Sugar Monster Review
It doesn't take a genius to work out that the Sugar Monster has an addiction and probably needs to get some help. Everything you see is saccharin-coated and his eyes are popping out of his head! It is a cute concept with some big winning opportunities and thanks to the above-mentioned features, there’s plenty of fun to be had as well.
The game takes place at the front of a derelict building and it looks like the monster lives in a tree just to the side of the reels. He doesn't seem concerned with creature comforts and only has eyes on the sugary prize.
Dietary concerns aside, you'll want this nasty little beast to lap up as much calorific unpleasantry as possible and trigger you some free spins in the process. And you can enjoy all of the audiovisuals and odd little sound effects on a range of devices including mobile phones as well.
The base game is every bit as quirky and entertaining as the bonus feature. And in my opinion, there’s no need to head straight to the bonus using the Buy Feature option unless you're only in it for the possible payouts.
There's a 10,806x max win available and this is certainly better than a poke in the eye. The volatility is high, so don't expect to see lots of little wins propping up your balance along the way and the game's RTP is 95.68%.
Sugar monster is probably nothing that you haven't seen before but you might not have seen it presented in quite such an inventive and gluttonous manner. That disgusting little critter has the ability to munch more sugar than you ever conceived possible and hopefully throw up a ton of Multipliers while he does it. It is a disgusting little slot but I can't help but love it.