Samba de Frutas Slot Machine

Date Updated:3 Aug 2019 Written by Gennaro Donnarumma

The soundtrack of the Samba de Frutas helps set the mood for a fun gaming experience and the symbols on the reels make sure to live up to the same high expectations. This IGT game has a screen that shows 8 rows of symbols on the five reels and up to 100 lines which can be activated. Stacked wilds can make the most out of the display and there are also free spins to be won.

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Samba de Frutas Slot Machine: rules and general information

  • Samba de Frutas Slot - Stacked Wild Symbol
  • Samba de Frutas was launched by IGT and comes with a nice theme and a soundtrack that will get players in the mood for dancing. The theme looks like it was based on an old-school samba movie and there are various symbols which show the colorful dancers from the popular event. Similar to other popular slots from IGT, the screen used by the Samba de Frutas slot machine is not the standard 5x3 display most users are familiar with. Instead, the game uses five reels that show eight rows of symbols to make for a much larger screen. There are up to 100 bet lines which can be activated to cover different parts of the display and to really make the most out of the screen, the main symbols take up multiple positions and can even appear stacked on the entire reel. The wild symbol is the image of the Samba dancer with a huge hat made out of fruits and the entire icon can actually take up eight positions, or the full roller on the screen. Wild symbols substitute for regular images of course. The image of the two Samba shakers represents the bonus symbol and three appearing on the center three reels will pay two times the total bet and also award five free spins. The theme changes slightly when the free spins are being played but the stacked wild feature remains available and the pays are the same. The two main regular symbols show a female and a male dancer, both paying the same and taking up three spots on the reels. The next two images show a pair of Toco Toucans and a pair of parrots, taking up two positions each. Finally, the paytable includes six card symbols, from 9 to Ace, of different colors that will only take up one position on the screen.