Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune Slot Review
Released: June 2016
Software: Net Entertainment
Coin Values: 0.01 up to 1
What can be more exciting than taking a trip to a theme park and enjoying various rides? Arguably being able to do that from the comfort of your home while winning money should easily beat a conventional establishment hands down, which can be understood as the reasoning behind why NetEnt decided upon such an exhilarating theme.
As you’d expect with a title such as this the feel of the game is bright, vivid, and above all steeped in endless amounts of fun, all of which is neatly packaged into a colourful array of cartoon illustrations. If you’re an avid player of video slots than you’ll have come to expect that some symbols are more visually interesting and appealing than others, which normally indicates the importance of said icons. The symbols presented here aren’t the most impressive we’ve come across in our time, but they have a quaint sort of appeal that feels individual to the game.
Putting aside the conventional symbols, the rollercoaster with a happy duo sat inside enjoying the ride is the Wild that you’ll be wanting to make friends with during the game. Not only do Wilds substitute a selection of icons, but in this particular title it becomes stacked when it occupies the third reel. As fun as that may be to users, it’s the seven Bonus Rounds that will undoubtedly be your main sources of entertainment and monetary gain. To ensure you get the full lowdown of each, we’ve separated the mini games into individual bite size sections.
- Punch Bag Feature: To be in with a chance of winning between 2x and 25x your original bet, players need to hit the punch bag that appears before them.
- Claw Feature: In the main part of the title, a claw icon can be discovered on the fifth reel, should this happen then the claw will plunge down and grab a prize that offers a multiplier of the stake you placed.
- Duck Shoot Feature: A bit like hook-a-duck, this mini game is about taking down five of the ducks shown in order to get up to 50x your bet. What is more, a multiplier of 4x is applied here, so you stand to heavily increase your overall winnings during this round.
- Sledge Hammer Features: Just as the real life version of this game, if you manage to ring the bell you get a prize, and here that prize is up to 100x what you bet at the beginning.
- Skee Ball Feature: Here players land the balls in holes to get a cash prize which, as you might have guessed, grants you multipliers and up to 100x your stake.
- Fishing Feature: Also similar to hook-a-duck in nature, the aim here is to hook the fish and bag yourself a nice selection of prizes. Although you initially have five chances, you can win a further five to end up with a total of ten.
- Can Tower Feature: There are three lots of stacked cans and you need to knock them down to get rewards; should you get rid of all of them you get over 800x your bet.
This game is packed with so many features that it’s easy to overlook any issues you take with the way it looks. The abundance of features means you can end up with a hefty sum to take home should you keep on winning, however, the fact that the bonus rounds are so similar in nature may start to become repetitive should you play the title a lot. Either way we’re sure you’ll enjoy this medium/high variance game, although don’t be fooled into thinking this is the best that the brand has to offer, for they have much more complex and attractive activities.