Unripe and bland, Sevens & Fruits: 20 Lines needed way more personality, a higher RTP, or higher volatility to catch our fancy. Ideally all three.
If Sevens & Fruits: 20 Lines feels familiar, it is not just because it takes after the other similarly titled "Sevens & Fruits" games out there, but because it is yet another fruit machine reskin on the basic Playson software.
The fruit are slightly different to look at, the Scatter symbols are slightly different shades of metal gloss, and the background a more orangey shade of red – but make no mistake, this is a case of deja vu all over again.
The graphics are decent, high quality and hi-def, but are immediately forgettable. The animations and sounds don’t help with this: in both cases they are tranferred directly from other games in the Playson fruit-bowl.
There is almost nothing about the front end of this slot to make it stand out, not even glaring flaws that might suggest risk-taking on the part of the designers.
Sevens & Fruits: 20 Lines is a five reel slot with three rows, twenty win lines, and no Wilds or bonus features.
There is no gamble feature either, making this a minimalist slot from a gameplay standpoint.
There is no Wild Symbol or Bonus symbols.
The Scatter is the only special symbol and pays out for three or more, regardless of whether the symbols are on a win line or not.
The return to player of this game is 96.31%, slightly higher than our yardstick for the average of about 96%.
The range of bets on the site we tested ran from a minimum bet per spin of $/£/€0.20 up to a maximum of $/£/€100.00 per spin.
Sevens & Fruits: 20 Lines has a medium level of volatility, which means it is not quite volatile enough to be a great match for our slot strategies.
Give this one a miss. Sevens & Fruits delivers an experience that can be had with any number of other slots, but somehow with even less flavour.
The return to player would need to be higher to make up for its downsides, as would the volatility.
We suggest you leave this one for the fruit flies.