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Immortal Fruits by Nolimit City released on 04.08.2020 is a 5-reel & 4-row online slot with 50 paylines and a 96.06% RTP. This is a retro-themed game offering players a max win of up to 2787x their stake. Immortal Fruits can be played on all devices from €0.2 to €100 per spin and is considered a high volatility game.
- 3 Separate Jackpots
- Gamble any win to enter the bonus round
- Retro Fruity
For the first of their two August slot releases, Nolimit City are debuting their first truly retro looking fruit machine, the highly volatile Immortal Fruits. The premise is simple; spin the wheels for up to 50 line wins, aided by rows of stacked wilds in the base game for wins of up to 500x. Jump from the base game to the bonus game via the scatter triggered ‘XWheel’ feature, where a special wheel of fortune is spun for multiplier wins and 3 jackpots wins of up to 2,500x.
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How to Win Big in Immortal Fruits – Xwheel
Three bonus scatter symbols landing on reels 1, 3, and 5 triggers the XWheel. The XWheel contains 3 levels, each split into 10 segments. The first and second levels contain 9 multiplier values and 1 ‘up’ symbol, where the Up symbol moves you onto the next level. The third and final level contains 10 multiplier values. On each level, one multiplier value is that level’s Jackpot. The Jackpots are 100x (Rapid Jackpot), 250x (Midi Jackpot) and 2,500x (Mega Jackpot). Land on as many multiplier values as possible to increase your win. The bonus round ends when you land on the same segment twice. Landing on any of the jackpots also ends the bonus round.
- Stacked Wilds
- Wheel of Bonus
- 50/50 Gamble
- Bonus Buy
The base game has stacked symbols, including stacked wilds which substitutes for all symbols except for the scatter. Jurisdiction allowing, wins can be gambled for a chance to enter the XWheel bonus round on the Wheel of Bonus. The Wheel of Bonus spins, and if the red segment lands under the arrow then you’re off to the XWheel bonus round. The size of the red segment directly correlates to the size of your win – the higher the win, the bigger % chance of winning the gamble. Wins can also be gambled on a 50/50 basis with a simple bet on what the colour playing card will appear, red or black.
A bonus buy option is also available in most jurisdictions. To bypass the necessity to land 3 scatters, pay 100x your chosen stake and skip straight to the XWheel bonus. Wins of less than 100x from the XWheel bonus can be gambled for another shot via the Wheel of Bonus.
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Look and Feel of Immortal Fruits
A much simpler slot than Nolimit City’s recent output, Immortal Fruits is nevertheless a well-produced, engaging slot. The look is classic and simple by design. The reels are set in a classic, old school, chrome, one arm bandit cabinet. The three jackpot values are displayed on a digital display above the reels. The background is a glitzy, shimmering red mosaic looking wall, presumably signifying the glitz of a casino. The electronic, upbeat music is consistent with other slots featuring this type of casino style settings.
The symbols are all the standard fruits, with a red seven as the highest paying symbol at 10x the bet size. The wild is a diamond, and the scatter, a wheel of fortune with Bonus written upon it. All paying fruits and their respective values can be seen below.
The game’s major feature is simple to understand, engaging, and not too hard to trigger. This is an extremely volatile game, however, so be careful with your stakes. Wins go up to 2,878x the stake. If I were to mention one point of contention, then it would be the relatively low max win on such a volatile (rated 10/10 by Nolimit City themselves). This release is not one of Nolimit’s game-changers, but a competent slot in a popular category and therefore deserving of a place on their roster.
The images above show the game’s 24/50 paylines.
Disclaimer: the game’s RTP and min/max bet may vary depending on operator and jurisdiction. Use our data as a pointer, but always make sure you check the real RTP by locating the help file directly in the game itself once loaded.