Following on from Quick Hit Black Gold and Quick Hit Platinum comes Quick Hit Pro, the third in a series of classic fruit machine themed slots from Bally Technologies. The latest instalment is a 5 reel, 40 payline title that comes with a slight Japanese feel thanks to the Pachinko style bonus feature. Play from between 40p and £400 per spin.

The reels have a similar look to the other slots in the Quick Hit stable and include bells, cherries and an assortment of playing card symbols. They are joined by a wild symbol, which appears as stacked on all the reels, and a pair of scatters.

The Quick Hit logo scatter pays out when four or more appear anywhere on the reels. A quartet will pay one time your total stake but if you’re lucky enough to find 11 then you’ll win 1,500 times your total wager! There are plenty of prizes on offer in between ranging from 2x for five symbols up to 750x for 10 Quick Hits.

The other scatter appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 and triggers the Prochinko Free Games feature when you find 3 of them. Once triggered, you’ll be awarded 15 free spins.

That’s not all though. Any time a silver Prochinko ball appears on a symbol during the feature, it will be collected in a tray above the reels. Once all of your free spins have played out you’ll be taken to a screen featuring a pinball machine.

The number of Prochinko balls collected during the feature will then play out on the pinball machine. Depending on where they land, you’ll be awarded a multiplier of 1x, 2x, 3x or 5x for each ball. The multipliers are totted up once you’ve fired all your Prochinko balls and then applied to the amount won in the bonus feature. A maximum of 20 Prochinko balls can be won which can give a fine boost to your winnings.

Fans of classic arcade games will find plenty to enjoy in Quick Hit Pro – the visuals are sharp and the action is fast. The Prochinko element is a nice wrinkle on the free spins feature too. Put it all together and it’s another winning conversion from the live casino to online slot from Bally. If you’re looking for something a little more modern, Lady Robin Hood by Bally is very good.