Can you win the Monopoly MegaJackpots prize?


30th of December, 2010 Bookmark and Share

Monopoly-sized prizes

Paupers often turn into pretend princes and princesses when they play the classic board game Monopoly. So, it should be no surprise that the online slots version of the game at Kerching is a rags-to-riches story too. This time, however, the cash is real!

MegaJackpots Monopoly has a cumulative prize pot, which means that the total amount that can be won keeps increasing so long as it goes unclaimed. It has been known to reach more than £3 million, but is seeded at £1.5 million so the jackpot will never be lower than that. Surely that's a sufficient amount to kick start your reign as a Mayfair property mogul.

Still, there are lots of other prizes up for grabs, and they're nothing to be sniffed at either. Just ask Kerching Casino player granny007, who won a very impressive £1,249 in an adventure around the famous Monopoly board. That prize money is enough to provide a trip to London's most luxurious hotels, or maybe a top hat and cane would suit granny007?

Board game brilliance

Kerching has resurrected a few popular board games in its slots catalogue as well as Monopoly. Members can also experience the world of Cluedo in slots form with the brilliant Cluedo - Who Won It? game. This five-reel online slot machine title has 15 paylines of sinister symbols which can see those who enter the notorious murder mansion pocket an unbelievable 25,000 credits.

In addition, a recent winner of Kerching's Game of the Week blog was Battleship – Search & Destroy. Based on the popular strategic board game, this fantastic slots title boasts a duo of bonus rounds. Just like the original, one of these mini games sees players targeting squares on the grid to sink their enemy!

Why not try your hand at these three brilliant titles today, and see if you're something of a board game boffin? Move your counter to Kerching this winter, and see if it pays off with one of our incredible prizes!

Marcus Miles
Marcus Miles is an online gaming enthusiast who writes on behalf of theEword for several websites including www.kerching.com.