Inspired presented its new slot: Bonus Fruits

Bonus Fruits is a slot with a 6×3 grid and 40 paylines, and offers a juicy gaming experience for its users. It is a medium volatility slot, and is fully optimized for both desktop, vertical and horizontal mobile play.

“We are delighted to launch Bonus Fruits, an enticing and welcome addition to our growing and diverse portfolio of innovative slot titles. The game’s vibrant fruit graphics and seamless gameplay will please a variety of casual slot fans of all budgets while offering them an enjoyable and relaxed online gaming experience,” announced Claire Osborne, the vice president of Interactive at Inspired.

The game currently boasts an RTP (rate of return to player) of 95%, a medium degree of volatility that makes it neither too stable nor erratic when it comes to giving rewards, and focuses on satisfying casual online casino players. In addition, with the activation of the Spin & Win bonus, which is given when three or more scatters are presented.

“With vivid graphics, vibrant fruit symbols, a variety of stacked wilds, multiple bonuses and an upbeat electronic soundtrack, Bonus Fruits is the ideal game for players to relax, unwind and have fun,” commented Inspired when talking about their new game.

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