The slot has 4 lines, 4 columns and 2 diagonals that pay both directions (ways). On each payline the bet is between 1 and 5 coins and the spins can be held on reels or simultaneously at random on all symbols. The winning combinations contain all, 3 or 4 symbols except for a unique symbol (here the classic Cherry) that is paying even from one upwards.
There are no Wild symbols and no Free Spins, but there are two special bonuses each having a map to the right of the slot. Two special bonus symbols appear on reels occasionally and then a man is advanced one step on the corresponding map from the right. When the total advance is 9 steps (so when one collects a total of nine same bonus symbols from different spins), the map reach the collect, and a certain amount (bigger or smaller, yet I never knew if it is random) is attributed to the player. All slots of this type are generally medium in what it concerns winnings, yet here I was winning a few times, until finally I were at loss, even if I lined up quite often 4 symbols. Losses are summing also because of the fact that here few spins offer winnings, and their value is generally equal to the total bet. In addition , as I said there is no Free spins round.
Sorry to say , I've already played a slot like this one and what is too much, it will damage, even if sometimes the intentions of the casino are good.