Fruitoids is s a strange-looking video slot game created by Yggdrasil Gaming. It looks like it may take place underwater, but it could also show a landscape from a mysterious faraway planet where quirky plants grow in a different atmosphere. Each of the plants has its own fruit, so in this game we’ll be going on a hunt for the strangest fruits in the universe. Yggdrasil’s top-notch graphics are at it again and we can see great creativity in the design and high quality in its execution. Fruitoids RTP is high at 96.7% and the game can deliver a top payout of ₹12,500,000.
All 25 lines pay from the left, and a minimum of three matching symbols on one line is needed for a prize. There are no Wilds or Scatter Symbols, but there are some modifiers and bonus features that are in charge of boosting up the gameplay and the player’s balance. Both Max Bet and Autoplay are included in the control panel, to save some time and spare you from doing more clicks than it is absolutely necessary. The minimum stake allowed is ₹1 and the most you can wager is ₹15,000.
Every time a winning combo is achieved, the player will receive a re-spin. The fruit that triggered the feature stays frozen. If you continue to land the same symbol, you will keep getting free re-spins. The feature will go on until matching symbols stop landing and at that point the winnings will be evaluated and credited to your balance.
The big wins occur when the Indian casino player starts filling the reels with identical symbols. Above each reel, starting with reel 2, there is a multiplier. Reel 2 adds a 2x multiplier, reel 3 a 3x multiplier and so on up to 5x. When an entire reel is filled with matching symbols, the corresponding multiplier is applied. The reels must be filled from the left for the multiplier to grow.
Fruitoids is one of Yggdrasil’s early releases and one of several with the Freeze Re-spins and Column Multipliers system. The game’s simple mechanics are suitable for less experienced punters and the max win is awfully tempting. Perhaps the symbols don’t look quite edible, but they will not leave a bitter taste in your mouth should you decide to give them a spin.