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Jumping Fruits

About Jumping Fruits

Wazdan released Jumping Fruits on September 21, 2017. This fruity html5 video slot is set in a lush wooden kitchen garden and—like Slot Jam (August 2018) and Fruits Go Bananas (July 2018)—has personified fruits.

The games developer owns numerous fruit-themed video slots, namely: Hot 777 series, Lucky 9 (April 2020), Fruit Mania series, Black Horse Deluxe (April 2020), Arcade (February 2013), Magic Fruits series, Mega Jack series, Lucky Reels (June 2019), Mystery Jack series, Sizzling series (June 2018), Magic Target series, Magic Hot series, Jumping Fruits (September 2017), Hot 777 series, Beauty Fruity (August 2019), and Jack on Hold (February 2016).

The Jumping Fruits’ rival slots include: Bubble Fruits (February 2020) from GameArt, Loot A Fruit (September 2019) from Spinomenal, and Fruit Friends (June 2012) from NeoGames. Thirteen symbols (sheriff badge, pitchfork-holding pear, watermelon, pineapple, plum, raspberry, green grapes, lemon, strawberry, cherries, irrigating pear, orange, and poised pear) require three winning combinations.

Jumping Fruits Game Characteristics

Jumping Fruits has a partitioned wood-framed jasmine white 3X3 grid that is divided up by three tall glass tubes containing red fruit juices. There are 27 fixed paylines, fourteen symbols, nine cash bets, reversed reels, neither free games nor substituting wilds, a gamble game, and regularly pays from $0.10 to $1200.00.

Jumping Fruits has one special symbol and thirteen ordinary symbols. The glass tube partitions prompt the reels to spin backwards at random. Ordinary symbols: a bespectacled, human-faced and starfruit-inspired sheriff badge in a brown Stetson hat; a man-bodied and pitchfork-holding pear in a Stetson hat; a surprised and human-bodied watermelon holding a koa spear; a girly pineapple; a girly plum; a bespectacled elderly man-like raspberry; a human-bodied bunch of green grapes; a girly hand fan-holding lemon; a stupefied girly strawberry; dark-haired identical twins-like cherries in blue; a Stetson hat-wearing human-bodied pear with an irrigating pipe; a plump man-bodied orange; and a poised pear in a teal blue trouser.

Jumping Fruits cash bets: $0.10 (minimum), $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum).

Example: the $100.00 bet offers these Jumping Fruits payouts for three winning combinations. Sheriff badge pays $1200.00. Pitchfork-holding pear pays $600.00. Watermelon pays $500.00. Pineapple pays $400.00. Plum pays $300.00. Raspberry, or bunch of green grapes pays $200.00. Lemon, or strawberry, or cherries, or irrigating pear, or orange, or poised pear pays $100.00.

The reels can spin backwards once, or twice, or thrice to boost winning chances. The fruit-finding default side game: players which of the two grape leaves beside the sheriff badge will reveal a payout-doubling fruit or a payout-nullifying bug. Players can also guess the suit color of a face down playing card. Jumping Fruits’ non-progressive jackpot is X81, which (81X100) is $8100.00.

The good Jumping Fruits software features: big screen; slow, moderate, or fast gameplay; Ultra Lite or High Quality modes; low, standard, or high volatility level; supports Window, Android, and iOS, operating systems; 18 languages; left and right-hand modes; desktop and mobile versions; and 5-1000 autospins whose win and loss limits are $1000.00 (mobile) and $1000000.00 (desktop).

Ambient background: marching band music. There are rustling, bug’s sarcastic laughter, and cartoon sound effects. The animated 3D graphics include: dolly zoom, God rays, furious bug charging towards the sheriff badge, comic action bubbles, capillarity, and slapstick humor.

Luck in Jumping Fruits

A game of chance, the RTP rate of Jumping Fruits is 96.40% and the house edge is 3.60%.

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