Games developer and igaming content provider Tom Horn Gaming has enhanced its juicy games portfolio after releasing a classic new fruit slot game titled Fruits go Pop!

The operator’s three-reel video slot has five to 25 paylines, and includes features such as expanding wilds, a free spins mode and a gamble feature.

“Fruit-based games hold a special place in our portfolio and we’re excited to be rolling out yet another traditional fruit-themed slot,” commented Ondrej Lapides, CEO of Tom Horn Gaming. “Players will never get weary of old school feeling from before the online video slots times these classic gems offer. 

The game features traditional double fruit symbols, bells and sevens, reviving the good old days of classic slot machines.

During gameplay, the symbol to watch out for is the 77 wild, which when expanded, creates the vertically expanding 77 wild feature that can appear in both the base game and free spins. 

When the 77 wild is landed anywhere on the reels, the vertically expanding 77 wild is activated, filling the entire reel by transforming other symbols – except for scatters – into wild symbols. 

Additionally, the game features a free spins mode. If a player lands three star symbols – which act as scatters – 10 free spins will be awarded. In this feature, a x2 multiplier is awarded and five winlines increase to 27, allowing for more winning combinations in the bonus round. 

Lastly, the game is also enhanced with a gamble feature, allowing players to gamble their winnings by guessing the card colour or the card suit. If their guess is correct, they will double their wins. 

Lapides added: “We believe that Fruits Go Pop! will become an instant hit across our operator partner’s network and we can’t wait to see how the game performs. The fun-filled fruity-themed game offers massive wins which can reach up to x3,456 the stake and players can try their luck from September 1 when the slot is released worldwide.”

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Tom Horn Gaming gets ‘juicy’ with Fruits go Pop