Have some fruitful fun with our new online slot, Berryburst!
The coin sizes available in Berryburst range from 1p to £1.
Betting in this game uses the Cluster pays Mechanics.
Cluster Pays Mechanic
A symbol is part of a cluster if it is horizontally or vertically adjacent to the same symbol.
Five or more of the same symbols appearing in a cluster award a win according to the paytable.
Multiple clusters of the same symbol that are not adjacent to each other pay as separate clusters.
Simultaneous wins from multiple clusters are added.
Only the highest win per cluster is paid.
When six or more Wilds form a cluster, they only substitute for symbols on either side of the cluster.
Due to this, the only instance when Wilds form a cluster and do not substitute for a symbol on either side of them is when the whole screen is filled with Wilds.
Wild and Expanding Wild
Wild symbols can appear anywhere on the reels in the main game and in Re-Spins, and substitute for all symbols.
One or more Wild symbols landing anywhere on the reels in the main game, automatically expand to cover the entire reel they land on and then activate a Re-Spin.
Wins are awarded after all Wilds have expanded and before a Re-Spin starts.
The Wild symbols expand to cover the entire reel and remain in place while the other reels re-spin.
When the Re-Spin ends, any new Wilds appearing on the reels expand in the same way as the initial spin and wins are evaluated.
One or more Wild symbols landing anywhere on the reels in Re-Spins activate an additional Re-Spin.
Re-Spins are played at the same bet level and coin value as the spin that activated Re-Spins.
Re-Spin wins are added to any wins from the initial spin.
Wild symbols substitution pays the highest possible winning combination on a bet according to the paytable.
If a fifth Wild symbol lands in the main game or Re-Spins, no Re-Spins are activated and a double payout on the fifteen Wilds is awarded.
The payout for fifteen Wild symbols is 5000.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 96.56%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.56 of wins.