Sevens&Fruits Slot

By Playson

Sevens&Fruits Basic info

Game provider Playson

Release Date 4/2018

RTP 96.31%

Game Technology HTML5

Popularity Low

Min bet $0.10

Max bet $100

Max Win bet x 1010

Gamble Feature Scatter symbols, Max. win, Mobile version, Automatic play, Quick play

Layout 5x3

Devices Support all devices

Configurable Winlines No

Volatility Medium

Progressive Jackpot No

No prizes for guessing the theme for Sevens & Fruits. Playson are back with a 5 payline slot – with added heat. If classic fruities set your reels a-rollin’, you’ll no doubt enjoy this 100% fruit-filled outing, with no added preservatives and natural vitamin C. Well okay, we can’t exactly promise the last part.

A Juicy Journey

First appearances: the glistening fruit design is very accomplished, yet – and perhaps it’s just me – the plums do appear slightly suggestive. The background is all fire and brimstone as if the fruits have been banished to a netherworld, destined to spin for eternity.

If you enjoy an audio-light gaming experience, Sevens & Fruits is on hand to deliver. With no bed music whatsoever, you’re left to enjoy the whirls and clicks of the fruit machine which has a nostalgic feel, harking back to simpler gaming times.

There is something refreshing about the stripped back audio. Slam down a cheese ploughman’s, order yourself a warm coke and you could almost be in an English pub.

Not Exactly Fruit-filled Features

With no bonus round to speak of, Sevens & Fruits is an unadorned and modest slot. The star scatter is the only added extra on offer and brings independent wins when landed. Paying from left to right, only the highest paying win coughs up.

For five symbols on a payline, the payouts go like this:

  • 7 – 1,000x
  • Grapes -100x
  • Star – 50x
  • Lemon – 40x
  • Watermelon – 40x
  • Plum – 40x
  • Orange – 40x
  • Cherry – 40x

Before playing Sevens & Fruits, it’s imperative to understand that there are no Free Spins on offer in this slot.

With a diminutive 5 paylines the gameplay isn’t exactly going to charm most players used to the industry standard of around 25-30. Overall, the gaming dynamic felt flat and on the drab side. While Playson may be making a deliberate play in an attempt to corner the I-like-stunted-paylines market, it’s going to isolate itself from gaining greater exposure. Seems like a funny business model, but good luck to Sevens & Fruits.

Peeling the Payouts

Medium volatility Sevens & Fruits has an RTP of 96.31% and a maximum and minimum bet of $0.10 and $100. The maximum win potential of 1,010x means that players have the chance to win a total of $101,000.

The Best of the Zest?

Let’s be clear about this: Sevens & Fruits isn’t going to win any iGaming awards for innovation. Here’s a slot with very few tricks up its sleeve. The beauty of Sevens & Fruits lies in its minimalism; the understated appearance and lack of music is a deliberate move to corner the market for players of fruities.

Personally, I’m not in the camp mentioned above and this slot does little to warrant a return visit for me. Flat gameplay and medium volatility action do nothing to excite or even slightly pique my interest. Players that want to take a trip down memory lane and enjoy nostalgic gameplay will love the somewhat comforting Sevens & Fruits, although I fear these kinds of players are now a rare breed.

For players who enjoy a graphics-heavy slot with elaborate win animations and filled with features, Sevens & Fruits is going to leave you cold. If your expectations are in line with what this slot delivers, and delivers well, you’re going to be squeezing endless hours of fun from this slot. Similar to how people like a particular flavour or not, whether you find this title leaves you feeling bitter is one of pure taste.

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda

Slot Games Analyst

Leticia Miranda is a former gambling reporter who knows everything about slot games and is happy to share her knowledge. She has covered a broad swath of topics and trends on gambling and is always full of new ideas and energy. Leticia also has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and is passionate about writing.