MONOPOLY Bring the House Down UK Slot Game
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MONOPOLY Bring the House Down UK Slot
Monopoly Bring The House Down is a 5 reels, 40 paylines UK slots game by Barcrest. Monopoly Bring The House Down has Wild, Bonus symbols, Bonus Game, Multiplier, and Free Spins features, and an RTP of 96.1%. If you’re looking to play Monopoly Bring The House Down, you’re in the right place here at UK Slot Games. Don’t forget we also offer more than 500 other leading UK slots, including Great Rhino, Starburst, Rainbow Riches and Bonanza.
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Anybody who’s enjoyed the fun and frustration of playing Britain’s most popular board game with friends or family will recognize both the name and the imagery of this slot from Barcrest immediately. Monopoly is a board game which is ingrained in our culture, and seems to make an appearance every family gathering whether we want it to or not! Players make their way across a board, building properties and trying to win pretend money as they go. We think Monopoly Bring The House Down by Barcrest is better than the old board game though; here, the money you win is real!
There are several Monopoly-themed UK slots players can choose from, and this isn't the first of them. In our opinion though, it is the best. It's got some clever bonus features and gameplay tweaks which can make it generous, and it also finds smart ways to implement features from the board game into the slot. You can tell it was created with a lot of respect and affection for its source material. It seems only right that one of our oldest and most respected board games has been brought to life in this way by one of our oldest and most respected UK slots developers.
In the blue background of the slot, you can just about make out a standard Monopoly board, mostly obscured by the reels, and helpful information about the bonus features, which remain in view at all times during the base game. The layout is an expanded one, with five reels and four rows, allowing for forty fixed paylines. The color scheme is also in keeping with the board game; everything looks like it belongs to the theme.
On those reels, you’ll find playing cards 10-A doing the same job they always do - representing low values. The other symbols are the four pieces that players use to move around the board in real life; a ship, a car, a cat and a dog.
There are a further two symbols to be on the lookout for during the base game; the green' house', which is a wild, and the Monopoly logo, which is a scatter. The house will substitute for everything apart from that scatter. So far this all probably sounds a little simple, but the real excitement is all hiding within the bonus features.
This slot is packed full of bonus features, all of which connect to the board game in inventive ways. They can get a little complicated, so we’ll start with a simple one and then work our way down.
The simple one is Barcrest’s standard Big Bet, which allows you to twist the odds in your favor and also potentially access bonus features in return for a big price. If you're willing to pay £20, you get five linked spins, and one random selection from the "Community Chest" cards. We'll explain what they do below. For £30, you get two cards, and then three for £40, and four for £50. Whatever feature the community card gives you stays in place for the full five spins.
Community Chest Cards
Community Chest Cards, which can also be awarded at random, contain one of six bonuses. They might upgrade your wilds, turning standard wilds into multipliers. They might also guarantee you a win on your next spin (or every spin, if you’ve paid for the Big Bet). One of the cards eliminates all the low-value symbols from the reels. Another keeps all scatter symbols in place for the next spin (or all five with a Big Bet). Extra Spins give you three more spins, and an Instant Win card simply awards you up to £50 in cash.
The way that wilds land in Monopoly Bring The House Down is through a system called Hot Zone. Patterns of wild symbols appear during every spin, and may or may not land on the reels. Some of the houses upgrade to hotels when they land, adding multipliers to any wins they become part of.
Chance Cards may also occur randomly. Three cards will present themselves, and you can choose one of them, which will decide which pattern of Hot Zone wilds will land on your reels. This can combine with the Selector, which will drop a Hot Zone on the reels for three seconds. You can either accept or reject it. If you reject it, you might be offered a better one, or you may not be offered anything at all. It’s a gamble!
Land three scatter symbols, and you’ll receive a Free Spins feature. You only get eight free spins, but any houses or hotels that land on your reels during those spins will stick there until the end of the round.
As you can tell from the above, there's a lot going on in Monopoly Bring The House Down! If you prefer UK slots with a more traditional feel, you'll find plenty of them in our library. This is a unique and unusual slot, brimming with bonus features and always looking to give you a little extra on every spin. The 'Hot Zone' wilds are something we've never seen before, so consider our (top) hat tipped to Barcrest for their originality.
MONOPOLY Bring the House Down Developer - Barcrest
It was the middle of the swinging sixties when Barcrest first set up shop as a casino company. They used to build slot machines for pubs, bars, bingo halls, and casinos the length and breadth of the UK. Slots UK players have enjoyed for decades are likely to have been Barcrest creations; they once dominated the scene here.
Things started to change for the company when the digital age arrived, and they had to change to fit with the times. They took to it like a duck to water though; in 2006, they created the first Rainbow Riches slot game. That was the first in what became their leading franchise, and it’s now arguably the most popular Irish-themed online slot game in the world.
With all that success, Barcrest became a very desirable property for larger companies to snap up. Scientific Gaming parted with billions of dollars to bring them in-house in 2011, and so they’re now a firm within a firm. They still use the Barcrest name though, and there’s still something very British about the slots they come up with - as this officially-licensed Monopoly slot proves!