Sushi House

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1 Reels 3
2. Paylines 1
3. Progressive No
4. Maximum coins 4
5. Jackpot 32000
6. Maximum jackpot in coins 1600
7. Multiplier Yes
8. Scatter symbol Yes
9. Free Spins No
10. Betting range from $0.01 up to $80
11. Coin Bet Range from $0.01 up to $20
12. Coins per line 4
13. Bonus Game No
14. Wild symbol Yes
15. Payout percent 95.26

Lately, it has become common practice to develop classic video slots with new and exciting twists.

That is exactly the case with this title, as Spinmatic Entertainment’s Sushi House 3-reel slot takes you to a sushi restaurant, where the wonderfully animated chef chops and presents different kinds of sushi rolls that represent the symbols.


Spinmatic Entertainment’s slot games are always rather interesting and well-executed, and this one is no different.

Animation is really on-point here, and the provider delivers the kind of visuals and atmosphere that befit the theme.

Speaking of visuals, everything about this release is different than the usual. Matter of fact, it might not appear like a slot game at first, at least not until you look at the all-familiar dashboard at the bottom of the screen. Though it must be said that the dashboard itself follows the overall style of this game.

There are no symbols at all when you enter the game. Instead, the chef stands idly in the middle of the nicely decorated sushi house, waiting for you to press the spin button.

Even then, the symbols are certainly not the obvious ones, as he arranges temaki, nigiri, uramaki, and other different kinds of sushi rolls before you. The Wild comes in the shape of a wasabi and the Scatter is a bowl of soy dipping sauce. 

Music is non-invasive and quite fitting for this particular Asian setting. You have an option to mute either the music or sound effects. Taking into account a rather slower pace, as opposed to the hectic one that is so common with slot games, this game does have a sort of tranquility to it.

Betting Options and Functions

There is only one payline and winning combinations are achieved when 3 matching symbols land on the line. The Scatter, as is usual, pays in every position, while the Wild multiplies the wins it helps complete by two.

The dashboard at the bottom consists of typical options. One spin costs one coin and you can set the coin value, as well as the bet level via the selector of the same name. There is also an option for a maximum bet and an auto spin button, ranging from 10 to infinite spins. Balance may be viewed either in credits or in coins, that is up to you.

Bets range from a minimum of $0.01 to a maximum of $4.00, with a cash jackpot prize of $1,600.00.

With medium to high volatility, the RTP of 95.26% falls within a range of norms.


There is a Wild with a multiplier, a Scatter, and seven regular delicious-looking symbols.

On the upper right corner, there is a settings option available, providing all information and game rules in a clear and concise manner. And that is pretty much it.

Our Take

While the beautifully animated visuals and modern interface may give off an impression of a complicated slot game offering plenty on its plate (plate – sushi, got it?), the truth is just the opposite. When you look past the style and well-executed functions, you will notice that the game itself doesn't bring all that much.

Wild and Scatter symbols, besides being reimagined as a part of the culinary delights work on a simple level, are features every player is accustomed to. There are NO extra spins and the majority of your winnings will depend simply on the Wild symbol adding to the lot. Still, it is a lovely game to look at and oddly relaxing to play.

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