Description: Williams Perfect Match Dotmations Slot Machine, WMS, circa 1999 (approved by Neveda gaming commision in 1999). One of the last dotmation slots made by Wms. Perfect Match slot machine has a 192x64 dot matrix display (DMD) in addition to the three spinning reels. has a TV game show feel where three of a kind earns bonus credits for the player, complete with swinging theme song, cheesy game show host, and glamorous assistant. Three Perfect Match symbols on the pay line and the game kicks into the Perfect Match bonus round. Host Phil Hopper pops up in the corner of the Dotmation display and reveals a grid of 30 tiles. He encourages the player to "Choose tiles until you match three identical symbols." The player hits "SPIN" to select tiles. Once three symbols match, both Phil and his glamorous assistant, Hanna Pull, congratulate the player. Should three Perfect Match symbols land on the center payline, the Super Match round begins. In the Super Match bonus, "wild" tiles can have a 2x, 3x, or 5x multiplier associated with them. Selecting three "5x Wild" tiles on the first three picks awards the top award of the game (40,000 coins on the 3-coin version). Available in 3 coin version (maybe 2 and 5 coins too, but I haven't seen those).
Slot has a very interesting and interactive bonus game. An arrow moves along a grid of boxes. Patron presses a button to reveal what's behind the box. Get three of the same pictures behind the boxes without "busting", and additional coins are won. This is one of the best bonus round dotmation spinning reel slot machines, as it requires player interaction during the bonus round. Very well done animations and voice calls.
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