The Berry Burst Max slots game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment are one of the most established software providers on the market, being founded in 1996. Net Entertainment are a Swedish company but gained enough success to have offices all over the world. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). As such, we can state that the House Edge for Berry Burst Max is 3.44%.
Berry Burst Max does not operate using paylines. Instead, you win when you form clusters of 5 or more identical symbols, matching either horizontally or vertically on the reels. A cluster of 15 or more identical symbols, including wilds will reward the player up to 10000 coins.
Wild – The “Orange Cube” is the Wild symbol, replacing all symbols. One or more Wild symbols landing anywhere on the reels will expand to fill the entire reel that they land on and will reward the player with an additional re-spin. Wilds are available and operate in the same manner during re-spins. When forming a cluster, wilds will only substitute for symbols on either side of that cluster.
Strawberry – The “Strawberry” symbol is the game’s most valuable symbol. The only way to hit the maximum payout of 10000 coins is to land a combination of purely Strawberries and Wilds or just Strawberries and Wilds that fills the reels.
Berry Burst Max is identical to Berry Burst except the wins have been increased. To counteract this the minimum bet has been increased from one to two Euros, meaning you are risking twice as much to try and win more. As with Berry Blast, the game looks excellent for such a simplistic theme but, I guess when you’ve seen it before some of the shine is automatically lost. Again, there are few bonuses to discuss other than expanding wilds and a single re-spin that can be re-triggered. The House Edge is higher, meaning that in the long term, this game does not offer the same value for money as its counterpart.