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So Much Sushi Slot


So Much Sushi is a sushi-themed 25-payline video slot which runs on the Microgaming software platform. The So Much Sushi Logo symbol is the game’s wild card and the Sauce icon is the scatter. Players can stay on this page to test the slot for free or they can play the game for real money in any of the listed Microgaming casinos.

In order to delve into the delicious Japanese cuisine, one needs to adjust their wager first. The “Bet” arrows select the total wager. Clicking “Bet” reveals “Coins”, which allows players to pick the number of coins to bet and “Coin Size”, which alters the coin value ranging from 0.01 to 0.2. Pressing “Spin” turns the reels and “Auto Play” spins them multiple times in a row without interruption.

3 or more identical Sushi symbols (California Roll, Prawn Nigiri, Ikura, Tuna Nigiri, Cucumber Maki) in a winning combination will activate the Much More Sushi Bonus feature. Each Sushi symbol can split up to 5 times to create more winning combinations. The split symbols can award up to a 25 symbol win.

When 3 or more Sauce icons spin into the view, the Free Spins are initiated. Each Sushi piece awards a specific number of Free Spins and players can pick the number of Free Spins they wish to play. Players are awarded up to 16 Free Spins. This round can be re-triggered.

Game Play

Bet: Choose the total wager.
Coins: Select the number of coins to bet.
Coin Size: Choose the denomination.
Spin: Initiate the game.
Auto Play: Spin the reels for a preset number of times uninterrupted.

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Software Microgaming
Slot Type Video slots
RTP Unknown
Special feature Wild Scatter Free Spins
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Afi4wins 1768 reviews
Reviewed on December 9, 2016


If there's ever so many monsters around, I guess I can take it. If there's ever so much candy around, I'd be able to handle that too. But if there's so much sushi around, now that I know I cannot handle. Most probably I would run away too. Why? Because I don't like sushi, I cannot eat them (doesn't suit my taste buds), and I cannot even smell them too (can't stand the sourish radish smell). Luckily this sushi game doesn't come with any sushi's smell, or else! Hehehe.

Once again, for the third and final time, we come to another game in the series, 'So Much Sushi'. Well, the red lobster does look nice, because it's seafood, the soy sauce bottle is a common sight to me, but all the other food items, hmm, thank god they aren't the real stuff. That makes this game playable for me, for awhile at least. As in the other 2 games in the same series, the paytable remains identical, except for the symbols. The logo 'So Much Sushi' is the Wild symbol, paying 300x the total bet for 5 of them. The Soy Sauce Bottle is the Scatter symbol, paying 75x the total bet for 5 of them, and 3 or more of these Scatter symbols trigger the Free Spins Feature game in 5 different choices, from 8 free spins up to 16 free spins, but all without any multiplier. All the high symbols in the game pay from 640x to 320x the total bet for 25 of each kind, whilst the low symbols pay from 4.4x to 2.2x the total bet for 5 of each kind. As for the other 2 games too, I would say that this paytable is a good one, with many possibilities for good wins, although not really big ones.


Comparatively, the payouts from So Much Sushi were slightly better than what I got from So Much Candy. The Free Spins games that I managed to get paid between 24x to 52x my bet amount, with the 14 free spins game paying the most of the lot. The 8 free spins and the 10 free spins games have not proven to be better payers, for me that is, but I'm pretty sure that the good wins should come from these 2 choices. Just not my luck to get them. Between the 3 games, So Much Sushi comes in second, behind So Many Monsters, but all 3 seem to be enjoyable to play.
hajnrih 1378 reviews
Reviewed on April 30, 2016


Usually when I play a slot that has something to do with things that I do not like or enjoy I automatically do not enjoy the game either. I cannot say that I hate So Much Sushi slot just because I hate sushi but I did not find the game very pleasing.

This is a game run by Microgaming software and it is very similar to the So much Candy and So many Monsters slot. They probably came out together. This is a 5 reel slot with 25 pay lines. The graphics are average and the sound effects are okay. There are five different symbols which are all somehow made of fish and rice and the usual card symbols. The wild in this game is the So Much Sushi logo and the bottle of sauce is the scatter.

I played this game in 3 different casinos. The first time I made a deposit in 32 Red Casino and I played the game for so long and I could not trigger the bonus feature. I decided to play it again, because I was so anxious to trigger the free spins and again nothing. There is another game that is quite similar to this one, So Much Candy, and I am very pleased with that game so I thought that this game will act the similar way. It was such a disappointment for me. I even increased my bet and still nothing. The payouts during the base game are not that bad. There are some split symbols and they appear quite often. At least you get 10 x bet. The most that I have won in this game was from split symbols, and it was something like 25 x bet. I would say that the other game is much better than this one. They are basically the same games with different symbols but there is a huge difference when it comes to the payouts.
katemak 1249 reviews
Reviewed on September 30, 2015


So Much Sushi is another game from Microgaming software with 5 reels and 25 pay lines where the minimum bet takes from 0.25 cents, which is another great slot for low rollers as me, so we can try this interesting theme video slot. The theme as I see it it takes place in some Japanese restaurant offering few kinds of Sushi specialty and with some other symbols, such as the Bottle of some sous which is the scatter symbol.

When I played this game for the first time I really liked the simplicity of its graphics I guess that's made this slot, yes simple but beautiful in the same time, well at least in my eyes. I liked the new feature for me the Splitting of the symbols, so every time when there is a winning line with some of the Sushi symbol they will split in 5 peaces giving you some nice win, so that way you may format a combo of up to 25 symbols on all the reels.

The free spins feature is triggered if three of those Bottles appear anywhere on the reels, so then the free spins round will open but they will be offering 5 kind of Sushi's, so you could choose from, so they go from 8,10,12,14,16 free spins rounds. The more free spins you'll choose the less the multiplier would be, the less free spins you choose the bigger multiplier you'll got during the free spins feature. The good news is that the free spins feature can be re trigger while you play your first round of free spins.

So Much Sushi, So Much Candy and So Many Monsters are all a like, very similar if not the same, still the payout is the same, the free spins feature too only they change the theme and the symbols, everything else stays the same, but even so I like all three games. About my luck on this game, can't say I have won something bigger and those free spins is really difficult to be triggered but whenever I have a chance I play this game, specially when my balance is a bit low.

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