Fruit Shop slot review
There’s a reason the classics remain classics, and NetEnt’s Fruit Shop is a great example of this. it’s their take on a classic fruit machine with a couple of extra features thrown in for extra thrills. Fruit Shop has been a popular choice at casinos since 2011, and we think it’s down to the frequency of the free spins and prizes, and the simplicity of the gameplay.
- Release date: 2011
- Game: Fruit Shop
- Slot provider: NetEnt
- Game info: Five reels, three rows, 15 paylines
- Bet levels: £0.15-£150
- Maximum win: 80,000 coins
- Special features: Free spins, wilds, multipliers
- Jackpot: No
- Return to player: 96.71%
- Volatility: Low to medium
Fruit Shop bonus features
The slot features of Fruit Shop may not be the most innovative, but then this also isn’t NetEnt’s most innovative slot. What we do love about the features is that they can occur quite frequently, so if you stick around long enough, you may trigger the free spins round a few times. The free spins and wilds can also work together to quadruple your prizes, so they’re nothing to sniff your nose at.
The free spins round will only ever trigger five spins at a time… but since it’s activated by any fruit symbol payline, you should see it happen quite often. Any win from a free spin will be awarded a 2x multiplier… but when wilds come into play on a free spin, this will increase to 4x.
Fruit Shop is really more of a classic slot, so there isn’t a fancy bonus round to trigger. The free spins round is sure to keep you busy though, so don’t shy away if you love your features.
The Fruit Shop logo symbol functions as the wild, and can substitute for all symbols to complete paylines.
Fruit Shop jackpot
This isn’t one of NetEnt’s jackpots slots, but for such a simple slot Fruit Shop can pay out a surprisingly high maximum win of up to 80,000 coins.
RTP and volatility
One of the reasons Fruit Shop has been so popular is the low to medium variance, meaning that wins can occur quite frequently. The return to player of 96.71% is also on the high side, offering plenty of reasons for players to take a spin.
Fruit Shop on mobile
Good news for mobile players – Fruit Shop was developed into the Touch range by NetEnt, so it’s easily accessible via mobile devices.