Sumi-e is the Japanese word for black ink painting which is a unique art form appreciated by the Japanese. If you stumped on this review because of how strange the name sounds, I must say, I had the same thought when I first heard of the game, so let’s figure it out. Don’t worry, you won't be learning some Japanese, just some cool features similar to the ones you are used to.
First off, the game is quite simple and the features used will not weary you in any way. Besides some unique features used in the game, Sumi-e also has some nice aesthetics you are sure to like.
The game comes with a 4 x 4 set and features special mechanics tailored to its theme. For example, unlike your regular slot game, you’d have to swipe a paint brush to unveil symbols.
The game comes with an RTP value slightly above 95%.
You have to be a lover of art to appreciate the interface of the game. The entire interface is coated with black and white which comes as no surprise considering the fact that the game itself is inspired by an art form that follows that theme. The symbols that constitute the game are made of hieroglyphic symbols, such as a turtle, bamboo and stork. Again, this comes as no surprise since the slot is based on an artistic theme.
But it's not just the symbols and the interface of the game that aligns with its theme, the sound effects also follow the same premise.
The game has no pay lines and the rule that defines wins is a matching combination of four of a kind. The wagering limit of the game starts from 0.10 coins and can go up to twenty coins per spin.
Sumi-e does not include a bonus game but the dynamics of the game makes symbols work like scatters. For instance, you get an extra spin each time a symbol lands meaning the more symbols you land the more spins you’d get. What’s more, additional symbols will get you more win multipliers.
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