The return to player rate of 95.93% might not be liked by some players. However, it is over the market in this slot named Sugar Skulls made in 2018 by Booming Games online game maker. This Internet casino gaming machine has 5 reels, 3 rows, and 20 non-adjustable paylines.
It is themed in the Mexican “Day of the Dead” holiday, celebrated on November 2 each year. Despite being mistakenly considered a gloomy or even frightening day in the zombie style by everyone not familiar with Mexican culture, in fact, this holiday is full of tenderness, heart feelings, and sorrow for those people who are already not with us since they have passed away. It is about recalling them and their good deeds and showing an example of love to your family and relatives, including those who are alive. Although on many occasions, it feels like in Mexico, they love their “gente muerta” (dead people) more than alive folks.
Just like in the rest of the games by this vendor, the detailing of the background is worth praise – it is very well thought-through, up to every last pixel. Although, we wouldn’t say it is excellent in the quality of graphics – everything is blurry (from the background to foreground), as if adjusted specifically to small screens of mobile phones, not to computers and laptops (maybe, it is).
|Min bet $, €, £:||0.2|
|Max bet $, €, £:||400|
Although gamers may not adjust the paylines to affect the formation of payout combinations of symbols, they can affect the total bet (through the “Total bet” field’s value change and hitting the “Bet Max” button), adjust auto-play options to their liking, and set the sound/music on/off. Although we feel like we don’t have enough adjustment power in the quality of the picture (since the feeling of blurriness really hits the eyes along the entire way) but that’s rather a personal preference, which fades away with the change of a platform to a hand-carried one.
There are 11 symbols in this game, all equally operating in a demo and money modes:
The paytable provided below considers the max bet of 400 coins per spin. Below, we list only those symbols from the present that pay regularly (piñata and free spins are excluded from here). Also, all symbols shall arrange 3, 4, or 5 times in a win line in order to pay: