3x Wild Cherry reminds me of Microgaming's "Break Da Bank", although I imagine that's only because it's the one game of this type that I've spent a significant amount of time playing. There really isn't a great deal to separate one game of this type from any other and in fact basically every piece of information you need to understand and play the slot including the paytable is visible right from the moment you open the game - there's definitely no need for screenfuls and screenfuls of information pages here!
One thing that did catch my attention about this game is the fact there is no premium in terms of jackpot payouts for playing the maximum three coins - the top paytable combination of three multiplier symbols simply pays proportional to your betsize as you would expect and the jackpot pays out in full regardless of the number of coins played whereas most three reel slots only pay the jackpot when maximum coins are played.
With only a single payline this isn't the most exciting game - expect lots of dead spins and lots of small wins in between the decent hits. Unsurprisingly the 3x multiplier wild symbol does not substitute for the jackpot and the weighting of the reels ensures that you'll see such a combination appearing regularly just to tease you! The "weighting" of the symbols is a standard feature in three reel slots but it can sure be annoying seeing the big payouts "almost" hit again and again, but it's the only way to make these games work.
I think the appeal of this type of game is really in the Nostalgia value, it certainly makes me think of the seaside amusement arcades dropping 2p pieces into the "noughts and crosses" machines to try and win a £1 jackpot! These days I've been spoil by video slots I guess as 3x Wild Cherry didn't hold my attention for very long - it's about as good as these games get, but that just isn't quite good enough for me!