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The classic fruity gets a futuristic-looking overhaul in Fruits Gone Wild. It’s a 5 reel, 20 payline game from Stake Logic that comes with 2×2 expanding wilds and a free spins bonus round. Play, on all devices, from between 20p and £50 per spin.
The design in Fruits Gone Wild is simple but perfectly adequate – the neon reels include an assortment of old school fruity favourites. You’ll see cherries, limes, oranges, plums, grapes, bells, lucky 7 and bars spinning around the reels. By far the most lucrative symbol is the gold star. Land 3, 4 or 5 of these on a payline and you’ll pocket 100, 250 or 1,000 coins.
As you’d expect given the game’s title, wilds are central to the action here – on each spin, up to 3 symbol positions will be edged in gold. These will then turn into wilds – these wilds can also expand to become 2×2 wilds. The wilds can hit on all 5 reels and offer awards of up to 1,000 coins per payline if you land a 5-symbol combination.
The main feature offering is the Free Spins Bonus feature – it’s triggered by landing the Bonus symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5 on the same spin. You’ll then receive at least 5 free spins. If you land 2 Bonus scatters during the base game, a spin is added to the Spin Bin.
Any accumulated Spin Bin spins are added to your original allocation of 5. You could get up to 20 free spins here. Land 1, 2 or 3 Bonus symbols during the feature and 1, 2 or 5 extra free spins are added to your total. That’s up to 30 free spins in total.
Fruits Gone Wild is a simple game – the visuals aren’t quite from the top drawer but do the job just fine, likewise the synth-heavy backing track. The wilds come along at regular intervals and keep things ticking over. We landed the bonus feature at regular intervals too. We’d put the variance in the medium range with maximum wins of 2,000 times your stake on each spin/free spin.
It’s hard to breathe new life into an old school fruity but Stake Logic has given it a decent stab in Fruits Gone Wild. There’s nothing revolutionary on offer here but it’s perfectly solid fruit machine reboot. If you want something more complex, I recommend some of Stake Logic’s other offerings with Valkyries of Odin and Football Gladiators good choices.