Fruit Shop Slot
Fruit Shop Slot
Fruit Shop Slot

Fruit Shop Slot

 

Do you know what’s better than going to a supermarket to find your groceries? Buying your fruit and vegetables from a stall. Haven’t you noticed that the fruit always looks fresher and more appealing when displayed on such, and that’s exactly what NetEnt captures in its Fruit Shop game, which shows you a variety of different fruits on its reels that are akin to those found on such stalls. And the design of the game on the whole is exceptionally pleasing, featuring a striped, fabric roof overhanging the stall, with blades of grass sticking up at the left side of the screen.

 

It doesn’t really have any inclusive music, instead playing a simple ditty at the beginning of every spin you make, but then again, this is perfectly adequate. After all, what kind of music really matches up to a game based on fruits? However, even without any actual music included in it, the atmosphere of the game is by no means affected, and you still have a wonderful product to play.

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A Slice of Orange and a Chunk of Watermelon

Being an online video slot, Fruit Shop follows a fairly standard layout for such, presenting its players with five reels and three rows worth of an interface. It is upon these reels that you’ll get the opportunity to see the various different icons involved in it, which start with the frequently seen A, J, K, Q and 10 symbols. These are fairly generic in their appearance, although the added fruits are very nicely designed to contrast. Of these, you’ll find a succulent purple plum, a pair of glossy cherries, a huge green watermelon, a juicy looking orange and a whole lemon. There are one or two other included icons which are integrated to provide the game with its special features.

As far as the remainder of the layout goes, Fruit Shop provides players with a total of 15 different pay lines. These are fixed in place by NetEnt, so you cannot alter the amount of them which are active at any time. However, you do have the option of changing your wager placed around, which is done simply by adjusting one or two boxes. The first of these is the bet level box, which is able to be switched between one and 10, pertaining to the amount of coins you bet per pay line. The second allows you to change the value of a coin, and this offers up a range of between €0.01 and €1. Therefore, all players have the opportunity to place a maximum overall wager of €150 per spin, which is an amount that can be reached simply by pressing the ‘Max Bet’ button.

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What Will You Purchase from the Stall?

Placing wagers on the standard base game is one thing, but everyone knows that a video slot is generally rated by its inclusive special features. The offerings in this game are pretty nice, and these start with its added wild icon. This is represented by the game’s logo, and as a wild, it will substitute for any other symbol on the reels in order to form a winning combination. Should it do so, it will also increased your pay out by doubling it. This can easily be seen on the symbol itself, as it switches between showing the logo to a huge ‘X2’ image.

As well as the standard wild, the game also features a freespins round as well, although this is not accessed in the regular way. Whereas in most games you need to spin three or more scatter icons, Fruit Shop doesn’t actually have any of these. Instead, you’re able to earn freespins simply by forming winning combinations of fruit icons. The cherries will provide a single freespin to you whenever you match two of them up, while the remaining fruits all start from three or more. So, three of any matching fruit icons will give you a single freespin, four of them will reward you with two freespins, and five of them will give you the maximum of five freespins.

During the round, you can also re-trigger freespins by matching up more fruit-based symbols, with the same amounts being afforded to you as in the original triggering fruits. However, the A, J, K, Q and 10 icons will also provide extra freespins as well, again by matching up three or more of the same.

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To Summarise

This game won’t be considered the best thing released by NetEnt when it has many other graphically superior products to contend with from the developer. However, what it does have is its own unique way of activating a freespins round, and don’t mistake us either. The graphics aren’t bad in this game by a long shot. Overall, Fruit Shop is able to bring together several different elements and provide gamers with a entertaining game on the whole.

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