Fancy Fruits is a classic one armed bandit style fruit machine powered by Bally Wulff. This volatile little 5 reel, 5 payline offering may be simple as far as features go but it can still pack a tasty base game punch. Tuck in from between 5p and £10 per spin.

Online slots don’t come any more stripped back than Fancy Fruits – the game engine is a basic 5 reel, 3 row setup. There are only 5 paylines to hit too. The visuals are pretty rudimentary too with the only symbols on view being old school fruity favourites.

The lowest payers are the lemon and cherries symbols which offers payouts of 4, 20 or 40 times your total stake for a 3, 4 or 5 symbol combination. You only need two cherries to create a winner, albeit of just one time your stake. For everything else, you’ll need to land 3 on a payline.

Next comes the oranges and plums which award 4, 20 or 50 times your bet followed by the grapes and melon which pay 10, 40 and 200x. Where things get really interesting is with the lucky 7 which is where the big money is on offer.

Land 3, 4 or 5 lucky 7s in a single payline and you’ll boost your bankroll to the tune of 20, 200 or even 1,000 times your bet. Symbols can land in stacked formations which offers some fine base game possibilities.

There are no scatter or wilds and no other features or bonus rounds here – the only extra is a standard gamble where you can try and double a payout by guessing the colour of the next playing card or ascending the gamble ladder.

Fancy Fruits sits pretty high on the variance scale – expect plenty of lean spells when you’ll miss out on anything. Expect these to be punctuated by occasional big wins. This is a slot for players with deep pockets and the patience of Job.

Fancy Fruits is a bit of a misleading title as the visuals and gameplay are anything but fancy – in fact, they’re as basic as they come. This is a slot strictly for old school fans. If that sounds like you, then you’ll find Fancy Fruits a sweet treat. For lovers of modern, feature heavy offerings, there are other games from Bally Wulff available.