From the inlay:
SUPER NUDGE 2000 is a superb simulator of a modern fruit machine incorporating many of the features found on them. You are given £1.00 to play with. Good luck and don't break the bank too much!
In-game the fruit machine is called Fruitbank in the Commodore 64 and Amstrad versions, as opposed to Super Nudge 2000 on the inlay and cassette. The Spectrum version is called Super Nudge in-game.
The layouts are slightly different between the three versions, but include the same functions as a classic fruit machine - holds, nudges, a gamble track (stop the flashing lights to advance to a higher value payout) and a Feature track. The C64 and Amstrad versions are three-reel machines while the Spectrum version is a five-reel machine.