The name says it all. This slot is all about different types of sushi. Even the scatter symbol is based on this theme, being a bottle of soy sauce with some wasabi on the side.
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Microgaming has done well as always, with some lovely looking Japanese-style graphics. This game is part of a set of three new games from the well-known software provider, with the other games being So Much Candy and So Many Monsters.
Coin denominations with which players can wager begin at 0.01 with a maximum coin denomination of 0.20. This means that players can make a minimum bet of 0.25 but a decent maximum bet of 50 coins.
All the game’s symbols are based on sushi and Japanese culture. These include various types of sushi, sashimi, chopsticks and vaguely oriental looking playing cards from 10 to Ace.
One great feature of this game is the Much More Sushi feature. With this feature, if three or more matching sushi symbols appear, they can split in 5 to create an even bigger win. This could mean 25 matching symbols if players are really lucky.
In keeping with the sushi theme, the scatter symbol for this game is a bottle of soy sauce with a bowl of wasabi on the side. This scatter is very important, because getting between three and five of these line up open the door to the exciting bonus free spin round, where players have a choice of 5 different free spin options.
The Wild symbol for So Much Sushi is the So Much Sushi logo. This symbol substitutes for all but the scatter symbol, completing winning combinations.
This is where the game gets very interesting indeed. As with the other two games in this group, the free spins round is not your average. Players are able to choose from 5 different sets of free spin options. As the amount of spins increases, the multiplier on the total amount of coins winnable decreases. In other words, if you choose 8 free spins, you could win up to 160,000 coins per line. At the other end of the spectrum, choosing double that, 16 free spins, will only allow a maximum of 80,000 coins per line.