|Maximum jackpot in coins
|from $0.25 up to $30
|Coin Bet Range
|from $0.25 up to $10
|Coins per line
For all among you who have those particular feelings when it comes to releases featuring fruits, here comes the one you haven’t seen before!
…you have, but a long, long time ago!
Software developers seem to be competing with each other which one will make more futuristic creation and pack it with plenty of features. However, this studio decided to do the opposite and MINIMIZE all the details, to make it look more vintage. Even the sound accompanying this one has that old-school vibe.
There are many titles featuring houses in their names, as well as those with fruits among main symbols, but let’s see what makes this one so special.
Betting options and functions
It seems that things are all about simplicity here. At least when it comes to interface and basic commands.
There’s ONLY a single line and 3 reels, which is definitely a unique grid. At least compared to the bigger ones we see nowadays. Such a move could be even considered as a breakthrough from a modern release’s perspective.
Anyway, the betting range goes from 0.25 to 30.00, whereas coin bet range starts from 0.25 to 10.00.
As one could assume, activation buttons are basic as well. You have “Bet One” and “Bet Max” as well as “Spin”.
You have probably realized that you shouldn’t expect a multitude of complicated and strange icons in a single-reel release. There are some fruit symbols- lemon, orange, watermelon, and strawberry. Besides them, you can also find seven, a bar and a beer mug. This set of icons is often seen in releases inspired by those good old fruities.
The last one seems to be particularly interesting as it triggers the Jackpot when three of the hit the reels. And that would be IT for the extras!
Speaking of symbols in general here, each combination awards three various prizes depending on the coin wager.
Giving final thoughts on a release like this is more challenging than reviewing one that looks modern and features tons of everything.
Because a certain group of consumers prefers titles that look like this, the ones which remind a lot on the very first one-armed bandits. Those are the players who like simplicity and classic design.
On the other hand, you have those who might label this one as insufficiently interesting or incomplete, as there are no extras to spice things up. Such consumers prefer more demanding titles which offer a variety of adjustments and twisted features.
Bottom line- the best answer we could give on this one is actually a question for you:
Which group do you belong to?
Your answer will define whether you like this one or not. But, you can always have a few spins to check it out, right?
by Aleksandra Z