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SugarPop!

SugarPop! is a confectionary-inspired video slot developed by Betsoft, which released it on June 13, 2017. SugarPop!’s sequel is named SugarPop 2: Double Dipped (July 2020). Super Sweets (January 2020) is another sugar candy-based slot game from Betsoft whose other pop-branded include ChilliPop (November 2018) and Monster Pop (March 2020).

SugarPop!’s rival games include Sugar Trail (July 2014) from Quickspin, Candy Dreams (May 2017) from Microgaming, and Candy Grab (December 2017) from Core Gaming. Seven symbols (red candy, blue candy, green candy, yellow candy, orange candy, pink candy, and purple candy) require 3+ winning combinations.

SugarPop! Game Characteristics
Set on a pink background, SugarPop! has a white-celled 5X5 grid in a pink frame. There are infinite winning ways for the vertical and/or horizontal winning combinations. It has 21 symbols, locked regular symbols, eleven coin denominations, five bet levels, 55 total bets, no substituting wild, a win multiplier, extra wins, cascading reels, 1-30 gameplay levels, boosted scores, neither free games nor side game, and pays from $0.04 to $100.00.

SugarPop! has fifteen special symbols and seven ordinary symbols. Special symbols: a “X2” super color candy, resulting from four-of-a-kind; a color bomb candy, resulting from over five-of-a-kind; a bunch of four candy canes; a pink cotton candy; five jelly beans (yellow, red, green, blue, and purple); a caramel chew; a green gum drop; a brown peanut butter cup; a predominantly red lollipop; a brown chocolate bar; a purple gobstopper; and a white chocolate bar.

Ordinary symbols: round red candy; rectangular blue candy; hexagonal green candy; drop-shaped yellow candy; square orange candy; heart-shaped pink candy; and triangular purple candy.
The SugarPop! coin denominations: $0.50 (also minimum bet), $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $25.00, and $50.00. Betting the $50.00 coin and using five bet levels yield the $250.00 maximum bet.

The $250.00 bet, for example, yields these maximum SugarPop! payouts for 3+ winning combinations. Red candy pays $100.00. Blue candy pays $75.00. Green candy pays $60.00. Yellow candy pays $50.00. Orange candy pays $40.00. Purple candy pays $30.00. Pink candy pays $20.00.

Four-of-a-kind merges to form a similarly colored X2 super color candy. Over five-of-a-kind combines to form a similar color bomb candy that prompts suchlike symbols to burst. Different gameplay levels (showed at top left) are linked with specific special candies (showed below) that remove symbols, thereby paving way for new cascading symbols that result in extra wins.

Gameplay levels (advanced via game scores): 1+ use the lollipop; 2+ use the caramel chew; 4+ use the white chocolate; 6+ use the gumdrop; 8+ use the gobstopper; 10+ use the candy canes; 12+ use the jelly beans; 15+ use the brown chocolate; 20+ use the cotton candy; and 21+ use the peanut butter cup. SugarPop’s non-progressive jackpot is $3000.00.

The good SugarPop! software features: quick spin; pink color theme; and 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, and 100 autospins, with preset win and maximum loss limits. Sounds: clinking, smashing, and plinking. The animated 3D graphics include “sweet”, “tasty” and “delicious” indications, swirling lollipop, candy-crushing caramel chew, almond-shooting white chocolate, candy-sucking gumdrop, candy-crushing gobstopper, candy-bursting candy cane, flying jelly beans, brown chocolate arising from surrounding 3X3 grids, and squirting butter cup.

Luck in SugarPop!
A game of chance, the RTP rate of SugarPop! is 97.60% and the house edge is 2.40%.


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