Sunny Scoops is an innovative and colorful 3D online slots game powered by Thunderkick software provider. There are 3 unusual reels, 14 paylines and a free spins round in it. Users cannot change the quantity of paylines, they can only choose bet per spin value (from €0.1 to €100). An Autoplay mode allows players to set a certain number of automatic game rounds (from 5 to whopping 5000). The RTP coefficient of this online slot machine is 96%.
Imagine that you are in an ice-cream shop and a seller is giving you not just one scoop of ice-cream, but putting more and more scoops into a cornet – all these you can see in Sunny Scoops online slots game. The slot consists of three cornets with three ice-cream scoops on each (like three reels and three symbol rows). There are seven delicious flavors of ice-cream (lemon, chocolate, strawberry, apricot etc), similar flavors can create winning combinations. The gameplay is accompanied with suitable sound effects and a funny little tune. This slot is similar to Novomatic’s Lord of Ocean slot with 10 free rounds.
To get a win a player needs to land 3 authentic ice-creams on a payline (paylines may be vertical, horizontal or diagonal). Some of scoops are worth 3 or 5 total bets, others pay less. There is an interesting feature – if 3 ice-creams with similar flavors fall into one cornet, the bonus reel appears atop. This bonus reel can determine a multiplier for the next prize combination (x7, x5, x3 or x3) or trigger a bonus game. This slot is similar to special slot game Safari Heat.
There are no wilds or scatters, but there is a Sweet Perfection bonus round which as mentioned above is triggered by bonus reel. The Sweet Perfection free play game starts with 10 free spins and has two symbols – the flavor that activates this round (winning flavor) and another one. If winning flavors create a prize combination, a player gains a re-spin and his multiplier is increased by 1. Multiplier is increased each time a gambler receives a winning and there are no limits for multiplier’s size. Each losing spin decreases it by one.