Fruit Fiesta is one of a handful of Microgaming video slots which comes in two formats. This one uses three reels, one payline and is designed for players who like classic slots with the added allure of a progressive jackpot.
Fruit Fiesta Three Reel Slot Theme
Fruit Fiesta 3 reel presents the reels, full width paytable and progressive jackpot counter on one screen. The buttons and options are positioned below the main design which makes the slot simple to use.
The simple nature of the slot hasn’t meant a compromise in gameplay or variety because the designers have included 11 different icon designs. They include rainbow 7, pink 7, triple bar, double bar, bat, pineapple, plum, orange, watermelon, bell and the fruit fiesta logo.
Whilst playing everything moves smoothly, is easy to manage and from a design perspective is much more enjoyable when compared to other slots in this genre.
Betting Options and More Functions
The coin value on Fruit Fiesta is fixed at 0.25 and players can choose to play 1, 2 or 3, coins. This means there are just three bets available; 0.25, 0.50 or 0.75 which makes it a relatively low range slot.
Fruit Fiesta 3 Reeled Features
The Fruit Fiesta logo is wild for all other symbols and plays as the jackpot icon when three appear on the payline. The progressive can only be won when using the maximum three coins which equates to 0.75 per spin. The two coin prize is 1,600 coins and one coin 800 which is still very impressive.
Our Take on Fruit Fiesta 3 reel
You’ll struggle to find another classic slot with so many positive aspects. It offers a low betting range, is easy to use and offers some impressive standard prizes.
The progressive jackpot is also impressive as our data collation shows the average win is $23,046 which drops roughly every 14 days. The most it’s ever gone for is a shade under $42,000 which is incredible when you consider the maximum stake is 0.75!
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