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This Game ("the Game") is subject to these Game Procedures ("the Procedures"), the Rules for Interactive Instant Win Games ("the Rules") and the Interactive Account Terms and Conditions which can be found at the National Lottery website (www.national-lottery.co.uk). The meaning of any word or term in the Procedures shall be as defined in the Rules unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
Game Name: Cash Alley
Game Price: £0.50
There is a 1 in 2.94 overall chance of winning a Prize on each Play of the Game. The Expected Prize Payout Percentage for this game is 60.00%.
By choosing "Continue" on the "Buy Instant Win Game" page a Player is committed to the purchase of a Play, and the value of the purchase will be deducted from his National Lottery Account.
In playing this Game, Players acknowledge that it is a game of chance, that the outcome of a Play in the Game is pre-determined by the Interactive System at the point of purchase, and that the winning of a Prize in the Game does not involve the exercise of any skill or judgement by a Player.
If a Player or a Prospective Player is playing the Try Game version of this Game they acknowledge that they are not purchasing a Play and therefore the Game Price is not relevant and there are no Prizes.
Play Style, Play Symbols and determining a Valid Winning Play for Cash Alley
A Play Number is allocated to each Play, which can be found at the top right of the Game Play Window.
At the start of a Play, the Player is presented with a Game Play Window displaying five sets of cans and each set contains three cans. To the bottom of the Game Play Window are five different coloured sections as follows: yellow, pink, orange, blue and green. Each coloured section consists of a monetary amount, underneath which are three empty holes (the 'Prize Table'). Below the Prize Table four tennis balls are displayed, which represent the Player's number of goes.
To the bottom of the Game Play Window is the instruction: 'PICK 4 SETS OF CANS TO REVEAL COLOURS. MATCH 3 IDENTICAL COLOURS TO WIN.'
At the start of the Game, one of the tennis balls will be bouncing and the cans will be twinkling to indicate that the Player must select one of the sets of cans.
To commence a Play, the Player must position the cursor over one of the five sets of cans, which will highlight, and click. On doing so the tennis ball that is bouncing will fly into the chosen set of cans and either knock over none, one, two or all three cans. On knocking over any of the cans in a set, those cans knocked over will each display one of the colours in the Prize Table and the matching colour will populate the corresponding empty hole in the Prize Table, filling it with the same colour. At the same time the next ball will start bouncing to indicate the Player must choose his next set of cans. If the Player matches three identical colours, those colours will populate the corresponding coloured section in the Prize Table and the holes will animate to indicate that the Player has won the corresponding Prize amount displayed in that coloured section.
A Player's Play ends when he has selected four of the five sets of cans. The unselected set of cans will fade out to indicate that it is no longer selectable.
At the end of a game a message will appear to the top of the Game Play Window, indicating the amount the player has won, if any, and instructing him to click FINISH to complete the game.
The Player of a Play of this Game, having matched three identical colours shall, subject to the Rules, be entitled to a Prize as detailed in the table below:
|Prize Amount||Approx. odds (1 in x)|
Only one Prize Amount can be won per Play as detailed in the Prize Amounts and Odds table above.
In the event of any discrepancy or inconsistency between these Game Procedures - Cash Alley (of which the above How to Play section forms part) and any other information issued by the Company in respect of this Game, the Game Procedures - Cash Alley will prevail.Try now
There is no cost and no prize paid for try games.
Overall odds for winning a prize: 1 in 2.94
This Instant Win is a game of chance. The outcome of a play is decided at the point of purchase and your actions will not influence whether you win a prize.
Around 28% of total National Lottery revenue is expected to go to National Lottery Good Causes in the period up to March 2013.
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