FruitPot back on the AppStore

iOS and iPadOS Gaming

Good news! We have finally managed to get FruitPot back to the AppStore. You can download it and play it as it always should have been. New gamers are welcomed too, of course.
You should be also able to recover your saved games in the title button and iCloud saved games (attention, sometimes there is at the first try a notice asking for delete or wait, select wait and try later). The game is as it was 2.5 years ago, with small changes to adapt it to 2021. I hope you all enjoy it.



Submitted by Jimmy V on Monday, February 8, 2021

just one question, do I have to redownload again or can I play as before if I already have the game

Submitted by Eduardo FruitPot on Monday, February 8, 2021

In reply to by Jimmy V

It's a new version with a couple of bugs solved inside the lucky well, and Westopia (old version) removed from the laboratory. Apart from that, numerous changes were all caused by the translation to the new code language version. It might contain the same bugs as two years ago (device getting hot, occasional crashes and loss of response). I hope it doesn't require much maintenance, but if you find some bugs, please report them to me here or to

Submitted by Missy Hoppe on Monday, February 8, 2021

Finding out that fruitpot has returned to the app store just might be the best news I've had so far this year. I love this game, and spent most of my lunch break playing it once I found out that it had been updated.

Submitted by Dennis Long on Tuesday, February 9, 2021

a link and discription please.

Submitted by David Standen on Tuesday, February 9, 2021

I'm glad to see it's back. I had the old version and still played. This is still one of my favourite games.

Submitted by Eduardo FruitPot on Tuesday, February 9, 2021

In reply to by Dennis Long

Of course, sorry. FruitPot is a free slot machine simulator game for iPhone and iPad in which you spend the chips that you win in products of a series of stores. When you buy all the items of the store, a new symbol appears on the slot. It contains also many additional mini-games. It's 100% accessible with voiceOver and a couple of years ago came out of the app Store because Apple toughens some rules to publish slots.
There is an old post in AppleVis about the game, but since then, the game has changed a lot. Here's the link:

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Wednesday, February 10, 2021

The subject says it all. I play the testflight version so just in case I have to buy more things, it doesn't charge to my card/Apple ID. This is also why Westopia's still on the Testflight version for me.

Submitted by Blind angel 444 on Friday, February 19, 2021

I love this game!!! But I have a couple questions about how to play? What are holds and nudges? How do you use them? Sometimes the shopping challenge doesn’t always work. Are there any visual graphics on the screen? Also the hearts and 4 leaf clover symbols don’t show up.
Please continue releasing more accessible games for us!

Submitted by Ornella on Friday, February 19, 2021

In reply to by Blind angel 444

The holds and nudges are used to manipulate the wheels to get what you want. Example, if you get 2 cherries and 1 apple, you want to hold the cherries and spin the 1 wheel till you get the 3rd cherry. For the nudges, you get to see what's under the wheel, so my example above if you already have 2 cherries and on the wheel that has the apple, if it says next cherry, you can then nudge that wheel to get the 3rd cherry. I think the shopping challenge is random. So if you get it you get it and if you don't then try again. Some of the symbols won't show up unless you buy certain things so make sure that you purchased all the stuff from 1 store and try to win money to buy out all the things and then some of the symbols would be unlocked.

Submitted by Karina Velazquez on Tuesday, February 23, 2021

hi, I was an old user, but this new way of playing is very addictive and fluent.

I only have a question, how bonuses work? I only get my self hearing that bonus is available in one of the rows but don't know why or what does that mean.

Submitted by Eduardo FruitPot on Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Hello, we are the developers of FruitPot, Westopia, and Smash the Gangs, and are glad to announce that we have a new game for iPhone and iPad almost ready to launch on the AppStore, and today available test with TestFligtht. The name of the game is BattleFruit and it’s based on the game Battleship, but with many additions. In this game, you are a cook that has to catch pieces of fruits from your opponent. Fruits lay on a gridded board and there are different types of kitchen utensils to catch the fruits.: like the fork, which hits only to one cell of the grid, the knife, which hits three cells on a row, and also the spoon, the tong and the blender, that work in different ways. Boards have different shapes and sizes, as do fruits. It’s a funny game with fast matches and 100% accessible with voiceOver. If you want to participate in the TestFlight we will be very grateful, we need some feedback about voiceOver accessibility, the gameplay and playability in general and, of course, any suggestions are welcome. You can reach us at
Here’s the public link to TestFlight: