I had played the game with a certain game piece rolled doubles twice. The last roll was equal to the number of places left to win the sony PSP, however, once landed on it, McDonalds decided I would only win snapfish prints. I hit my back button several times to make sure I wasn't mistaken. (Hitting the back button lets you replay your moves and rolls). My only regret was not taking screenshots.
After this happened, I always took screenshots. On several occasions, amount rolled on dice did not compliment the move. As well, on two occasions since the 2006 launch, I would roll doubles and not be awarded a free roll. "Coincidently", this would happen when the sum of rolls could possibly end in winning the Sony PSP. Screen shots to prove before and after shot.
I have also noticed that when rolling the dice, the prize space for the PSP would equal an amount unattainable by a roll, and when a roll is made and the prize space is reduced, entering a new "code" resets the value to an unattainable space. I have also come to the conclusion that the dice rolls are not random. If I can hit the browsers back button to "replay" my rolls, that would mean the dice are not random throws and there is no "random generating" code built into the flash game.
There have been several people with this same issue, and I honestly believe a class action lawsuit should be taken place. To have a class action law suit, I believe we need more than 10 people willing to appear in court or be represented. I want my doubles awarded to me and I want my PSP.
I want the entire code for the flash game be subpoena'd I am sure that I am not the only person this has happened to. There are billions of people playing this game, just very few do not know about this site, and ever fewer probably pay attention to what is happening while playing the board game.
St. John's, Ontario