Although, I can’t say it’s very different from the others but has a fresh look and is charming enough. This case the ‘orange’ is not just pertains to symbols it uses but the warm dominating colour that ruin the scree but not in unfitting mode. Orange is the only fruit figure but we can’t be disappointed if we expected a classic 3-reel, 1-payline slot as the other participants are bell, bars and sevens.
It’s a very simple traditional, 2-coin slot and accepts stakes from $0.25 to $10. The maximum winnable amount is 1600 coins with 3 Oranges in the line but no need to be sad if just one or two are on the middle line because it acts as a Wild and alone doubles the value of wins and 2 of them quadruples the worth of the winning combination. These qualities are true if it is the only symbol on the pa line in such case it substitutes the lowest paying Bell icon and pays x2.
Unfortunately, it can be used as good as for example Lion Share or Frost bite against any wagering requirements because the frequently completed little winnings occurred at the other two are not realized here and player can run into some long cold streaks. On the other hand oranges from time to time like to jump in to complete a higher paying line.
I had several double bar winnings are quadrupled but when triple bars or 7’s formed a good line it was only doubled by an orange and looked every time it lose its ability to arrive in pair. But generally it’s a fine, average classic slot in pleasant environment without and chance for game consistency. It can cause some enjoyable time to play it but the illusion to win something big it is just not here.