Free Fruit Party 2 slot
Fruit Party 2 free play demo
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Fruit Party 2 slot by Pragmatic Play is a simple version of a grid game although it does remind people of their Sweet Bonanza Xmas slot. Nowhere near as involving as for example are Play'n Go's grid-based efforts like Reactoonz 2 slot or even their old Gemix slot, here it's very straightforward. A cartoon rural background, gentle music and basic symbols make the scene and not much else. So can it be a party for our bankroll or will the fruit be rotten here?
On the grid...
So we start with a 7x7 grid on Fruit Party 2 slot and need adjacent clusters of 5+ symbols to pay us. The highest pays are for 15+ so the top one is Strawberry paying 150x/1x bet for those extremes and Heart 20x/0.2x at the lower end with 5 others in between. There are Nectarine scatters which can appear anywhere. Winning symbols replaced from above with separate wins counted in the meter to the left. A Wild can be created after a winning cluster explodes and if so will be at 2x multiplier and if randomly reappearing it will double to 4x and so-on to a maximum of 256x. More than one will add the multipliers together if they both count in the same cluster. A big cluster can leave numerous Wilds at once which is where the big wins can occur.
If seeing 3 to 7 Nectarine scatters 10-25 free games are yours, with 3+ more scatters during them adding +5 spins. The enhancement is that the Wild now starts at 3x tripling each use, so 9, 27, 81, 243 and even 729x is possible! You are capped at 5,000x bet though on this volatile slot which is a fraction of the theoretical pays it could produce.
Fruit Party 2 slot has a 96.53% RTP and is pretty humdrum most of the time, the symbols and music becoming boring quite fast. It can though hit its maximum pay in the base game just as easily as in the feature which is something to be grateful for I suppose. For some reason the first version of this slot was quite popular so it's hardly surprising Pragmatic have made little in the way of changes. Something else that hasn't changed is the fact I will not play this one either...