I have not yet seen an RCT slot machine. About the closest thing I have seen in a casino is a slot called "State Fair"
In that game the reel symbols are based on typical carnival snack items, and rides (carousel, ferris wheel, rollercoaster). (The game pays higher for carousels than rollercoasters, which I think should be the other way around but I didn't dssign it), the theme music is clips from "Celebration".
that game's main bonus feature is when you get three carnival games symbols, and the bonus games look like carnival games, there is a balloon bust where you get what is under the balloons you chose (three darts, nine baloons, and the right to keep playing the bonus till you hit collect), and the clown game (9 clowns in a whac-a-mole type layout, pick three, get the clown int he rainbow suit to pop up to continue on) There is also a random award bonus feature where you just pick a junk food item off the list for bonus points. (It's a 15-line game usually played for nickels or pennies on a video screen)
I have seen other slots called "carnival" but they have more of a Mardi Gras theme to them. I can't seem to recall any other amusement park related slots. *** Edited 10/28/2005 12:55:52 PM UTC by Coasterville Dave***
State Fair is one of my favorite slots. It also has "Love Rollercoaster" as part of its soundtrack. I usually enjoy playing that machine, but at a casino I visited in Indiana, I put in a $20 bill and started playing... not realizing it was a quarter machine. It was only a 9-liner, but the credits went VERY quickly!
Ray P. (who is dying to try out the new "Back To The Future" and "Star Wars" slots)
* edit- added dollar sign for clarity! *** Edited 10/28/2005 2:31:49 PM UTC by ProgRay***
Other than that, haven't seen one but they have Men In Black, Monty Python, and Star Wars.
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