Immortal Fruits slot from Nolimit City gives us perhaps its most basic offering to date. With a more classic slot machine function to it you’ll still find some exciting bonus features to ramp up the entertainment value somewhat. but does it hit the mark like some of it’s previous releases have done, can’t match the dizzy heights of Deadwood and Punk Rocker, or is it more of a Milky Ways. Read on for our full Immortal Fruits slot review and you’ll see exactly what we made of this latest game from Nolimit City.
Immortal Fruits slot will likely have a strong appeal to those who enjoy the more classic type of slot machine and its xWheel is a nice bonus feature with some decent potential. Also the option to buy the bonus allows for immediate action but is somewhat risky as it has the potential to rip your playing funds to shreds in the blink of an eye. However, this slot feels a bit more like a filler game and does not compare to the dizzy heights and exciting gameplay of some previous releases from Nolimit City.
- Exciting xWheel Bonus Feature
- Low Max Potential Win For a Highly Volatile Slot
Immortal Fruits Slot Stats
How it Pays and Plays
Immortal Fruits slot from Nolimit City has a setup of 5 reels with 4 rows.
It’s RTP is really quite average at just 96.06% and with a hit frequency of just over 10% you will be in for some prolonged periods of dead spins.
The volatility has been turned up to the absolute max and is rated by the designer as a fill 10/10 on the scale.
The maximum win is around 2,800x, and for a slot with such high volatility you could be forgiven for expecting more potential.
Stakes range from 0.2 coins to 100 coins, which is fairly standard for Nolimit City, making it available for low stakes players and those with bank balances that most of us could only dream of.
Symbols and Graphics
Being a classic fruit machine, the Immortal Fruits slot has a range of fruit amongst it’s symbols. These include strawberries, watermelons, grapes, plums, cherries and oranges. There is also a 7 symbol just to mix things up a bit. All symbols are stacked.
The Scatter symbol is “Bonus” written in front of a picture of a wheel of fortune.
The Wild symbol is a Diamond which can sub for any symbol other than the Scatter.
Bonus xWheel Feature
Immortal Fruits doesn’t give you the usual free spins round when you land 3 Scatter symbols, instead you’ll be whisked off to the xWheel bonus which 3 layers.
Here you get presented with a wheel of fortune which has various multipliers of your stake on it and also a jackpot value – this will be marked in black.
There is also an arrow as one place of the 10 spots available on each layer of the reels. Land on the arrow and you’ll go to the next inner layer of the wheel where all prizes are increased in value. The 3rd innermost layer will have the highest value prizes and a jackpot of 2,500x.
You will get to spin the wheel and whichever prize it lands on you will get. Keep spinning the wheel until either you land on the same value twice or until you hit a jackpot value. These start at 100x on the outer wheel, then the middle wheel has 250x and the inner one has 2,500x.
There’s also a gamble feature for double or nothing your winnings, this comes in the form of guessing the colour of a playing card. Risky business taking this approach but it can also pay off nicely if you’re lucky! There’s also the possibility to gamble your win for another go on the xWheel, however this is dependent on the size of the win and if you lose the gamble you’ll be left to walk away completely empty handed.
Buy The Bonus
For non UK based players there will also be the option to simply buy your way into the bonus. This cost you 75x of your stake. Again, it’s a risky route to go down as it has the potential to rip your balance to shreds in no time at all, so we recommend caution of you decide to go down this path.
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