So Much Sushi was created around the same time as So Much Candy, and these two pokies are interchangeable. Obviously the main theme is slightly different, with this one focusing on sushi and the other focusing on candy, but if you liked one of these pokies then you’ll surely like the other.
So Much Sushi was created by Microgaming and can be played on Spin Palace.
Raw fish is the dish of the day on So Much Sushi, with the finest fish eggs, nori-wrapped rolls and a great deal more. The backdrop is a simple Japanese style and whilst very basic, it does work well and seems to complete the look that Microgaming were going for.
There are 25 paylines in this 5 reel pokie, but you have to play all of these. You can play for as little as $0.01 though, and this goes all of the way up to $2. This is not enough to attract many high rollers, but it will cover all lower stake levels and will also give medium stake levels something to shoot for.
Just like So Much Candy, So Much Sushi has a unique little feature that splits winning symbols and turns them into more, increasing your winnings no end. As with the other pokie there is also a free spins round, with the amount of free spins that you get being chosen at random when the round begins. There are some big wins to be had here, boosted by occasional wilds and multipliers, making this by far the most generous feature on this game.
This is an interesting pokie, and whilst there is nothing unique or mind blowing about it, it’s still fun to play. The fact that there is also a high RTP and a generous free spins round only adds to this.