So Much Sushi Slot Review
Here’s a slot from Microgaming that might leave you feeling a bit raw. ‘So Much Sushi’ is part of the trio of games that includes ‘So Many Monsters’ and ‘So Much Candy.’ Apart from having a different theme, the way the game is played is almost identical to the other two. It’s a question really of whether you want to see some monsters, have some candy or like raw fish. It’s a good job that all three games are enjoyable to play.
This is a five-reel game that has three rows of symbols and 25 paylines. That’s a fixed amount so the only decision you have is your coin size (£0.01 to £1) and how many coins to use (1-10) meaning this costs between £0.25 and £250. That allows players who want to have some fun and those looking to win big prizes to be able to play this game.
Just like the other ‘So’ games that Microgaming have produced, the backdrop to the game is fairly uninspiring. It’s just a brown wooden background so pardon me if I don’t jump up and down with excitement. Thankfully the symbols are a little bit more exciting. Mind you, fish, seaweed and some rice aren’t that thrilling either. We also get the ten to Ace playing card symbols
The wild symbol in this game is the So Much Sushi logo. This is a really useful symbol and will have you cheering when it substitutes for other symbols to get you wins. The scatter symbol is the fish sauce and as you’ll soon discover plays an important role in triggering some much appreciated free spins.
Before putting real cash into the game find out as much about it as possible. That’s easily done if you click on ‘View Pays’ on the bottom right of the screen. This has tons of information about the game. Then have some free games to see how all the features work.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.
It’s actually possible to get 25 matching symbols in this game. Each of the five main symbols can split up into a maximum of five separate ones if creating a winning combination.
Lovers of free spins will be looking out for the fish sauce scatter symbol. Three of those anywhere on the reels is all you need to trigger them. Your choice is 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 if the scatter symbols make appearances in triplicate.
This is almost identical to the So Many Monsters and So Many Monsters games. It’s still a good game to play even if sushi probably isn’t going to become a theme many slot designers will rush to use. The split idea is a good one and along with the free spins can boost your account balance.