Cherry Crown is a vintage themed slot developed by CT Gaming. The classic themed slot comes with a five reel set and features twenty pay lines. The fruity slot also features a betting range able to accomodate all those with a taste for vintage action. The wagering limit begins from as little $0.20 and goes up to $25. The game will feel familiar if you are accustomed to retro style slots although it also maintains its own unique taste.
Cherry Crown can be played on a wide range of devices ranging from mobile to desktop operating systems.
If you are familiar with vintage themed slots then you probably know all the symbols used in the game. Did you guess familiar fruits like oranges, plum, cherry, and watermelon? Then you’ve played a good number of these games! You need to land three or more matching symbols to land a prize in the game. Regular symbols will pay you anywhere from 0.15x to 1x for landing a matching combination of three to five symbols on the reels.
The wild symbol of the game is represented by the game’s logo which shows up on the first and third reels and can replace other symbols to form winning combinations except the scatter. But that’s not all, the will is dynamic. When it occurs on the first reel, all the symbols of reel one, two, and three become wilds if they are positioned on the same row or at the rows below the original wild. The same phenomenon plays out if the wilds occur on the third reel but this time the effect will be on the last three reels.
Cherry Crown does not include a bonus game like a free spins round but it does come with a gamble game which allows you a chance to double your wins. If you choose to play the Double Up game you will be taken to a mini game where you will be required to guess the outcome of a card flip. A screen will be displayed with playing cards and you will have to guess the color or suit of the next card. If you guess the color of the next card correctly, your wins will be doubled and increased four times if you guess the suit correctly. However, if your guess turns out wrong, you will lose your winning and return to the base game.
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