From the word go there’s something so energetic and entertaining about this slot and we aren’t just talking about the unique 6×4 reel layout – as well as the 4,096 ways to win which, in itself, is pretty insane.
There are also plenty of themed symbols in the mix including lions, zebras, giraffes and hippos with the fruit symbols being the pineapple, the coconut and the watermelon.
The return to player (RTP) percentage can so often be seen as a guiding light within the slot industry as you’d probably expect, given how many people use it before they even start playing. The same will be true for some who decide to test out Banana Drop, so they’ll be happy to know the reported RTP here comes in at a respectable 96.70%. Between that and the medium volatility, punters should be in for a good time.
It only costs $€£0.15 to get started with your Banana Drop journey and from there, you can ride up to a conservative maximum stake of $€£30. Beyond that, those who feel like really going for it can try and pursue the big prize of 6,031x your initial stake.
Everything about the design work here is just so colourful and fun. The soundtrack, the cartoon-like graphics and the colour scheme all make this slot what it is – thoroughly entertaining.
The collection of bananas will serve as the wild in this one with the scatter being the octagonal symbol that’ll help you form some winning combos.
Falling Banana – this can go down on any spin and will see up to three bananas falling onto each of the reels from the trees, covering the symbols in the process. The bananas in question will then reveal a cash prize or potentially even a wild.
Free Spins – If you can land three of the scatter symbols anywhere on the reels then you will receive seven free spins. The Falling Banana feature will also be active, and each time a stacked monkey lands on the reels, the number of bananas on the tree will automatically hit the maximum of three.