Fresh out of the gaming library of Pragmatic Play is a Polynesian-themed game known as Tiki Fruits. As the title sort of implies, this is one of the more simplistic mobile pokies you are likely to come across at online casino sites right now.
Despite that, the game contains a somewhat original gaming structure and is no slouch when it comes to graphics or top prizes, either. Developed by Red Tiger Gaming, expect quality graphics and one-of-a-kind gameplay in this bizarre release.
How to play
Tiki Fruits features 8 reels in total, and upon those sit a total of 10 rows. The mobile pokie has a Cluster Pays style format to it, so you won’t be wagering on individual paylines here. Even so, like most pokies from this developer, the wagering range is a doddle to get to grips with. Expect floor bets of $0.20 per spin and ceiling bets costing no more than $40 a pop in the game.
Cluster Pays structure: As with other games with this design, once a winning cluster of symbols appears on the reels, those symbols will disappear. New ones drop down to replace those icons, giving players multiple chances to land a win with just a single “spin” of the reels.
Bonus Meter: Any time a winning combination appears on the reels, the fruit symbols which made it up will fill up a fruit meter on the side. Once a meter is filled a special prize will be dished out to the player. At the end of a symbol drop (when no new wins occur) the meters are reset, so you only have a narrow window to trigger the bonus prizes.
Tiki Spins bonus: Keep an eye out for the coconut cocktail. This forms a bonus icon. When the meter for these symbols is filled, a bonus round is triggered. Players will land a random number of free games, and any fruit-filled meters will not reset, until the end of the round. It is also possible in this round for a girl to randomly remove symbols from the reels as she sees fit, giving players yet more chances to bag decent wins in the game.
The best-paying symbols in this cluster-style game are the 7s. Landing 31 or more such symbols in a cluster (horizontally and vertically) will dish out a non-progressive jackpot which is capped at 777x your stake. Of course, that is notoriously difficult to do, so cash prizes worth anything from 0.4x up to 177x your bet are the norm. Tiki Fruits has a return to player (RTP) rate of 96.05%.
This Red Tiger Gaming developed mobile pokie is more of an instant win game than a true pokie. Even so, with so many different symbols on the reels at once, you’ve got a good shot at landing prizes in the game. It also comes with marginally more features than many of its counterparts, which should help it do rather well in the online casino world.