July 27, 2020 written by

Visit the beaches of Hawaii in GameArt’s new slot

In the wake of GameArt’s recent slot release Apocalypse Quest comes Hawaiian Fruits.

Hawaii is known for its sun, sea, and beaches, and is a destination many of us want to visit! Not everyone can make it there, however, so GameArt allows people to experience the fun of this tropical island from the comfort of their own home.

This release comes just in time for the summer, so pack your swimwear and your sun cream to get started!

Hawaiian Fruits is a vibrant slot game with a carved tiki figure by the reels cheering you on! With the reels nestled in between palm trees on a sandy beach, this is a perfect setting for you to relax and enjoy your gaming.

Hawaiian Fruits

Hawaiian Fruits has a 5×5 layout and is a cluster slot. This is the first cluster slot that GameArt have ever released, so players will be able to try out something new and unique.

In cluster slots, there are no paylines. Instead, you aim to gather a minimum of 5 identical symbols in a group, or a cluster. The more symbols you gather in a cluster, the higher the payout will be.

Every time you find a cluster, the grouping will disappear and new symbols will fall down to replace them.

On Hawaiian Fruits the symbols are based on the Hawaii theme, as you would expect! For example, there are coconuts, pineapples, grapes, flowers, and other intriguing fruits like star fruits and dragon fruits.

Tiki Meter

At the side of the reels there is a Tiki Meter, which will fill up with each symbol that explodes. Reach a certain number and you can trigger some very special features.

If you collect 6, 11, and 16 symbols on this meter, you can add up to 3 Wilds on the reels! If you continue adding more symbols to the meter, up to 55, 85, or 145, you can add up to 3 more Wilds on to the reels.

Wild symbols are a light blue with a number in the middle of them. Wilds can substitute for all symbols and can help you to form winning clusters. When a Wild contributes to a win, it will move to a random vacant space next to it before new symbols fall into position.

Each time this happens, the multiplier on the Wild (the number in the middle) increases by 1.

When you collect 40 symbols on more, this will trigger free spins mode. Here you will get 5 free spins and the reels will expand to a 7×7 layout.

Tiki is also a rogue character that is unpredictable! If the mood takes it, it can randomly destroy a symbol which then causes a cascade.

Who is GameArt?

GameArt is a top provider of online gaming content. They create high-quality slots for customers across the globe, focusing on offering games with immersive graphics and visuals.

Aside from Hawaiian Fruits, some of their other slot games include Book of Alchemy, Bubble Fruits, Dragon King, Wolf Quest, and Power Dragon.

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