Juice and Fruits (Playson)
Juice ‘n’ Fruits is a fruit and sevens slot machine created by Playson with 5 reels and 10 lines. Combine fruits such as lemon, plum, watermelon, orange, grapes and cherry and you will win great prizes. Prepare a fruit cocktail and enjoy the free slot in the trial mode.
How to Play Fruit and Juice Slot
Before you start playing the Juice ‘n’ Fruits slot, you must adjust the parameters that determine the cost of a spin. Your total bet (Total Bet) is calculated by multiplying two parameters. The number of active lines on the game screen (Lines). You can activate any number from 1 to 10. The bet per line (Bet) which can be from 0.01 to 10 credits per line.
You can also set the maximum bet (Max Bet) of 100 credits per spin to try to win the biggest prizes. It is worth mentioning that the developers of Playson offer this slot in two versions: desktop and mobile.
The mobile version has a different interface and does not allow you to configure the number of lines or the bet per line. If you play from a mobile device, you can only set the total bet (Bet) by choosing from 16 available options.
The Juice’n’Fruits slot is represented in its demo version that you can play for free with 1,000 virtual credits. The Autoplay option is available that allows programming from 5 to 999 automatic runs.
Juice and Fruits slot prizes
To win a prize in the classic Juice’n’Fruits slot you must get 3-5 identical images on an active payline starting from the first reel to the left. The amount of the prize depends on the bet per line chosen for the winning spin and the type of symbol that has been combined.
The red seven is the most profitable image, since it pays the bet per line 100, 1000 and 5,000 times. Watermelons and grapes give prizes of 50, 200 and 500 times the bet per line. Plums, oranges, lemons and cherries multiply the bet by 20, 50 and 200.
The long-term return to player percentage (RTP) is 94.98%. Apart from the prizes for main symbol combinations the slot does not offer any bonus features. However, the large and frequent payments make up for the lack of additional options.