As noted, the game contains its own unique layout, which when first loading up the game, contains a structure of five reels and a row layout of 1x3x5x3x1, to create a sort of diamond shape. This does change during game play as well, but we’ll talk more on that afterwards. Included on the reels are various different coloured gem shapes, although they looks more like hard boiled candy shapes to us. These are coloured in yellow, orange, green, red and purple. Joining these symbols on the reels, you’ll find six different fruit icons, although these have been somewhat squashed into oblong like shapes themselves. These are in the form of a strawberry, a pineapple, a lemon, some grapes, a plum and a watermelon.
Joining these symbols, reels and rows, you’ll find that there are increased ways to win depending upon the reels and rows in view, although, again, this is something we’ll get to shortly. These ways to win cannot be customised at all due to the fact that they are ever increasing with wins, but players do have the chance the change their wager around, simply by adjusting both the value of a single coin and the amount of the bet level. The first of these offers up a range of between €0.01 and €0.20 per spin, while the bet level can be altered between one and 10. This being the case, you can place a maximum overall wager of €100 per round, and this level can be reached with the ‘Max Bet’ button.