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    New (to me) clone of Stinkin' Rich

    Visited Delaware Park the other day. They've ripped out many of my old favorites. But I did try a new machine with a Northwest outdoors theme -- no idea what the name was, but eventually I realized it's Stinkin' Rich in Eddie Bauer clothing. Also no idea whether this is a new game or five years old and finally arriving in Delaware.

    I didn't do well, so didn't play long. Anybody have advice on whether this plays the same as SR and Bombay?

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    no clones i am aware of.

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    I think the slot is named White water?
    Shows rafting pics? They them mixed in with STinkin Rich slots at GN.
    Same line set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oceana11 View Post
    I think the slot is named White water?
    Shows rafting pics? They them mixed in with STinkin Rich slots at GN.
    Same line set up.
    That is a line game i believe only 20-25 lines i think. Atleast the white water rafting one at my na local is.

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    The only clones I know of are Sands of Gold (which I NEVER see) and Bombay.
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    Found a Sands of Gold video on Youtube. They said the game was at Peppermill Reno years ago.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x3Lidck_Go
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    Highliner is also a clone of SR

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    Thanks Meedis, fun to see that again!!! I wish I could find that game. McGlaven...... Highliner? Never heard of it. On to Google..... haha
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    I've played Whitewater at Borgata. It has a very different bonus; you accumulate tokens (rafts in this case) to re-trigger, kinda like the one with the salmon fishing. Plus Whitewater doesn't have 100 lines, unless there's a new version.

    I'll have to take a picture next time I'm at Delaware Park. Or at least write down the name. I can never remember the names of these games . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGlaven View Post
    Highliner is also a clone of SR
    That's the one, McGlaven! I finally got back to Delaware Park and checked. Today I got a couple really nice bonuses, then gave it all back and then some. So from my point of view it plays *exactly* like Stinkin' Rich and Bombay!

    Here's the IGT page for anyone interested: http://www.igt.com/us-en/games/game-...8696&showtab=1

    And a youtube video. There aren't many, so it must not be a very common machine.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbk3FXFinvM

    Among Delaware Park's "new" machines, along with that one Highliner, are a couple Grizzly's. That's such an old machine, but I only discovered it a few months ago. One of my new faves.

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