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The objective of Fruit Steps is to create 10 combination of 2 or 3 similar symbols. Each combination of 2 or 3 similar symbols will step up to the next row. The higher a combination steps up, the higher the score. At the start of each new game you will have 2 lives available. Start placing symbols on the bottom row and try to create combination. The Joker symbol is a wild symbol. When the bottom row is completely filled a game round ends and you will lose 1 life. If you still have lives left a new game round is started. Extra lives can be won by achieving the next live target score.
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