It’s not often that you see a slot with fruit involved that look good enough to eat. Fruit are common-enough symbols in slot games, but this is far from a fruit machine three-reel effort. Instead, you’ve got something entirely different and it gives you a chance to try and win one of four progressive jackpots too.
The design is simple enough but it is very polished and smooth to play. All the game controls are easy to understand and you can read the details of the game in the pay table as well.
It’s always nice to play a five-reel, 20-line slot, and that is exactly what is in store for you here.
You can choose one of the total bet amounts at the bottom of the screen. These range from 20 credits all the way to 400 credits.
The lucky number 7 is the wild here, and it replaces almost everything. The one thing it cannot replace is the red star with the gold border, as this is the scatter.
No, but you can try a gamble feature if you win less than 700 credits on a spin. You don’t have to, but the option is there to try and double your win on a red/black choice. If you get it wrong, though, you’ll lose whatever you had won up to that point.
We haven’t mentioned those progressive jackpots since the start of our review. They’re at the top of the game screen, with each one connected to a suit of cards. You’ll need to trigger the Mystery Bonus game to have a chance of winning one of them, and it’s triggered entirely at random, so you had better hope the good fortune stays with you!
There is really not much more involved with this game. You can try it without paying anything by choosing the demo mode, but we think you will probably want to have a go with real funds, at least for a while. With those random jackpots tempting you at the top of the screen, it’s no wonder Super 20 could be the slot you remember this year.