The theme of Theme Park is obviously a theme park. It’s bright, colourful and quite cartoonish. If slots were made for children, this would be the first one we’d recommend.
The theme of Theme Park is obviously a theme park. It’s bright, colourful and quite cartoonish. If slots were made for children, this would be the first one we’d recommend. Alas, they are not, which is why the theme may feel just a little too childish for some. If you nourish your inner child, however, you might actually enjoy this one for all the bonus games it has to offer.
On the reels you’ll find a number of theme park rides such as the bumper car, a toy airplane, a rocket, a swan and a pony to sit on. The playing card symbols look like balloon animals, which is very much in keeping with the theme. They range from 10 to Ace.
The red rocket is the highest value symbol and reels in 400 coins, if you manage to get five of it on one payline. The toy plane brings in 300 coins in a similar combination and the bumper car is worth 250 coins. The swan comes with 200 coins in a 5-of-a-kind combination and the pony still reels in 150 coins.
Theme Park plays a little as if you were actually visiting a theme park. There are mini games to be had during the main game as well as the bonus game and it rarely gets boring. Look out for the stacked rollercoaster wilds, which appear on reels 2, 3 and 4 and rush past as if you were really on a rollercoaster. Wins can be handsome when the rollercoaster does happen to stop, which is not too often.
The claw symbol shows up only on reel 5 and when it does it will pluck a stuffed toy from somewhere as if you just played with one of those claw machines. The toy will come with a random coin prize.
Then there is the bonus symbol, which also only appears on reel 5. When it shows up, you’ll be looking at the theme park bonus wheel, which may award a coin prize or one of the mini games that are part of the theme park ticket game as well. What those mini games look like is explained below.
The theme park ticket game is launched either via the theme park bonus wheel or by collecting three scatters on the reels. Whichever way it is triggered in the end, you will first spin a wheel of fortune in order to determine how many tickets you’ll receive. After all, just as in a real life theme park, tickets are required to use the attractions. On average you may get 5 to 12 tickets, but more is definitely possible. Then you will look at a theme park map with the location of the different attractions and how many tickets each one costs. You can use your tickets on any of them just as long as you have enough.
In the Can Tower booth you get three can towers, which you can try and topple with the help of the balls you’re given. Every time you hit the cans successfully, you get coin wins.
At the Duck Shoot attraction you’ll get five opportunities to shoot at ducks and increase your multiplier between 1x and 4x. Each duck also comes with a coin prize.
You may also go Fishing. Here you get a number of picks and it’s basically a question of hook, line and sinker. Each fish caught will reveal a coin prize as well.
At the Punch Bag you can test your strength. Hit it and watch the metre rise for yet another coin prize. Another place for you to test your strength is with the Sledge Hammer. You’ll need to hit it has hard as possible and once more coin prizes will be your reward.
More multipliers can be had when playing Skee Ball. This one is tricky, but it’s possible to get up to 20x multipliers here.
The return to player (RTP) rate of Theme Park is a theoretical 96.52%. That’s good value, but you’ll find that coin prizes tend to be relatively small even in the mini games. Considering how many games there are and how many opportunities you will have to play all of them, it’s surprising how few bigger wins are possible in this slot. It is entertaining, but once you’ve played all the mini games a few times, you will find the novelty of it wearing off. And there are no free spins, which might be disappointing to some.
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