More Fresh Fruits is the follow-up to Fresh Fruits, which was a really simple slot, but also one that worked really well. This sequel really doesn’t really make any major changes to the way in which the slot plays though, which begs the question, why did they bother making it in the first place?
This new slot has the same number of paylines as the old one, it has the same symbols, and it even has the same sized jackpot. In fact, the only difference between the two is a tiny tweak to the graphics, which sees the symbols become slightly 3D. More Fresh Fruits is therefore perhaps the laziest slot sequel ever created, and slot fans should be rightly annoyed with Endorphina about it.
The gameplay is smooth at More Fresh Fruits, as you’d expect from a slot from Endorphina. It has forty paylines spread across five reels, with each reel having four symbols on it, which is unusual for a slot. Like nearly all Endorphina slots, there is a Gamble feature at More Fresh Fruit, which is usually best avoided. Essentially though, the gameplay is exactly the same as the original version of this slot, so if you’ve played that, you’ll easily be able to play this one.
There are no actual bonuses at this slot, however there is a wild symbol and a scatter symbol. The wild symbol is, unsurprisingly, the symbol with “Wild” written on it, and it can replace all other symbols on the reels, except the scatter. The stars symbol is the scatter symbol, therefore they don’t have to be on a payline in order to be awarded a win.
Fresh Fruits was a pretty good slot, but this sequel has done nothing to enhance it. As a stand-alone game that means it’s still good, but Endorphina should have done more to make it a bit different.