Fruit Shop is a Net Entertainment slot game with 5 reels and 15 paylines. Playable from 15p to £150 a spin, it’s available to play on desktop, tablet and mobile devices. The game has a classic feel as it features fruits but has a modern twist with an upbeat, colourful and energetic pace.
Quite simple in terms of gameplay, the main attraction is the Free Spins feature which can be triggered in a number of ways. You only need 2 cherries to get 1 free spin with 5 cherries giving you 5 free spins. As for plums, lemons, oranges and watermelons, 3 will give you 1 free spin, 4 will give you 2 free spins and 5 will give you 5 free spins.
During the feature, 2 or more cherries will give you additional free spins – 5 of them will give you an extra 5 free spins. As for the other fruits, they will give you up to 5 free spins extra. However, symbols A, K, Q, J and 10 will also give you extra free spins with 5 for 5 of any of the symbols mentioned.
On top of all this, all wins are subject to a 2x multiplier which doubles your outcome. The wild symbol (the Fruit Shop symbol) only appears on the 3 middle reels and gives you double wins when part of a winning combination. This means that wins with a wild symbol will be subject to a 4x multiplier! In the base game though, wild wins do apply with a 2x multiplier applied to wins with the wild.
When it comes to variance, Fruit Shop is something in the middle with the bigger wins naturally coming in the free spins feature – in fact, there’s a cool 630 times your stake available to be won on every single free spin (with the 4x multiplier naturally). Fruit Shop is a very popular slot and even though it’s quite simple, it’s entertaining. I do prefer more innovative slot games though with Koi Princess and Spiñata Grande (both by NetEnt) much more appealing.