The game provides a relatively classic interface when it comes to betting and the way the paytable is displayed on the right. The theme and background present bright red colors, which makes it attractive along with the shiny symbols appear on the black reels. Players will find six symbols are given that are required on all reels over the line before the rewards next to it will be granted. In the paytable, you will see the values for each coin wagered, which doesn’t include the coin value, but rather the coin rewards you will receive.
To boost more payouts, players will find the game logo symbols will trigger many great winning combinations for all other symbols. These will be used as wilds, which means they reflect the value of others on the line. The wilds need to appear on the line along enough other symbols to complete a win. Should a combination be possible, you will receive double the payout for one wild or quadruple the reward when two wilds appear. Should three wilds appear for the 2,500 coins jackpot, the win will not be multiplied. We managed to use this feature a few times with smaller wins, but also managed to get it involved with a combination of red sevens while using max bet.
Diamond Cherries seemed a bit boring at first as nothing extra was offered by the developer that hasn’t been seen in other classic slots in the last couple of years. The game was rewarding and we enjoyed the updated graphics on all the symbols. The wilds are the star of the show and appear quite often to provide bigger rewards. Our rating: 82/100