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Fruit Case Slot

NetEnt

It's time to get crazy with Fruit Case. This 20-line video slot is jam-packed with plenty of ways to strike it rich. With an emphasis on the falling of the symbols, Fruit Case delivers unique gameplay elements. If you want to play Fruit Case for real money, just sign up at any NetEnt casino.

Begin a game by deciding how much you want to bet per spin. Due to the design of the game, all 20 lines are mandatory. Click the buttons to the left and right of Coin Value to adjust the coin denomination. Available sizes range from 0.01 to 0.50. Next, press the button to the left and right of Bet Level to change the number of coins wagered on every line. Press the circular arrow button to begin spinning, or use Max Bet to spin with 10 coins on every line. Click Autoplay to play several times in a row.

What makes Fruit Case such an insane video slot is the avalanche feature. If you get any payline win, all winning symbols will be squished, and gravity will make more fruits, preserves, wilds, or blenders pour in. With each of these avalanches, the wild multiplier increases by 2. It's like getting up to four spins for the price of one! Best of all, Fruit Case also has a Free Fall feature that can be won at any time. Just get 3 Free Fall blenders from left-to-right in succession to win 10 free spins at a tripled multiplier. So take a chance on these loony fruits and see if they'll be kind to you!

Game Play

Coin Value: Adjust the coin denomination.
Bet Level: Change the bet per line.
Circular arrow button: Spin at the chosen bet.
Max Bet: Spin at a bet of 10 coins on every line.
Autoplay: Spin several times consecutively.

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Software NetEnt
Slot Type Video slots
RTP 96.4%
Special feature Wild Scatter Free Spins
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Fiekie247 563 reviews
South Africa
Reviewed on July 19, 2019

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Are you a fan of Gonzo Quest? Then this slot is for you. Fruit Case used to be an old Netent slot which was released years ago. I never bothered playing this slot, why I do not know, but then I decided to give this bad boy a try as Gonzo is not performing as it should as of lately.

The slot a has simple, cartoon style graphics. Symbols on the reels include A, K and Q jam jars and various fruits include pears, lemons, oranges and strawberries. The strawberry is the most rewarding symbol giving you 2.5, 10 or 100 times your stake for 3, 4 or 5 on a payline respectively.

Fruit Case uses the avalanche feature - Whenever you get a winning combination, contributing symbols are crushed and disappear to leave gaps for new falling symbols which gives you the chance to win again and again from every spin. Once there are no more winning combos the spin is finished.

Now, there is a fruit case x2 wild symbol which substitutes for all symbols including the scatter. The wild multiplier increases with each new avalanche up to x8 depending on the number of avalanches in that spin. I am not sure if you land 2 x8 wild symbols in the same payline if they multiply each other, I doubt it, but you never know.

There’s also a free fall feature which is triggered when you get 3 free fall symbols on the you start with 10 spins and retrigger if you get 3 free fall symbols during the feature, you’ll win another 10 free spins. Not sure if the triggers are unlimited. The free spins have a standard x3 multiplier, that would mean should a wild symbol multiplier land in a win, it is multiplied by 3. This could result into decent winnings.

This slot looks like its medium to high variance, but I love it actually and play it more often as of lately. Got a few x50 winners still waiting on that x24 multiplier hit during free spins.
raverbabe 559 reviews
United Kingdom
Reviewed on September 25, 2016

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Yet another Gonzo's Quest style machine with "avalanche" symbols as NetEnt like to call this design, though I still always think of it as "Rolling Reels" as I first got into these types of games over at Microgaming casinos! Fruit Case shares a number of features with Gonzo however the multipliers are better in the base game, ranging from x2 to x8 for subsequent symbol combinations and the games wild symbol also shows an ascending multiplier as well but don't be fooled as this isn't an additional multiplier, it is merely representing which overall multiplier is active on the current spin which is very misleading in my opinion.

The games base paytable is quite steeply curved, I like the fact you can win up to 100x your bet for a full line of the strawberry symbols, potentially up to 800x if the 8x multiplier is active, but that is as far as the wins stretch in this game and the games other symbols drop in value very quickly so don't expect to see much above 100x your stake very often.

Fruit Case isn't a particularly attractive game, the symbols are fairly basic and bland and I think it is definitely showing it's age now. You need to score the free spins symbols on an active payline on reels one, two and three in order to trigger the bonus game which can be very difficult and infuriating when you manage to get all three symbols on screen yet they don't trigger the free spins as their placement is not on an active payline! There are no additional multipliers during free spins either, I guess as a result of the extra multiplier placed on the wild symbols, and more often than not the result of my free spins was very poor.

This game also suffers from one of my major pet hates with on-line slots, the "big win!" notification appears on screen making a big song and dance even on very low wins - I've seen it appear after winning just 9x my stake, how on earth can that be regarded as a big win?! I'm not sure exactly how low the trigger is set but it's blatantly way too low.
zerooo 742 reviews
Slovenia
Reviewed on December 30, 2015

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Fruit Case is nice designed video slot with 5 reels and 20 pay lines. It is powered by NetEnt software provider. I like design into this game with all funny fruits symbols.

I played this game only a few times and I like it. The game is very interesting because it has falling down symbols with multipliers. Like at as Gonzo's Quest or some other video slots. Here the multipliers are x2, x4, x6 and x8. I think this is good. When I was playing it, I received back nice winnings. They were almost all decent, sometimes I also had winnings which were smaller than x2 bet.

I like this game because it has x8 multiplier. But it is very hard to get this multiplier, you need to have a lot of luck. The free spins feature is even more interesting because all winnings are at x3 multiplier. I had some nice winnings there, my best result was around x 50 total bet stake. It is really good because there are the same multipliers like as at base game and even additional x3 multiplier on all winnings. I think this is great, I have not seen many games with this kind of free spins feature.

I think this game could provide some big winnings because it has also good paytable. The pay outs during my gameplay session were good, I do not have any bad words to say about it.

I will rate it with 9 stars. I enjoy while I was playing it and I think I should play it more often. I do not like video slots with fruit theme so much, but Fruit Case is funny themed game and I like it. I would recommend it to all players to try it out. I like it and I am sure many players / gamblers like it.

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