They say lightning never strikes the same place more than once, well apparently no one shared that piece of lore with the team at Relax Gaming. Since its release, over 100 players have landed the 50,000x max win in Money Train 2. They’ve done it in style too, pulling in many of the bonus game’s most desirable modifiers in a round which stokes up its engine and never lets go. The follow up to what was already a popular game, Money Train 2 is fast reaching legend status thanks to clips like this cementing its reputation.
Building on Money Train 1, Relax Gaming padded out the base game by adding more features and thrills on the way to glory in the bonus. In a slot as volatile as it is potentially profitably though, that can take a significant amount of perseverance to accomplish. However, if you’re not up for a grind, there is a feature buy option (where available), which is what the player in our clip opts for. Betting in Russian Rubles at Play Fortuna Casino, an outlay of ₽15, or roughly €0.17, triggers the Money Cart bonus feature.
If you haven’t played Money Train 2 yet, here’s a quick rundown of the bonus game. It starts with 3 respins where symbols displaying base values of 1x to 200x, or a range of special symbols enhancing their values land. Any new symbol resets the spins until they are used, or as in this case, the win cap is tapped. This particular round starts with the Persistent Payer modifiers as one of the triggering symbols, which is one of the most useful ones you can get. On each spin, whatever value it carries is sprayed onto every other symbol in view in a hail of bullets. Jack this one up and there’s a good chance you’ll be laughing all the way to the bank.
Things build steadily until the Necromancer lands, juicing the Persistent Payer using his reviving ability. This is when the 151x global multiplier skyrockets to x1,132 and you get the sense Money Train 2 has decided to bring it. Other high-points include the introduction of the Collector who scoops up all values on the board, doubling the global multiplier to 11,000x, which is frighteningly only about one-fifth of the final outcome. The icing is the Persistent Payer being upgraded twice by a couple of Collector Symbols as the game coasts its way to 50,000x before the cap shuts things down.
The following count up is chock full of explosions, dynamite, skulls, guns, and spinning blades to celebrate the accomplishment. In other words, it’s a great end to a flawless bonus where there were as many special symbols on the board as regulars, causing one punter to bath in waves of ecstatic relief after taking on the beast that is Money Train 2.
After seeing insane bonus games like this, it’s no surprise Money Train 2 was nominated in Bigwinboard’s 2020 Game of the Year awards. Time is running out to have your say on whether it’s done enough to clinch the top spot or if there are other games more worthy of the title. Either way, be sure to cast your vote!