With an RTP of 94.48 per cent and a high volatility implemented within gameplay, this 7×7, cluster-pays video slot comes with a maximum win potential of up to x7,000 the bet.
Starting with the symbols in the game, Candy Gold includes seven different types of sweets, offering multiplier values ranging from x0.05 to x0.6 the bet for the lowest combination of five-of-a-kind. Meanwhile, for 15 or more of-a-kind, payouts are worth x5 to x100 the bet.
Special symbols, on the other hand, include wilds which stick during cascades until there are no further wins. Booster wilds, however, are not sticky, and are used to activate the free spins bonus.
Incorporating a free spins feature, a candy booster with six modifiers, and a buy option, the first is activated by landing three or more wilds on a spin without the booster wild, awarding 10 initial spins.
During the bonus, there is a win multiplier metre with a value ranging from x2 to x8, increasing by plus one with each win. All wins collected during free spins will be multiplied by the value on the metre.
Meanwhile, the booster metre is filled by the spin and wins in the spin. Once filled, players can access the following candy boosters: candy gold, where a random symbol turns wild; super candy gold, where a cluster of four symbols turn wild; and mega candy gold, where a cluster of nine symbols turn wild.
Additionally, players could also get a candy bomb booster, where a cluster of nine icons turn into one high-paying symbol; a candy rocket, which sees a rocket takeoff anywhere on the reel, converting corresponding row and column symbols into any one high-pay; and an ultra bomb, where bomb explodes anywhere on the screen, converting al column symbols into one high-pay.
As a final incentive, players in certain jurisdictions can opt to buy the booster at a calculated cost.
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