Fruit Case Slot Review
If there was ever a game created by Netent with crazier icons than this one, we don’t know what it is. Fruit Case tells a very obvious story of piece of fruit being prepared to be squashed into jars of jam, although all the icons seem to have quite startled looks on their faces. Yes, that’s right. It’s fruit with faces. All waiting to be crushed, jarred and packaged are strawberries, oranges, pears and lemons, and these appear alongside three different jam jars with the letters A, K and Q on them. Every spin of the reels will play a warped little ditty for you, while every winning combination will be ceremoniously squashed between two pillars, with the contents being splattered against the back wall.
The layout provided is five reels and three rows strong, with a total of 20 fixed pay lines incorporated. All players can change the bet level of the game from one to 10, while the coin value is also alterable between £0.01 and 0.50 per line. Therefore, a maximum overall wager of £100 is able to be placed per spin.
The first thing you’ll notice about Fruit Case is the multiplier in the top right hand corner of the screen. This is all relative to the Avalanche Falls that are active within the game. After every winning combination you create, the icons involved will be crushed and make room for several others to fall into the empty spaces. As these fall, the multiplier increases. Should another win be made, the process will repeat, providing you with the chance to win several times on a single spin.
The juicer acts as the games scatter icon, and if this appears in three or more locations anywhere on the reels, you’ll be rewarded with 10 freespins. Or, as they’re called in this game, free falls. Any wins created in this round will be tripled, and additional free falls can be won during it as well.
This is a great game to play if you’re looking for entertainment on a strong level. The icons are pleasing enough, but with the addition of the avalanche falls and possibility of freespins as well, everything combines in this one to create a wonderful addition to the Netent portfolio.