Evolution has announced a new version of their hit Monopoly Live. Monopoly Big Baller takes the same basic concept and throws in some hot Bingo action for more excitement.
The action is almost entirely virtual, with the host of the game and Mr. Monopoly himself aboard a 1920s-style steamboat being real. Great computer animation and special effects bring the rest of the game to life, combining the best of Mega Ball with every fox's favourite real estate game.
Players start off in the base game with up to four Bingo cards, where they have to complete lines to win prizes and progress to the next round of the game. The stake for each card can be different. There are also two bonus cards that players have to bet on to enter the bonus rounds.
As the Bingo balls tumble around before being drawn, Mr. Monopoly makes an appearance to pull a lever.
The cards have extra positions and multipliers on them. As the machine mixes the bingo balls in preparation for the draw, Mr. Monopoly springs into action, pulling a lever that adds random multipliers to numbers on the cards. These have values of 10x, 20x, 50x, or 100x.
Once Mr. Monopoly has done his thing, 20 balls are drawn. Matching numbers on the cards are marked off. When a number with a multiplier attached is drawn, it is applied to all prizes. If one of the bonus cards gets a full house, then the Monopoly Bonus game begins. Players who bet on this card participate, while those who didn't just get to watch.
The bonus rounds give players either 3 Rolls or 5 Rolls of the dice to travel around a Monopoly board and snap up properties. The more expensive the property, the bigger the multiplier! The blue ones are premium, offering multipliers of 100x and 125x.
Any lucky fox who throws a double will get an extra roll, bringing them a step closer to getting all the way around the board and passing Go, which doubles the prizes.
Monopoly Big Baller looks set to continue the huge triumph Monopoly Live experienced. But these mostly come from the bonus rounds, so like they say, "If you ain't in, you can't win". Players can choose how many cards to bet on in the base game and can place a stake between 0.10 to 1,000.00 on each. But if you don't bet on the bonus cards, you won't get the chance to play in the bonus rounds.
Monopoly Big Baller brings Bingo and Monopoly together in an immersive, interactive online experience. And it’s available to play right here for all me Foxy fans.