The Sevens and Fruits: 20 Lines game can be found at casinos offering Playson software. Playson are an established online gaming provider that have an impressive array of clients. Their games can most often be found as an addition to a larger primary gaming platform provider. Playson do not publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their game paytable or on the company website. As such we will not know what the House Edge for Sevens and Fruits: 20 Lines is until it has been picked up an operator.
Sevens and Fruits: 20 Lines is a 5 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses 20 standard paylines, playing from left to right.
Scatters – The “Gold Star” is the game’s Scatter symbol, meaning it will pay out regardless of paylines if you can land 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels on a single spin. The “Gold Star” also happens to be the game’s second most valuable symbol. 3 will earn you twice the bet, 4 will earn you 10 times the bet and 5 will earn you 50 times the bet.
7 – The most valuable symbol in the game is the “7”. 3 will earn you 5 times the bet, 4 will earn you 50 times the bet and 5 will earn you 250 times the bet.
If you need a new Playson game in your life that looks exactly the same as many of their other “Fruits”, “Clovers”, “Jokers” and “Sevens” games, then look no further because Playson have very kindly obliged. What annoys me the most is that Playson has shown us in the past that they can create some really good games, better than some of the lesser known software companies. This, as I said when Fruits and Clovers: 20 Lines came out feels like a waste of everyone’s time. If you already play one these types of Playson games I don’t know why you would want to hunt this one down.