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    Fox N' Hound (IGT)


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    Borgata has this!

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    I'm surprised it is apparently available at an Iowa casino. Thanks for the post Joey.

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    Yes, they have it in $1 3RM 5 Lines. I belive Deb said it's part of their Vission series. I've seen several different variations of this game.
    A fun one

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    a yawner for me. played it a few times. bonus game was mostly for me "just hurry up already!" boring.

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    Had these in 5 cent denom always beside the telephone tag and wild taxi!
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    I have a couple of Fox 'n' Hound mugs. Really!
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    I just played this yesterday at Mohegan Sun CT! It was the $1 3-reel version. I hadn't heard of it before and didn't realize it was a $1 machine until I sat down at it. Normally would have walked away but I had just arrived so I went for it. Played for 10 minutes, got the bonus twice, cashed out up $300. I liked that it was low volatility for a $1 game as there were plenty of opportunities to get your bet back rather than sitting around losing every spin waiting for the big hit.

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