One of the ‘So Much/many...’ range from Microgaming, each with the same dev platform. We have reviewed them all, but we’re particularly looking forward to So Much Sushi, simply because we all love sushi.
Presented over the typical 5x3 setup with 25 fixed paylines, this slot takes you right the heart of faux Japanese sushi culture that we love so much. Because of EU food safety laws not one of us can claim to have ever eaten true sushi, but we still truly believe that our Philly cheese and chicken rice roll is the reel deal.
Looks like it’s sushi tonight
The higher paying symbols are the typical sushi stars you might recognise, from rolls to the individual sushi and soy sauce. Lower value symbols are the standard playing card symbols, running from 10 to Ace.
The wild comes in the form of the So Much Sushi logo and substitutes all other symbols to form wins, except for the scatter. The scatter being a bottle of sauce and key to the features to follow.
The fishy bonuses
Much More Sushi Bonus
On any winning combination featuring the main five symbols, they may split five times, creating 25 symbols wins and huge prizes. The best payer from these tasty morsels is the white rice sushi, which is worth 640x your stake on any given spin.
Landing three or more of the sauce scatters will get you into the free spins feature. During this feature you’ll be offered five choices from 8 – 16 spins in value. You can choose the number of spins by picking from the five but be aware that the more spins you chose the less winning potential you’ll have.
Eight spins are optimum as the prize could reach a whopping 32000x your stake, not a bad night’s work. The free spins can be reactivated within the feature should you get three more eyeball symbols.
We all like So Much Sushi, not only because we adore sushi, but because the whole trilogy from Microgaming is well-designed and cutting-edge. The features are great, the prizes potentially mind0blowing and the variance medium to high. Free spins are always a favourite, so when they trigger this easily its win-win for everyone.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring