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The graphics on Monopoly Party Train are surprisingly great. They are animated and colourful, which is enough to draw people in and get them started. You’ll see many expected graphics on the board and slot reels, including the top hat, race car, treasure chests and much more. MONOPOLY PARTY TRAIN Party train was an early video slot game from the people who have brought us the line of monopoly games. The monopoly line has grown tremendously, there is even a progressive set of penny machines out there now, as well as some casino software programs for play at home on your computer. This is a bonus round from the Monopoly Party Train video slot machine. Taken @ Harrahs, Atlantic City. Miss Cathy takes home an outstanding 100X win.
Monopoly Party Train Slot Machine
MONOPOLY PARTY TRAIN
Party train was an early video slot game from the people who have brought us the line of monopoly games. The monopoly line has grown tremendously, there is even a progressive set of penny machines out there now, as well as some casino software programs for play at home on your computer. These cd software discs have several slot style games not available to play for money, but regardless are decent efforts, much more fun than some of the games presently on the casino floor.
it is unlikely to find monopoly party train on the casino floor in Atlantic City at this time. Probably not in Las Vegas either as these machines are not around much. Possibly the tribal casinos are a place they would still be found, I did see some Monopoly games in the Hard Rock at Seminole last winter. The base game was a nice nickel 9 line 5 coin max bet that was the norm at the time, pre-pennies and pre 25 to 50 line cash cows. The usual symbols were all present and the game was a decent play. I feel most of the early Monopoly games, even in nickels, had a payback range around 90%, slightly higher than what we find many nickel and penny games paying today. The bonus games were typical of the Monopoly line, one needed to pick a railroad tunnel, a train would venture around the and you would end up with dice throws to land your token on corresponding spots at one of the 40 spaces.
I still miss the Monopoly games from the past, i guess in Atlantic City it just felt right sitting along the Boardwalk and playing the games. I give this oldie a 3 star rating.