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Pokie Magic releases Totem Treasure 2

updated 11:00 am EST, Wed February 14, 2007

Totem Treasure 2 released

Pokie Magic today released Totem Treasure 2 for Mac, marking the game development firm's first Mac game. Totem Treasure 2 is built with the PTK game engine, offering a spiritual Native American theme and feel. The game simulates a five or six reel slot machine on-screen enticing players to spin the reels, play a separate game of Roulette, or attend a card game for a chance to double winnings. The game features bonus screens to play for triple the current winnings, and players can win a large ever-increasing virtual jackpot. Totem Treasure 2 for Mac includes a "Wolf Feature" for free game plays, "Golden Wolves" for a chacne to win the progressive Wampum Jackpot, totem bonuses for extra game plays as well as increased multiples for earnings, and a Triple Golden Feature that gives players the chance at the end of a bonus round to triple winnings up to 24 times when they choose the correct golden totems. Totem Treasure 2 is priced at $20, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.




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  1. mrjohn

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Really, really offensive.

    Indian Chiefs! Golden Chiefs! Totems! Wampum Jackpots! Gambling!

    This almost does it's best to game trivializes Native American culture -- all that's missing are alcohol references.

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