Floridita Fandango – Cocktail Party
The reason why so many classic slots have the word “bar” as one of its symbols is because old fruit machines tended to be placed at bars. A cocktail-themed classic slot seems like a great fit, but is it any good?
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Format and Basic Rules
So, the big question that must always be answered when looking at a fruit machine is “What does it do differently?” There are plenty of classic slots out there, many of which look almost identical to each other in order to preserve that classic feel. So how does this one fare in that regard? Is there a big feature that makes it a must play, or perhaps even a small feature that gives it a little bit of an edge above the competition? Unfortunately, the answer is “no”. In fact, there are actually LESS features in this classic slot than there are in other fruit machines, as it lacks any sort of Wild symbol or anything of the like. The biggest thing I can point to that could be considered a “feature” is the fact that there are two different cocktail symbols, and getting a mix of three different ones on your payline will still award you with a prize. That’s pretty neat, but it’s not much, all things considered.
|Lines Pay||Left to Right|
|Bet per Spin||£0.25 - £15|
|Return to Player||95.93%|
|Maximum Win||Yes: x2.500|
|Special Features||Yes: None|
Symbols and Payouts
Conclusion – Not Worth Drinking
At the end of the day, there’s not much to distinguish “Floridita Fandango” as something worth playing in any capacity. There are other, better classic slots out there which may pay just a little bit less per spin, but are SO much more fun to play. The lack of a Wild symbol or anything new to distinguish it above other fruit machines really works against it, and the fact that the visuals aren’t all that appealing and the theme is really, really boring doesn’t help at all. As much as I hate to admit it, this cocktail invitation is better left unanswered.