Today we have news of another new title set to launch soon from NetEnt, and whilst it has one of the longest slot titles ever, we’re keen to spin the reels on launch date of 22nd June 2016.
The full title for this coming soon slot from NetEnt is Theme Park: Tickets of Fortune and it’s set to offer all the fun of the fair across five reels, three rows and an impressive 50 paylines.
It will be available at many online casinos that offer NetEnt games; brands like Mr Green and Intercasino.
The slot is set to boast special features like the stacked wild substitutions, a Claw feature and no less than SIX bonus games.
All of the traditional A, K, Q, J, and 10 symbols can be found on the reels, each of these being balloons. You’ll also see Dodgems and other fairground ride cars across the reels.
The stacked wilds increase the winning potential and are rollercoaster cars with two passengers.
Activating the claw feature is done by spinning in the ‘claw’ on reel five. As it does on the traditional fairground grab game, a claw will appear in the centre of your screen, drop down and collect a cuddly toy. This will reveal a random win amount.
If you land a bonus wheel then you spin the wheel to reveal a bonus game or multiplier, dependent on which segment the pointer is in when the wheel stops spinning.
When you spin in three scatter symbols you will activate the Ticket Wheel. A wheel appears with the number of spins you have available.
Each segment of the wheel boasts a number of tickets with a value. Some offer the +1 option and that means a bonus spin (or two) of the wheel.
When all the spins are used you have to use your tickets on the six different bonus games available.
Each bonus of this NetEnt game costs a different amount of tickets to play. These are shown above the rides.
In the trailer below, 10 of the 19 tickets won are used to play the Duck Shoot bonus game. In this game you shoot five ducks and each will reveal a coin value or a multiplier.
When all five are shot, the total value is the amount you have won is multiplied as per any multipliers revealed.
Seven tickets were used to play Fishing and like with Duck Shoot, you pick ducks to reveal multipliers or coin values.
Two tickets were used to play Sledge Hammer and on this game you simply hit the ‘Test Your Strength’ machine to reveal a coin value.
Five tickets were used when the ticket wheel revealed a further 19 tickets won. On Skee Ball you launch the ball and when it hits a multiplier, you original bet is multiplied by this amount.
This costs three tickets to play and you launch three balls at three towers to reveal winning coin amounts.
Just one ticket will get you a go on the Punch bag bonus game and as the name suggests, you just have to punch the bag. This will reveal a coin amount.
To view the game in play from the official YouTube channel for NetEnt, just click the image below: