Candy Bars was launched this year, and is one of the tastiest treats Microgaming have ever released. This slot is actually played over 4 reels, and contains 3 progressive jackpots which will certainly make your day. The initial gaming structure may appear complicated in this candy themed video slot, but after a few spins, you will quickly fall into the game. Candy Bars features a total of 50 paylines over the 4 reels, and players are going to have to pay extra for the features. Minimum bets in this video slot start out at a hefty 75p per spin, whilst maximum wagers are capped at £2,250 per spin. Yes, Candy Bars is a costly slot to play, but it does have a sweet trio of progressives as we’ve mentioned.
Players can win the progressive jackpots by filling the final three reels with stacked progressive icons. Filling the second, the second and third, or the second, third and fourth reels with such symbols will see you win the Snack Size, King Size, or Giant Size progressive jackpots, respectively.
Players can bag extra special wins in this slot, known as Blackout Wins. To nab them, they must fill the reels with the same symbols. This is quite a challenge, but could see you win between 5,000 and 25,000 coins in total.
There isn’t really a bonus feature in this slot, but there are wild symbols and chocolates. Purple, striped and green jelly icons with chocolate backgrounds, substitute for purple, striped, and green jelly icons, respectively, when they appear on the second, third, and fourth reels of the slot.
A 2x multiplier symbol can also appear on the second and third reels of the slot. When it does, players will pocket a wild and double the wins. If they land multipliers on both reels, the multiplier rises as high as 4x the line win.
Candy Bars is an intriguing and very different slot than what we are used to from IGT. The rather sizeable wagers that this slot carries could be a problem for players operating on a budget, though.