Hole in One
Hole in One Information & Game Rules
These 5-Reel Bonus Slot games have three bonus rounds, one where the player clicks on items to reveal Win Multipliers, and two additional scatter pay bonus rounds. There are four 5-Reel Bonus Slot pay table models: 1. Fast Track, Hollywood Reels and Hole In One, 2. Fruit Party and Oktoberfest, 3. Cash Inferno, Bullseye Bucks, and Arthur's Quest, and 4. Goooal!! uses its own model.
The goal is to achieve a winning combination of symbols on the game's reels, along any of 9 possible pay lines. The player can select any or all of the pay lines, and bet up to 5 credits on each one. In the bonus round, the objective is to click on as many items as possible before clicking on the Collect object.
All winning patterns for regular play begin with a symbol on the left-most reel, and continue left to right, along the pay line. The symbols must be beside each other with no other symbols in between them in order to win.
Players can view the payouts and each winning combination by clicking the Pay Table button.
Each game has a wild card symbol:
The blue car in Fast Track, the monster movie scene in Hollywood Reels and the Wild golf ball in Hole In One are wild symbols. This means that in addition to paying out on 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 wild symbols (from left to right), the wild symbol is also used to complete combinations that use the other specific symbols from each game, the vehicle symbols in Fast Track, the movie scenes in Hollywood reels and the golf balls in Hole In One.
For example, if the player is in Fast Track and gets 1 blue car symbol and 2 yellow motorcycle symbols beside each other, starting at the left-most reel on a pay line, the player wins the payout for 3 yellow motorcycle symbols.
These are the nine possible pay lines:
Note that some squares are used in more than one pay line. Since the wild symbols or the ones they are matched with (vehicles or movie scenes) win even if there is only one of them, having one of these symbols in, for example, the bottom left-most corner means the player will win on 3 paylines: 3, 5, and 9.
Payout amounts vary depending on what the symbol is and how many symbols are in a row - 3, 4, or 5 (or in the case of any of the symbols mentioned above, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5). A winning payline will light up and display the number of credits won.
Scatter Pay Bonus Play
Each game has 2 scatter pay bonus symbols. If the player gets 3 or more of these symbols on adjacent reels, the screen will change and the amount of their bonus will be automatically revealed.
Regular Bonus Play
Each game also has a regular bonus symbol, shown below (left to right, Fast Track, Hollywood Reels and Hole In One):
If the player gets 3 or more of this bonus symbol, they enter a different bonus game. Twelve theme-related items are displayed. Each item is worth a Win Multiplier of 5x, 2x or 1x. The Win Multipliers increase the final amount won. One of the reels will say Collect when clicked. The goal is to click on the highest number of Win Multipliers possible before the Collect item is selected. If the player clicks on the Collect item first, they win all the Win Multipliers.
For all the bonus rounds, the more symbols that trigger the bonus round, the higher the bonus calculation (Bonus Multiplier).
Bonus Round Summary
Bonus winnings are calculated as follows:
Win multiplier x Bonus multiplier x Credits played. The amount this is worth in actual money depends on how much each credit is worth.
Credits Played - Number of credits played on the spin that triggered the bonus (1 to 45)
Bonus Multiplier - Number of reel bonus symbols that triggered the bonus (Bonus multiplier of 1, 2 or 3 for having 3, 4 or 5 bonus symbols)
Win Multiplier - Number of multipliers uncovered in the bonus round (1 to 20).
The Scatter bonus features also use the same formula to calculate the bonus. The only difference between the Scatter type bonuses and the other bonus is that the Win Multiplier is randomly selected and calculated instantly. Therefore, although the number seems to be randomly generated, the bonus will still be larger if the player bets more credits and gets more Bonus Multipliers.
Once all the multipliers have been determined, they are tabulated in the Bonus Round Summary.
The long term, average expected RTP is 90.00%. System malfunction voids all pays and play.