There’s nothing remotely complex about The Art of Games’ Fruit Club slot. What you have here is a standalone classic fruit machine, and the casino software developers have chosen to represent it as such. The nifty graphics certainly make it look as though you’re standing in a real-to-life brick and mortar casino and whilst that is all well and dandy, the generic pub fruit machine style of gameplay won’t tick everybody’s boxes. Fruit Club offers 3 reels and 5 paylines of gaming action, with players able to use the bet buttons to stake anything from a floor of 0.01 per line per spin, up to 15.00 per spin in total. The top prize in this game is worth around 12,500 coins, which is well above average for a run-of-the-mill online fruit machine game.
This should be rather simple for you to remember – there are none. Instead of special symbols, players are going to have to rely on the standard paying symbols doing a job for them in the Fruit Club classic slot.
The fruit symbols actually pay out the least, with prizes ranging from 2 coins up to 300 coins, depending on how many coins you have wagered per line, the total value of your bet, and the winning combination you land on the reels.
Meanwhile, the sevens and bells cough up decent wins ranging from 200 up to 6,000 coins. The big-daddy symbols in Fruit Club are the bars (funnily enough). These can see you win 3,500 coins, 7,000 coins or a massive 12,500 coins when you land 3 bars on a line with a 1-coin, 2-coin or 3-coin bet, respectively.
Just like there are no special symbols in the Fruit Club slot machine, nor are there any special features or bonus rounds. There are no free spins, no instant win bonuses, no nudges, and no trail features, which most pub fruit machines even have. The lack of features is really going to irk some players. However, any experienced slot machine player will know that most fruit machines and classic slots come devoid of features, so we’re not going to get too hung up on their absence.
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