Money Train 4 Review
Relax gaming hasn't deviated from its original idea too drastically since the start of this series and it is mainly the theme that gets a bit of a makeover each time. Money Train 4 is a little more Mad Max than Steampunk but there are just as many big guns with dubious-looking characters pointing them all over the place.
As you would expect, Money Train 4 has an epic intro with some of the best graphics you'll ever find on a slot game. As you move into the main arena, some of these graphical elements are just as sharp, but I felt that the grid let the side down a little. The symbols are not quite as well-crafted as previous versions and it didn't quite hit the spot. You can look forward to more dramatic, end-of-the-world-style music to keep your ears busy while you play and mobile devices can easily access all of the above. Look for a strong internet connection and a decent processor on your chosen device as this game can slow things down quite nicely when it wants to.
Not much has changed in terms of gameplay from previous versions and the base game is spent waiting for a respin to trigger. The Money Cart Bonus is a hyped-up version of its former self and while we got quite excited about this the last time around, we have now seen it before—I was hoping for something a little different. The Money Cart Bonus round is just as fantastic as ever but the number of modifiers keeps on growing and it does make me wonder where it's all going to end.
A 150,000x max win is one of the biggest payouts you will ever find on a regular video slot and this keeps it up there as one of the biggest payers of all time. Few others can compete with this figure. The RTP is 96.10% and the volatility is, naturally, very high. Watch out for a fairly low hit frequency which means you will find winning spins around 20% of the time.
Maybe the biggest problem with any eagerly awaited game is that you build things up too much with all the anticipation. However, Money Train 4 is still a fantastic slot, and if this was the first time I'd ever seen such features and graphics, then surely it would get a 5-star rating all around. But we have been here before and I was hoping for something more/different. Putting that aside, this game is still up there is one of my main recommendations for 2023 and you simply have to give it a shot.