Fruit Spin slot - Free Play - Game Review
Fruit Spin is a new game to be released from NetEnt – one of the world’s largest and most prominent game developers around – and in this review, you’ll learn a little more about what the game entails, and why it’s become such a popular hit with players.
As you can probably imagine, fruit is a fairly common theme found in video slots, and it’s one of the most core parts of slot games; the fact that NetEnt opted to use fruit in one of their new games is strange – because it’s so over-done… but surprisingly, the game developer managed to pull it off in an incredibly persuasive and addictive way, making Fruit Spin one of the more desirable games for you to enjoy.
In terms of the symbols on the reels, it probably won’t surprise you to learn that the main symbol is fruit; these are, however, the lower-paying symbols on the reels, and include Cherries, Grapes, Plums, Limes, and Lemons.
The game’s higher-paying symbols include various forms of bars; Silver, Bronze, and Gold coloured.
The game is made up using a 4-row, 40-pay-line structure – something we rarely see from NetEnt, a company who typically focus on building games round their famed 3-row, 5-reel, 20-pay-line format – but it makes a nice change and ensures for a more enjoyable and unique playing experience.
Fruit Spin has just the one feature – although as you’ll see, it’s certainly one of the more-exciting ones you’re likely to come across!
On reels one, two, three, four, and five, you’ll see a bonus wheel; if you manage to land three, four, or five of these on a singular spin, you’ll be able to have a chance of entering the bonus-round; this entails seeing the bonus-round actually spin; when it does, it can either land on cash amounts, or diamonds.
You need to collect three or the diamonds in order to enter the free-spins bonus-round, and while there’s nothing too stand-out-ish within the bonus, it is a lot easier to make wins – allowing for far-greater chances of hitting a big win, and the bonus going huge!
There’s no randomly-triggered features, or anything like that – which is a shame, as that’s something that NetEnt have been keen to incorporate into their games of recent and is something that most player seem to really like – but despite this, Fruit Spin is made in a way that’s both entertaining and enjoyable, and you’ll be able to enjoy the action from as little as 10p per spin.
Pros: Exciting to play, and a great bonus-round ensures that Fruit Spin offers something quite different from most NetEnt games you’re probably used too.
Cons: The game lacks originality in terms of its theme; NetEnt could have done better in this respect, we feel.