When I look back at the time I was a kid and compare it with today youngsters, I can definitely say we had a much happier childhood. We didn’t have computers, internet or fancy phones but could play outside for as long as we wanted or until our parents came shouting at us to get inside.
There was no greater joy for a kid at that time when a travelling carnival would come in town and start setting up the tents and rides. Our parents would shove some money in our pockets and they knew they could take the rest of the day off, because we weren’t coming back till evening.
If you compare Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune to the old travelling carnivals you will remember all the games and rides you took on as a kid. If I think about it better the games like the Claw, Shoot the Duck or Shoot the Cans were the first form of gambling I came in touch with as a kid. I paid to play and if I won I got a prize in return.
They were in the forms of toys or pendants but here on Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune the prizes can be a big amount of cash on your account which seems much more attractive.
Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune is the latest announced video pokie game release by NetEnt. The game is set to go live on June 22nd, 2016 so we will have to wait a bit longer in order to try it for real play.
For now the only information available is from the intro video NetEnt released and I can say that from what we saw Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune looks very promising. There is no doubt that NetEnt will maintain the same quality their video pokies have so all that is left is to wait patiently.
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Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune is one of the few games by NetEnt that have 50 active pay lines. It seems like a real refreshment compared to most of their new 20 pay line pokies.
The animations, graphic and symbols are on a high level and we expected nothing less. The minimum bet per spin is set at $0.50 so the game will be available even to low roller players, who hope to boost their balance on small bets. Players can adjust the coin size and bet level, so from there on all that is left is to hit the spin button.
We were really happy to see that the designers in NetEnt put in a lot of effort into creating a big number of interesting bonus rounds. The first bonus feature that we found attractive are the stacked wild symbols in the form of rollercoaster carts. In the video, we saw them land on reels 2, 3 and 4 covering the entire reels and awarding a win of over 200 x bet.
This is great, but we have no information if they can come stacked on all reels or just on the 3 central ones. The second bonus feature is the Claw bonus. We saw that it is triggered if you land the claw symbol on the last reel, but again we have no info if it can land on the other reels as well, or if more of them can land at the same time.
This feature acts as a Claw machine and pulls out a toy from the central reel awarding a coin prize. The main feature in the game is the Theme Park Ticket Game which is triggered by landing 3 scatters on the reels and can also be won in the Theme Park Bonus Wheel . This feature has extra bonus games inside which are played by winning tickets and all of them award coin or cash prizes.
For now we have no information what the maximum possible payout in this game is. We didn’t get a sneak peak in the pay table or the bonus feature rules. We will have to wait for the official release to see the full payout potential possible.
Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune seems like a very interesting pokie and is definitely one of the best NetEnt released lately. It’s a bit strange that there is no classic free spins bonus round, but the rest of the features certainly compensate for that. We are eager to try it for real and see how high the payouts will be.
The bonus features in the Ticket Game seem interesting and it will be fun to see how high the payouts can go from each separate game and how many tickets we can win in total.