Upcoming Apple iPad Game: Fruity Slots Deluxe

Fruity Slots Deluxe coming to the iPad in April

If you have ever played Fruity Slots on the iPhone then you will be pleased to hear that MobileAmusements [softwareamusements.com] has announced that Fruity Slots Deluxe is coming to the iPad. It is a completely new application with a new video slot machine engine but obviously designed on the previous old iPhone game.

The game is basically a 5 reel casino fruit slot machine game. It will have the usual features you would expect like holds, nudges, and virtual payouts. Few of the great features that the developer listed,

  • Holds.
  • Nudges.
  • Free Spin Feature.
  • Mini Cash Bonuses.
  • Mega Melons Skill Climb.
  • Arcade Quality Graphics.
  • Realistic Slot Machine Sound FX.
  • Online Hi-Score Upload via AGON Online

FruitySlotsDeluxe2 iPad GameA great feature for the game that will prove popular is the added feature of recorded online-scores. Your high score is always retained on the device. If you wish to have it registered online you just select the high score option and once you have added a gamer name it adds your score to the local and global leader tables. For this online feature they use AGON . You start the game with 100 credits so you have a good chance to get a great start to the game to get you high up on the leader table!

Many applications that have been developed for the iPad they have not been played and experimented on an actual iPad. The developer however did state that once it as been released and played on the device there will most likely there be a few tweaks and fine tuning that will be needed. This will be done as soon as possible.

It certainly sounds like a great iPad game with hours of fun to be enjoyed!

Will you be purchasing the game? Do you like casino games?

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2 Comments on “Upcoming Apple iPad Game: Fruity Slots Deluxe”

  1. iTouch_Reviews

    I sure hope that Apple's reluctance to allow developers to use there games on an iPad prior to launch doesn't result in a bunch of buggy apps. That would be unfair on the developers and not good for Apple either.

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