A lot of software providers have been busy lately working on their latest video pokie games and releasing them in public. NetEnt is no exception and we saw a few new pokies launched the past months, which quite frankly don’t seem like nothing much. Not a lot of players found them attractive, especially the Legend pokies, so we expected a lot more from Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune.
We still can’t try the game for real because it is set to be launched on June 22nd,2016, but from what we saw in the intro video it seems like a great pokie game.
There are 50 active pay lines so the minimum bet per spin will be $0.50. The pay table and the maximum symbols payout is still unknown to us, but we had a chance to see the bonus features available and we have to admit we are more than satisfied with the features number. If everything goes well Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune may become the next big game from NetEnt, or at least become more popular than their never pokie games.
What We love
We have to say that we love the game theme, along with the symbols, sound and overall design. The carnivals we used to visit when we were kids had the same games that can be found on Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune and that brings back a lot of happy memories.
We love the fact that the wilds can come stacked on the 3 central reels and we hope it can happen on all 5 reels as well. The Ticket Bonus game looks great and we love how it is designed.
Each game requires a predefined number of tickets so a bit of strategy will be needed to win big, beside the standard luck factor. Also the Claw bonus feature looks interesting and could be a nice boost to the bankroll if it appears quite often.
What we Do not Like
We were surprised when we saw that there is no classic free spins bonus round. It seems that all bonus features in the game are focused on coin and cash prizes, which is a bit strange for NetEnt. It would be great to see a free spins bonus, but even so the number of features is pretty big.
We don’t have enough info to say about anything else we don’t like at the moment. The only thing that may be disappointing is a weak pay table, but we will wait and see.
We never suggest if a video pokie game is worth playing or not before we get a chance to try it out for real play. NetEnt is one of the leading software providers in the world and their video pokies are considered as the best from many gamblers. Still with their latest releases their reputation was stirred because they were nothing special and not too many gamblers were impressed with the possible pay outs.
The Bonus features in Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune look great, but the pay table information is missing and in the end that is one of the key factors if a game is worth playing to win big or not. What worries me is that the win with 3 wild reels was almost 200 x bet and that was with 3 symbols in 5 of a kind combinations. I expected much more so the pay table may turn out to be a disappointment.