Money Cart 4 Review
It's a pretty straightforward call to make; if you didn't like the original game, then you're not going to like this! Thankfully, most people loved Money Train 4 and the best part about it was, obviously, the Respin Bonus (Money Cart) game. This is your chance to head straight to the action.
The bonus is lifted straight out of the original game with a bit of a Terminator-esque background and big machines working together provide the backdrop for these reels. Naturally, the sound effects add tension and the music starts to pick up more of a tempo as things get a little heated and your balance begins to grow.
It's more a game of anticipation rather than watching anything clever unfold in a visual sense. Mathematically, yes this game is genius but it's like being a bystander in a futuristic game of Connect Four, so don't expect too much here. Even UK players will now be able to enjoy the best that this game has to offer and that's kind of the whole point of the Money Cart series.
Naturally, you aren't going to have the eye-watering payouts that were available in Money Train 4. 150,000x would be ridiculously generous for a game that lets you go straight to the bonus round! Instead, you have 15,000x at stake and you'll enjoy the same extremely high volatility and a 96% RTP.
There are two ways to look at Money Cart 4 and one of those is that it's fantastic for UK players to be able to go straight to the bonus action without being delayed in the base game. Consequently, this creates the opposing view that base games should be more interesting without the necessity to have such emphasis on the bonus round! I like my games to be a bit of an all-rounder and there is the danger that the premise behind Money Cart 4 is simply a bonus buy-in loophole. Whichever moral standpoint you take, you can't deny the tension that this production brings and the payout potential is pretty sublime.