Top Monopoly Slots
Monopoly slots are becoming more and more popular with players and developers alike, who recognise the appeal of merging this classic board game with online slot machines. Here are six of the best Monopoly slots around.
Monopoly Paradise Mansion
Mr Monopoly and his dog will guide you around this slot’s five reels, which was created by Gamesys and comes with an RTP of 96.3%. This medium volatility slot takes place on a 5×3 grid, laid over the title’s paradise mansion and a luxurious Tuscan colour scheme. As you’d expect, there are a few recognisable notes from the board game here — landing five of either the electric company or water works symbols will earn a payout of 300x the stake, while the same number of houses, hotels or money symbols will pay out at 500x. The highest paying symbol is the diamond, which pays out at a whopping 1,000x when five land.
In terms of bonus features, the golden M represents the game’s wild, while the dog is the scatter. If three of the Mr Monopoly symbols appear, you’ll launch the Property Card bonus game — a simple picking game in which players select one of three properties in order to win a cash prize. Similarly, the Community Chest bonus will be triggered when three of these symbols appear, giving players the chance to Advance to Go and pick up extra rewards.
Super Monopoly Money
WMS’s Super Monopoly Money is a high volatility slot with an RTP of 96%. We love the look and sound of this game, with the reels laid over the landmarks of London, Paris and Pisa, and accompanied by a jazzy soundtrack as players spin the 5×3 reels. The top hat, ship, boot and car all make an appearance which will please the purists, and there’s space for chance and community chest symbols too.
Not including the game’s wilds, there are three different bonus features in this game: the free parking bonus, the free spins bonus, and the click the wheel bonus. Our favourite is the spinning of the wheel, which transforms the Super Monopoly Money into a kind of TV game show, where Mr Monopoly spins the wheel for a chance to win big multipliers.
Epic Monopoly II
Another WMS creation, Epic Monopoly II takes place on two sets of reels: a traditional 5×4, and an intriguing 5×12. Players will build winning combinations on both sets with one spin, generating 100 different paylines. Fill an entire reel with the Epic Wild symbol on the first set, and these will then migrate to the corresponding reel on the second.
Pay attention to the Monopoly board symbols — land three of these anywhere across the reels and you’ll trigger the epic wheel bonus round, which offers up the following rewards: a free spins bonus round, a 500x cash prize, dice rolls on the bonus board game, or a shot at the epic chance bonus, where additional prizes are up for grabs. This game has a medium volatility rating and an RTP of 96%.
Monopoly Bring the House Down
Barcrest’s Monopoly Bring the House Down displays the traditional board in the background as players spin the 5×4 reels. House wilds will tumble randomly from above on every spin, automatically taking their place in any winning combo when they land. Hotels will also appear at random, providing a 5x multiplier on any wins. Three or more Monopoly logos will trigger a random number of free spins; if houses or hotels appear during these extra spins, they’ll stick in place for the remainder of the bonus.
Finally, players can activate the big bet feature with an extra wager, opening themselves up to the possibility of drawing chance and community chest cards, which will reveal additional perks; taking this option can stretch the game’s RTP to an impressive 98%.
Monopoly City Spins
London buses, the tube, and Boris bikes make up some of the symbols of this Gamesys Monopoly slot, which has an RTP of 95.7%. The banker serves as the game’s wild, and landing three or more of these can offer some large payouts. Landing bonus symbols on reels one, three and five will trigger the bonus game, where players are transported to a traditional Monopoly board. The aim here is the same as the boardgame: roll the dice and collect properties. Collecting properties ending in ‘Road’ will reward players with a multiplier and free spins, while others will gift bonuses such as wilds and spins.
Big Time Gaming’s Megaways payline structure generates 117,649 different ways to win at the reels, and has become hugely popular since its introduction to online casinos in 2015. Monopoly Megaways is the closest of all our recommendations to the original game, with Mr Monopoly moving around the board and scooping up properties beneath the reels according to the success of the spin. The rainbow-coloured M symbol acts as the wild.
This slot deploys the avalanche feature, meaning that any successful symbols will explode and be replaced by new ones — if you land three successful spins in a row, you’ll build some houses on your properties. Chance and community chests are of course in play: landing on the former offers the potential to land a max Megaways spin, where all paylines are activated on the next spin, as well as triggering properties and the free spins bonus round. When players pick up a community chest, they’ll be sent to a random property on the board, where four houses may be added. Land on Go and you’ll pick up another max Megaways card.