Play’n GO has come forward and carried out the delivery of a sushi restaurant-oriented slot game, going by the name of Slashimi. This is for the benefit and ultimate excitement of all of the sushi, as well as sashimi and overall Japanese cuisine lovers. It all the more reaches out to gamers who are inclined towards trying their hand at some online gaming opportunities.
As a part of its basic theme and to make it more interesting for gamers, there are ample options put in place for the awarding of free spins. Along with that is the chance of obtaining for oneself a prize limit of 5,000x against bets placed. It is the developer who brings in the prime item of the online game, the Two-for-One feature.
The game Slashimi stems from cartoon-based characters and settings and comes with soothing musical tunes in the background. It has been influenced by Chef Jiro Mike’s most sought-after and absolute favorite restaurant. The game pans out on a 5×3 grid and boasts of having 125 paylines, which in the near future may go up to 1,000. It also has an RTP of 96.2%.
Where the symbols are concerned, they are centered around the delicious sushi bites, in which the symbols in the form of cards are less paying, while the higher paying ones are the four separate Nigiri pieces. A wild icon is a soy bottle that takes the place of all of the symbols. This, however, does not include scatter and pays 1x for getting three similar ones. Also included is a scatter in the form of wasabi drops which provides the opportunity for attaining free spins in the situation that three and more come up.
In the case of added attributes that are able to produce more payouts, Slashimi claims to be having free spins, along with Two-for-One symbols. The Two-for-One is a prime piece of this slot where the chef chooses a random symbol before every spin. In the case of the icon striking the reels while spinning, it gets cut into two pieces. All similar symbols also get cut in half, and the possibility of winning goes up. This is the way the game goes on. According to George Olekszy, who is responsible for managing Play’n GO’s game retention department, the highlighting feature of the game is the Two-for-One symbol.