So Much Candy Slot Review
The title of this slot from Microgaming could so easily be used for my autobiography. This is a game that can really get you hungry so probably best not to play it while peckish. Mind you, a few good winning combinations and you can afford supper.
This is a five-reel game that has three rows of symbols and 25 paylines. That’s a fixed amount so no deliberating for ages over how many to activate on each spin of the reels. Playing this will cost you between £0.25 and £250.00.
Just like the other ‘So’ games that Microgaming have produced, the backdrop to the game isn’t that spectacular. A light blue background with images of the symbols on it, more like wallpaper really. The actual symbols are cartoonish and fun. We get five main symbols that are types of candy in a variety of colours. Not really that recognizable but they look tempting. We also get the ten to Ace playing card symbols
The wild symbol in this game is the So Much Candy logo. You’ll be grinning like a child in a sweet shop when it substitutes for another symbol and gets you a winning combination. It can’t replace the gumball machine which is the scatter here and will help get you into the free spins bonus round.
All the information about the winning combinations and bonus games are contained in the Paytable. Just to get yourself used to how the game runs, have some free games. You can also set some automated spins via the Autoplay button. You can either go for between ten and 100 or set your own number.
If your luck is really in you could get 25 matching symbols. Now how does that happen? Well each of the five main symbols can split up into a maximum of five separate ones if creating a winning combination. This even includes those that are created thanks to the wild symbol. 25 of the sweet that has a heart on it pays a multiplier of 1600x.
If you want some free spins then you need to get at least three of the gumball scatter machine symbols anywhere on the reels. It’s then up to you to decide between eight, ten, twelve, fourteen and sixteen free spins with the lower free spins totals having higher potential payouts. It’s also possible to re-trigger the free spins so keep an eye out for the scatter symbols.
This is almost identical to the So Many Monsters and So Much Sushi games. It’s entertaining enough though and the theme is a good one even if I can’t really work out what the candy is. The split symbols idea is a good one that can certainly pay dividends. The free spins are good too, the choice is an interesting one too. If you go for more free spins then at least you get a longer game and hope that they get re-triggered.