Fruity Burst 2

Fruity Burst 2

Have a spin and land some juicy wins on Fruity Burst 2!

The Free Spins Bonus is activated when three or more Free Spins symbols appear, and the cascading feature in this game creates the potential for extra wins.

During the Free Spins Bonus, the Power-Up Ball can land to expand the grid up to a possible 8x8 size.

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    Fruity Burst 2 Game Overview

    The bet sizes in Fruity Burst 2 range from 10p to £5.

    Betting in this game uses the Cluster Pays mechanic.


    Cluster Pays Mechanic

    To win in Fruity Burst 2, your combinations must be in clusters.

    Clusters are made up of five or more adjacent symbols on the grid.


    Cascading Feature

    This slot features a cascading feature, which removes winning symbols from the grid after they have been paid out.

    This leaves spaces for brand new symbols, which will fall down into place from above the grid.

    As soon as these symbols are set, the grid will be evaluated for any new wins.


    Bonus Ball Symbols

    Bonus Ball symbols can only be shown on the grid throughout the base game in this online slot.

    The Free Spins Bonus will be activated when a minimum of three Bonus Balls are produced on a single spin.


    Free Spins Bonus

    The size of the grid is 5x5 during the base game and at the beginning of the Free Spins Bonus.

    You can expand the grid by landing Power-Up Balls on your free spins.


    Power-Up Ball Symbol

    When you land a Power-Up Ball, your next spin will be played on a grid with a slightly bigger size.

    After you land the Power-Up Ball on the first occasion, the grid turns expands to a 6x6 size. The next time it increases to 7x7, and when the third individual Power-Up Ball appears, the grid is expanded to its highest possible size of 8x8.

    As soon as the 8x8 grid has been triggered, you will be able to play an unlimited amount of free spins until you have obtained a winning combination.


    Return to Player 

    Return To Player (RTP): 95.30%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game. 

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.30 of wins.