When accessing the game, you’ll find that there are two sets of reels, but the base game is played on the very bottom set. This is made up of three reels and three rows, which is a fairly standard layout for this kind of a product. Upon these reels, you’ll be able to spin through fairly classic fruit icons, all of which have that slight 2D effect to them that is notorious with machines of bygone years. There’s the icons of an orange, a lemon, a bunch of grapes, and a sliced watermelon, and these are all accompanied by a silver bell symbol, and a golden dollar sign. These provide the game with its standard icons, and when you start using the second set of reels, these will increase, but we’ll explain more on that a little bit later.
As far as the added pay lines go, NetEnt have included a total of five of these, with a single one going across the middle, top and bottom reels, and the other two being included from either of the corners. These are fixed in place, so you aren’t able to customise them in any way. However, you can adjust the bet you place per spin, which begins by utilising the coins seen in the bottom right hand corner. These have the values of €0.10, €0.20 and €1, and you select one by simply clicking on it. Then, you can alter the amount of coins you decide to wager per line by using the ‘Bet’ button. This switches between either one or 10, so with the highest coin chosen and the highest bet level, you’ll be able to place a maximum overall wager of €10 per spin.