Fruit Party 2

Pragmatic Play empties the fruit bowl for a sequel to their highly successful grid slot Fruit Party. Packing all the right ingredients to produce sufficient gaming, and becoming one of Pragmatic’s most iconic releases to date, the original Fruit Party seems to have made a lasting impression on players in spite of its somewhat generic looks.

It did what it did, occasionally causing a frisson of excitement, though we won’t blame you if you’re asking yourself what the big deal is. In any case, Pragmatic Play has left the cosmetics largely intact for the sequel, focusing on math model and feature tweaks to tempt players back for a return visit.

One thing Pragmatic Play has done is to sharpen the background imagery. Fruit Party 2 is located in a similar countryside location, yet the fruit trees and cottage have a more defined look, less hazy, less dreamy than before. The same-sized grid returns, meaning a 7×7 game panel, dropping in 49 fruit dominated symbols with every spin. Like the original, Fruit Party 2 is warmly inviting, and kind of generic but gets the job done to an adequate degree.
The math model is one area where a few noticeable changes have taken place. Volatility, for one, has been tightened to a high setting giving the game extra bite, as has the default RTP (slightly), which now comes in at 96.53%. Players may set a stake from 20 p/c to £/€100 per spin, and the fruit fiesta is available on any type of device.

Fruit Party 2 uses a cluster pays system where 5 or more matching symbols connecting horizontally or vertically constitute a win, increasing in value the bigger they get. The most valuable clusters are made up of 15 or more identical symbols, worth 150x the bet for strawberries, descending through oranges, apples, grapes, plums, stars and hearts. One of Fruit Party’s new additions is the inclusion of a wild symbol. Not only do wild symbols land anywhere to substitute all pay symbols, but they also appear with multipliers, covered next.

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