This is a rather basic, and crudely designed video slot. In all honesty, Fruits of the Nile doesn’t really have a whole lot to do with Ancient Egypt at all, save for its backdrop. Instead, this slot is much more closely related to a Fruit machine than anything else. Fruits of the Nile is played over a total of 5 reels and 5 lines, and players can select coin values which range from a low of 1.00 up to 20.00 in all. You can wager as many as 5 coins per line in total. You will find the maximum wager in this slot will cost you 100.00 per spin. At its cheapest, the slot will cost you 1,00 per spin, which is positively extortionate. Winning 5,000 coins sounds a rather harsh prize, considering the high cost of the slot, and the fact that it only has a RTP rate of 95.37%.
The rather poorly drawn scarab beetle is a wild symbol is the wild icon in this slot. Fruits of the Nile’s wild can replace all other symbols in the game, barring the scatter. Wilds do not offer any winnings on their own.
Scatter symbols can appear on any of the reels. These star shaped icons can offer you winnings worth 5x, 10x, or 100x your total bet, when 3, 4, or 5 appear anywhere on the reels.
Unfortunately, there are no bonus features in this slot, which makes it even worse for players. The only feature somewhat resembled a bonus is a gamble feature. This can be switched on after any active win, and involves a simple betting game. If you guess correctly, you can double or quadruple your winnings. You can do this up to a total of 10 times.
The truth of the matter is that there are virtually no special features in this slot. There are very few paylines for you to bet on, and the minimum wager is quite costly. Very few players are going to be impressed with this Playson developed slot, which is not only one of the worst they have ever developed, but also one of the worst slots online.
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