Microgaming and Quickfire operators have much to look forward to in September, with a trio of new online slots set for release by the online gambling software developer in the new So Much More themed series.
The first three new games are So Many Monsters, So Much Candy and So Much Sushi, each with a five reel, 25 pay-line format featuring a maximum pay-out of 32,000 coins. These games have the same entertaining feature set but have distinct visuals and themes to appeal to a wide range of players.
The slots’ feature wilds and scatters in the base game, and there’s a split feature available throughout gameplay (base game and free spins). During this phase, any high symbol that forms part of a winning combination can split to form a maximum of five of itself, meaning a 25 symbol win on a single payline is achievable.
When three or more scatter symbols land on the reels a free spins bonus choice is triggered. Players are presented with five different features to pick from, each with an associated number of free spins and maximum coin per line pay-out.
So Many Monsters features friendly, not scary, monsters! A mischievous soundtrack and crisp graphics add to the game’s fun and likeable theme. Monstrous wins are available within the free spins feature, which is triggered by three or more eye scatter symbols.
So Much Candy transports players into an old-fashioned candy store; rock candy, fruit sweets and strawberry swirls fill the reels. The gumball machine acts as the scatter symbol in this game which triggers the free spins selection screen.
So Much Sushi is a Japanese-cuisine inspired game with delicious sushi pieces. A relaxed soundtrack and a calming background complement the game’s theme. The perfect accompaniment, soy sauce, acts as the scatter symbol in this slot.
Mike Hebden, head of casino games at Microgaming, said Tuesday: “What we’ve done with the So Much More series is take what we believe to be a great slot mechanic with a rich feature set, and distribute this across three completely different themes. Whether it’s chopsticks, a fully stocked candy store or entertaining monsters, there is something to appeal to all of our operators’ players.”