Fruit Inferno

Fruit Inferno is the colourful slot game offering lots of ways to win and unique features.

    Fruit Inferno Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Fruit Inferno range from 20p to £20.  

    Betting in this game is fixed at 20 paylines. 

    Game Rules

    Fruit Inferno is played on a 5x3 grid.

    There are three elements that affect how the game occurs:

    • Fire Zone - this is the bottom row of the grid, which is glowing and marked by Fire 
    • Multiplier - shows the initial multiplier value x 5
    • Re-spins counter 

    Calculating Wins

    Wins are calculated when the reels stop spinning. This is done in two stages:

    • Payline wins - these are calculated the same way as a classic slot game
    • Fire Zone - Fire Zone wins are calculated from left to right (like All Ways Pays slot games). Fire Zone wins are multiplied by the current multiplier value

    Fire Zone

    The Fire Zone is the bottom row of the game screen, which is marked with Fire. 

    It's linked to the multiplier - any wins on connected symbols (from left to right) will be multiplied by the current value. 

    The Fire Zone acts like an extra payline until it has expanded.

    Once expanded, the Fire Zone works like an All Ways Pays slot game. This means that all win types in a single wager are added together.

    Scatter Symbols

    For every Scatter that lands, one re-spin will be added to the re-spins counter.

    Should a Scatter appear outside the Fire Zone, the position will be marked with Fire and connect to the Fire Zone.

    This will cause the Fire to cascade downwards on the next spin. 

    Any Scatters that land inside the Fire Zone will increase the multiplier value by one.

    The value resets at the end of the round.

    Fire Feature

    This is enabled if the Fire Zone engulfs all symbols in-view. 

    Doing so will award you extra multipliers and re-spins!

    The Fire Feature can only be triggered once per wager. 

    Any wins will be applied before the next re-spin occurs and all cells are lit up.

    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 96.00%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game. 

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.00.