Net Entertainment Fruit Spin Slot Review and Free Play

Fruit Spin: Demo

Featuring blingy visuals and some unusual extras, Fruit Spin is a 5 reel, 40 payline video slot from NetEnt. Look out here for stacked symbols, giant 3×3 wilds and scatters and wheel bonuses that offer coin prizes and at least 5 free spins. Stakes range from between 20p and £200 per spin.

Gemstone style fruit symbols are central to the action here as you’ll see lower value blackberries, limes, raspberries, oranges and cherries spinning around the reels alongside higher value bronze, silver and gold bars. Best of the standard symbols is the lucky 7 bar which pays 15, 60 or 300 coins if you land 3, 4 or 5 on 1 of the game’s 40 paylines.

Appearing on the middle 3 reels only is the wild which replaces everything bar the scatter – this wild spins in a giant 3×3 block. As does the scatter. When this scatter lands, you’ll trigger the Lucky Wheels feature.

Once this is triggered, you’ll be taken to a new screen and presented with 3 wheels. Depending on where the pointer lands on each, you’ll get a cash prize of 20, 40 or 80 coins or collect a free spin symbol. Collect 3 free spin symbols and you’ll trigger the Free Spins feature where you’ll be awarded 5 free spins. Each subsequent free spin symbol landed on the wheel adds an extra free spin to your total.

The number of wheel spins you get depends on how many rows of scatters triggered the feature – 1 row awards 1 spin of each wheel. 2 gets 2 spins. Land a full 3×3 scatter and you’ll get 3 spins.

You can land the Lucky Wheel feature during the free spins. The awards on offer are slightly different as you’ll have a 50/50 chance of landing on a free spin symbol or a prize of 20 coins. Remember that the giant 3×3 wilds also land during the feature to make it easier to give the maximum payout of 600 times your stake per free spin.

NetEnt video slots are usually easy on the senses and Fruit Spin is another nicely designed game – as far as gameplay goes, this is pretty simple. The blocks of wilds and scatters add an extra layer of interest and the free spins round is solid enough without being spectacular.

It’s not the most sparkling remake of the humble fruity you’ll see but Fruit Spin is a perfectly steady offering and worth a spin if you fancy a fresh take on an old favourite. If you prefer something modern with more bonus features, you cannot go wrong Blood Suckers II or Warlords: Crystal of Power (both by NetEnt).

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