In simple terms this is a slot that offer 243 ways to win and comes complete with free spins where the reels expand both upwards and sideways to create a 10x6 set and top pay out of ten thousand times the stake. As players have come to expect this slot looks cool, mixing fruit machine symbols combined with neon arcade styled symbols and a groovy upbeat techno track in the background. Laser Fruit offers players 5-reels and 3-rows with an initial 243 ways to win, this means that all the rows on the adjacent reels from left to right will pay out. There are no set or fixed pay lines all players need is to land identical symbols on adjacent reels to win. The theme of the slot could be described as techno and disco combined with a fruit machine in a similar way to Twin Spin from NetEnt. When it comes to the symbols, the lower paying symbols include the following fruits: cherries, peaches, melons, grapes and lemons. The higher value symbols are the bell, the seven and the single and triple bar.
The seven awards 25x the players stake when they land ten in a row, however they need to have expanded the reels to bring this in. The bonus round is a lot of fun from the word go and players need to spin a wheel and see how many free spins they are awarded, then with each spin they an expand the reels when the blue laser makes a random appearance. Betting in Laser Fruit starts from as little as 20p per spin up to £500 per spin, therefore appealing to all kinds of players. But, the question players will want answered is how can they progress from 243 ways to win to 60,466,176 ways to win? Even though the reels can be expanded in the base game, things get much better when playing the bonus round this is because there are extra reels and rows which stay in play for the duration. To begin with players, need to land three scatters and this will then activate the bonus round. Next, they spin the wheel to be rewarded with anything from eight free spins and higher, during this bonus round the feature can be re-triggered up to ten times and players are also awarded again with a random number of free spins. Whilst in the free spins round the blue laser makes random appearances activating further row and reel expansions.
Additional blocks are then added to the end of the reel or row and these can contain matching symbols which in term create even more wins. Situated at the right side of the reels is a marker which tells the players how many free spins they need to play, and how near they have got to hitting the 60,466,176 ways to win, but players need to have landed ten reels and six rows to get near to unlocking the full potential. It is true that Laser Fruit gives the impression of being a great addition to the growing number of high variance games and whilst it doesn’t have the polish or sophistication of Bonanza and Big Chilli from Big Time Gaming, overall the game play is far easier, and we think that this will certainly be exciting particularly to those that are seeking both thrills and risk at the same time.