Named after the Fibonacci sequence of numbers where each is the sum of the two preceding ones, this slot features 3-reels and only a single payline. It’s developed by BF Games and designed to be all about spinning and winning.
Instead of having a mathematical theme to go with the name, the developers decided to create a magical aesthetic to lead you into the mysterious world of Fibonacci. Without complicated features and gameplay, anyone can pick up and play Fibonacci.
Whilst the gameplay and features are simple - the design is not. Like most of BF Games, this one looks visually stunning. As soon as you enter, you see an alluring woman to your left casting some magically spell in the background whilst a mystical book opens.
The book shows you the values of symbols on paylines and is done tastefully well. It’s all animated as well which gives it the extra detail needed to make it feel more authentic. Each of the symbols are 3 different tarot cards to decide on your future and what you win.
Soft ethereal music plays in the background whilst you spin the reels. Thankfully, it’s not too loud or invasive - instead it just sits in the background as you spin. That combined with the muted sounds on the reels will really relax players and allow them to enter this magical world.
There is not that much to learn with this game. As it only has 1 payline and 3-reels, it’s pretty straightforward. You have to spin and hope that the symbols line up. There aren’t any bonus rounds to complicate you or anything like that. Fibonacci is about as simple as it can get.
Like in most other BF Games, the menus are featured at the bottom of the screen with the spin button in the middle. You can set up to 100 autospins and even use the turbo button (if you are not in the UK). Everything is clearly laid out and even has text underneath just in case you struggle.
As most slot games go, an RTP above 96% is generally okay. Fibonacci has an RTP at 96.75% which is pretty good. That mixed with the medium volatility level make it a game that both veterans and new players can enjoy. You can even win on a payline if the symbols are all different which increases your chance of winning.
Of course, the maximum win potential is 400x your stake with the gamble feature. Base game players can only win up to 200x unfortunately. For a game that lacks in features, a bigger payout would’ve been more attractive.
On the surface, Fibonacci seems like a boring game but it’s a lot better than you’d think. It may be minimalistic in gameplay, but just focuses on the wins rather than the fuss around it. Sure, it could’ve been better in payout potential but the visuals and core gameplay are pretty solid.
It’s doubtful that Fibonacci will be a cult classic, but traditional gamers might enjoy the simple gameplay. If you love traditional fruit machine slots or anything magical themed, then you are sure to enjoy this.