Spinomenal may not be a household name, but they’re certainly prolific when it comes to creating virtual pokies. They have four games scheduled for release in November, and 40 Lucky Fruits is the first of them. This is a five-reel game with a decidedly old-school feel, and the following review should detail whether or not it’s right for you.

Where to Find 40 Lucky Fruits

40 Lucky Fruits is available from any online casino that carries Spinomenal products. For Aussie gamblers, I suggest using Joe Fortune Casino. In addition to Spinomenal, they also carry games from Rival, iSoftBet, Realtime Gaming, and Microgaming.

Paylines

Most modern video pokies require all paylines to be active. However, that’s not the case with 40 Lucky Fruits. You can select the number, and the options include 10, 20, 30, or 40.

I suggest always playing with the maximum possible option. If that’s too rich for your blood, then you’re better off finding a cheaper pokie.

Size of Wagers

Once you’ve selected the number of active paylines, you’ll also need to select the amount of the total bet. This option varies based on the number of lines.

For example, if you choose to play 10 lines, your total bet options include $0.10, $0.20, $0.50, $1, $3, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. For the full 40 lines, the wagers are $0.40, $0.80, $2, $4, $12, $20, $40, $80, $200, and $400.

These options make 40 Lucky Fruits an excellent choice for players of all financial levels. The game can be enjoyed for as little as $0.10, while high rollers can risk up to $400. Now that’s what I call versatility.

Audio and Visual Presentation

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more basic game in terms of audio and video components. There’s nothing special about the fruit icons, although they do appear to burst into flames on a winning spin.

You won’t have to worry about turning down the sound on this game. That’s because 40 Lucky Fruits has no background music.

40 Lucky Fruits Pay Table

The following are the possible payout values for various winning combinations. These differ based on the player’s wager. For these examples, I’ve activated 40 lines and risked the maximum of $400 per spin.

  • Cherries – This classic icon pays $40 for 3 matches, $100 for 4, and $500 for 5.
  • Oranges & Lemons – Either of these symbols pays $100 for 3 matches, $200 for 4, and $1,000 for 5.
  • Grapes & Plums – When either of these icons are part of a winning payline, you’ll receive $200 for 3 matches, $400 for 4, and $3,000 for 5.
  • Watermelon – This delicious symbol is worth $400 for 3 matches, $1,000 for 4, and $4,000 for 5.
  • Scatter – This symbol pays on any position. As part of a winning line, it pays $800 for 3 matches, $4,000 for 4, and $100,000 for 5.
  • Wild – The wild symbol substitutes for all icons besides the scatter. When part of a winning line, it pays $800 for 3 matches, $4,000 for 4, and $20,000 for 5. When the wild symbol covers all available spaces on the reels, the player receives the maximum jackpot of $800,000.

Max Bet

Clicking this virtual button results in all 40 lines becoming active. It also increases the wager to the maximum amount of $400.

Auto Play

This button can be clicked to initiate the auto-play feature. When this happens, the reels spin on their own until stopped. The wager amount is the same for each spin, at least until it’s manually changed. This is an excellent option for those who want to get in a lot of spins at the same amount.

Return to Player

The return to player (or “RTP”) is a percentage that states the theoretical payback of a given pokie. For example, a poker machine with an RTP of 94% would theoretically pay back $94 for every $100 wagered.

This percentage obviously fluctuates over time. However, over thousands of spins, it should prove to be true.

40 Lucky Fruits has an RTP of 95.6%. The RTP percentages from other Spinomenal pokies include 96% for Nights of Egypt and 96.2% for Demi Gods II.