Money

Incredible Technologies should be commended for coming up with such an innovative game. The Connecting Scatter Way system works really well and should give you plenty of winning spins, if ‘spin’ is the right word.

The bonus features are just as engaging, especially the sixth reel that can add extra banknotes to the main game and extra cash to your casino account balance. You can find Money Rain at reliable and trusted online casinos in many countries. It’s been licensed in a number of US jurisdictions and comes with a fair return-to-player percentage of over 94%.

If there’s anything we didn’t like about this slot, it’s the very minor details, such as the sound effects and the somewhat plain image of a grassy field that makes up the backdrop to the main game. But these are hardly deal-breakers, and overall we’re ready to give it a few more spins.

Play with presidents in this exciting banknote-themed slot, where a special reel can add extra symbols to the mix and you get to enjoy up to 50 free spins


Incredible Technologies finds success by daring to be different

By John Grochowski

Incredible Technologies has always dared to be different, something that’s been apparent from the time it was previewing its first slot machines in 2009, before a 2010 rollout. But what’s really remarkable is that IT is not only different, it’s successful to the point that other, more established slot manufacturers have had to sit up and take notice.

“At our first [Global Gaming Expo], people from other manufacturers would stop by our booth, and do you know what they said?” Richard Ditton, co-founder executive vice president of Incredible Technologies, said at the company’s Vernon Hills, Illinois, headquarters. “They told us, ‘We’ve seen a lot of new manufacturers, but you’re the only one we’ve seen with something worth stealing.”

Much innovation has come from IT since it added slot machines to long-standing success with coin-operated amusement games, including the mega-popular Golden Tee golf. It’s had successful games—notably Crazy Money—and it’s had some growing pains in finding the math models that keep players coming back for more.

Now it has a certified hit in Money Rain, a top performer in IT’s strongholds in California, the Midwest and the South. IT is in its early stages of entry into Nevada markets, and the push into the East is only a short time ahead. But in markets where Incredible is established, Money Rain has drawn raves from players and operators alike.

“Now we have a core game,” said co-founder and CEO Elaine Hodgson. “It’s out there, making several times the floor average [in revenue]. It’s a proven product.”

Money Rain also is a game that dares to be different—very different.

“Seemed like a bit of a stretch of the standard slot machine,” Ditton said. “Rather than spinning reels, have an old type of railroad display. Split cards flip down [in what’s called a ‘split flip display’] like old railroad station clocks. I used to love to watch the clocks flip at Union Station [in Chicago].

“The game makes a cool rainy sound, and in the free spins you have the catchy music, ‘Money rain, money rain, money rain. It has a scatter math model, not a left to right evaluation.

“There were some edges of resistance, people saying, ‘What are you doing? You have to have a standard reel display.’”

To which Hodgson chimed in, “Not me!”

At first glance, Money Rain looks to be a standard video slot display with five reels, each three symbols deep. Symbols are color coded pastiches on U.S. currency—the $1 bill features George Washington and has a green border, the $2 bill has Thomas Jefferson and a blue border and so on.

One surprise comes in with winning combinations. Then, you get a smile from the presidents on the $1, $2, $5, $20 and $50 bills as well as from Alexander Hamilton on the $10 and Benjamin Franklin on the $100.

“On real dollar bills, the presidents look so unhappy,” Ditton said. “When you have a win, Washington gives you a little smirk. Some players don’t see it right away, but when they do see it, they love it. When have you ever seen George Washington smile?”

Something Different

Several differences in game play give Money Rain a unique, fun feel:

  • The reels don’t spin, per se. Instead, it’s as if each symbol is on a hinge, and the bottom of a new symbol becomes detached from the top of the old, and swings down to reveal top and bottom of the new symbol. That’s the split flip display.
  • All symbols are scatter pays, rather than using paylines. You’re simply looking for enough matching symbols anywhere on the screen, rather than forming paylines from left to right.
  • Off to the right of the main display, there’s a bonus reel. When dollar sign symbols appear on the main reels, the side reel spins and lights up from one to four currency symbols, which then fly over to the main screen. If the side reel lands on the $100, then you’ll see some extra Ben Franklins on the main game, creating extra big winners.
  • Three or more storm clouds symbols launch the Money Rain free spins bonus. Values are increased for winners, bills and gold coins rain down the screen, and you just might find yourself singing along, “Money rain, money rain, money rain.”

It’s a game chock full of entertainment, but one even Ditton wasn’t certain would work.

“I didn’t think there was a chance of making this a successful game,” he said. “The math is too weird. It was created, I thought, like a movie. There are elements of music, elements of suspense. You don’t know what’s coming. It’s like having a present, but not knowing what’s in it, and then the game opens if for you.”

Hodgson credits Ditton, saying, “Richard is good at analyzing what makes players happy. Money Rain is fun. It makes you laugh.”

Figuring out what would please players in graphics, sound and game play is something Incredible has done since its beginnings in 1985—the company celebrated its 30th anniversary in June. It started off producing games for early home computers, such as the Commodore 64, then got involved in pinball through Stern Pinball and started on the path to coin-operated amusement games by developing video hardware for Capcom Bowling.

IT had its big breakthrough in 1989 with Golden Tee Golf, the most popular coin-op game of all time. A megahit in bars, restaurants and arcades, it also proved enormously popular online an in home game versions.

Golden Tee remains successful, but the coin-op market has long been declining, and that prompted IT’s entry into casino games,

“Golden Tee has been sustaining even though coin op has been declining,” Hodgson said. “In casinos, we were late to the party compared to some, but we were still having success in coin op. We started sending games out in 2010. We had a cool game in Crazy Money, but we had a lot to learn. Some games didn’t do so well.

“Now through Richard, we have a good handle on the math. We already had the graphics, but the math was hard to learn. Richard is a mathematician by training.”

Early Incredible games used a “Magic Touch” format, in which players could choose their game volatility. Basic gameplay and graphics would be the same, but you could touch the screen to choose “win often,” “win steady” or “win big.” Did you want frequent small winners? Fewer small pays but a better chance at a big jackpot? Something in between? You could choose your experience.

Right from the beginning, IT showed a willingness to play with the reels. Crazy Money features coin and currency symbols, but some of the currencies were aligned diagonally instead of horizontally, creating extra diagonal paylines. Cars was another attention grabber. Reels didn’t spin top over bottom, as usual. Instead, car symbols formed traffic that moved from left to right—essentially a side-to-side reel spin, while you looked for matching cars, trucks and motorcycles to line up.

“Cars brought us a lot of interest,” Hodgson said. “It had its day, but it wasn’t long lasting. All Mixed Up did do fairly well. People came to the booth to see what we would do next.”

Today, IT has branched out, with a variety of styles of play. That includes the high-denomination market, games with larger bets than the penny-per-line play that draws most of the action on casino floors. High denomination players generally demand higher volatility, games that emphasize gambling and big wins over entertainment value. There’s now a high-denom version of Crazy Money to appeal to those players.

Adaptation has been part of the learning process that included finding math models that attract players. Do you win often enough to keep you interested? Do you have enough of a shot to win big? Do the bonus events keep you coming back? That’s all in the math. So is the big question from the other side: Does the game make money for the casino.

“We realized players want different experiences,” Ditton said. “Anybody will have a good time on any game if they win a lot of money. But when they don’t win, we want them to say at the end of a session, ‘I lost some money, but I had a good time.’ It’s like going to a movie. You pay your $20, but if had a good time, then the movie is successful.”

There’s something competitors can take away from the IT experience, too, beyond all the creativity and innovations in these games with a difference.

“They can see that a new company can jump over the hurdles and make a product that works,” Hodgson said. “That casinos will embrace a new competitor in the mix, and that you can do interesting things that work, and not be afraid to take a risk.”

And most important of all, Ditton said, is finding “what gives players a good time. A lot of games seem like work. We want them to have fun.”

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