The design is pretty much identical with 5 reels having a black background, and not too much in the way of designs around the frame of the reels. Each of these has been given a modern makeover with good light and colour work.
The royal symbols are at another level of detail, and have animations when they are involved in winning combinations. Sounds are lively even jarring at times and the familiar especially to fans of Aristocrat slots double click when the reels stop is in place.
There is one prize from regular play which is much bigger than the rest. You can win 10, coins by hitting 5 of the crown symbols on a win line.
These symbols are also wild, making up wins with all of the regular symbols though not the scatters stars. Any win which includes one or more crown symbols is doubled.
The king and queen come next in the list, each worth for the full 5 — going down to 2 coins for 2. Apples , Melons and grapes , plums, lemons and peaches , oranges and bananas and finally cherries at these pay for 2 on the reels or more.
Fruits Kingdom features five reels and 10 paylines and a host of wholesome prizes, but there is more to this game than meets the eye. Add in the gamble feature and Jackpot Cards, and you have a recipe for success.
As the name suggests, this title is all about the fruit family — although, slightly bizarrely, there is a King and Queen that rule over the fruity kingdom.
But more on them later. The fruits have been split up into paying categories, and as ever players are looking to match three or more of the same fruit on one of their ten paylines.
The first rung of the pay ladder are the Cherries, and these earn 5 coins, 25 coins and coins for spinning three, four or five respectively when you place a 1 coin bet which will become 10 coins per spin: There are three members of the next fruit family.
Next up are the Bananas and that huge juicy Orange. And finally there is the humble Apple, which is elevated to new heights in this game.
The coin values stretch from 0. The paylines are fixed at ten. It must be said that the pay-table is somewhat measly.
As stated, Fruit Smasher features two different types of wild. The crate embossed with a white question mark is the multiplier wild and appears on the middle reel.
Just like any old wild, it can stand in for other symbols in the game to help you make wins. When it forms part of a matching combination, that payout will be randomly enhanced to the tune of 2x, 3x, 5x, 7x or 10x.
The dropping wilds, which can land on reels two or four, are essentially expanding wilds , infecting entire reels. When this occurs, the player will be granted a re-spin, after which the wild symbols drop down a position on each reel.
This will continue until all the wilds fall off the grid. Wild symbols can substitute for any regular icons except for the scatters.
The fish tank symbol is that Nemo swimming in the bowl?