Fruit machines (or AWPs) are popular slots that are found in pubs in the United Kingdom. They are usually 3-reel, 1-line slots known for having hold and nudge features, as well as cash trails and many other special features.
The majority of online casino fruit machines are found at Microgaming casinos such as Bovada, but there are also a couple including the Incredible Hulk fruit machine that you can play at Cryptologic casinos like Bovada.
You can read about many of the fruit machines available at Microgaming and Cryptologic casinos by clicking on its name. You will be able to read a detailed review of the slot that describes the theme, betting options, all of the many special features, payouts and more.
Fruit Machines / Amusement with Prizes Slots:
- Billion Dollar Gran
- Bingo Bango Boom!
- Cash ‘n’ Curry
- Chavin’ It Large
- Cops And Robbers
- Deep Sea Dosh
- Dubya Money!
- Fire N Dice
- Fruit Fight
- Game On!
- Jamaican A Fortune!
- Pub Fruity
- Reel Riot
- Ski Bunny
- Super Sideshow
- The Gee Gees
- The Hulk
- Track & Field Mouse
- Treasure Ireland
- Who Wants To Be A Stallionaire!
- Winning Wheels
- You Lucky Barstard
Additional Fruit Machine Questions:
What is a fruit machine?
Fruit machines (also known as pub slots or one-armed bandits and formally known as Amusement with Prizes) are commonly found in pubs, clubs and arcades in the United Kingdom. They are different from your classic slot machine found in North America due to the fact that they have special features such as nudges, holds, cash ladders, number trails and much more. Fruit machines are also more skill-based than typical classic slot machine.
Can I play Flash games of fruit machines for free in my browser?
When will a review of a specific fruit machine be added?
If you wish to request a review for one of the fruit machines yet to be reviewed, you can send us an e-mail at Site@CasinoAnswers.com and we will try to put a review up for the requested slot game as soon as possible.
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