CT Interactive has appointed royalty in its latest slot release, offering a blend of fruit features in The New Queen of Fruits


Out now




The New Queen of Fruits is a 5×3 reel slot with scatter-pays of five or more symbols needed to form wins. The game has a maximum win of x15,000 the player’s bet. 




Low value symbols come in the form of cherries, lemons, plums and oranges. These symbols can provide wins between x0.25 and x2.5 the player’s wager, depending on the number of matching combinations that fall on a single spin. 

Meanwhile, watermelons, apples, pears and lucky sevens depict the high value symbols, offering between x0.5 and x75 the player’s preferred bet. 

Crown symbols can also appear, working as the only symbol to payout prizes for scatter combinations of three or more identical symbols. Other symbols will need five or more symbols to form wins. 

Landing three, four or five crowns on the same spin will award x20, x50 or x500 the player’s stake, respectively. 

Finally, wild Queen of Fruit symbols are available, substituting for all symbols other than the enhanced crowns.

These symbols can only appear on reels two, three and four, but will award wins worth x50, x100 or x375 the player’s bet when five, six or seven or more wilds contribute to one win. 


Wins are formed in the game when five or more identical symbols appear on the same spin. 

Each win will also result in a cascade, causing the winning symbols to disappear after providing their payout. This makes way for new symbols that drop in from the top of the reel set. 

Furthermore, after any win that’s less than x10 the player’s bet, players can choose to gamble their winnings. The gamble function allows players to double their winnings by guessing whether a random playing card will be red or black. 

Additionally, players can try to guess the exact suit of the playing card to multiply their winnings by x4. These gambles can be repeated up until the player has achieved a win of x50 their bet. 



To try your hand at the demo version of The New Queen of Fruits, click here.