Sweet 16 Slots
It could be either, right? It turns out the creators have been tempted by the candy theme here, so that means we get a chance to find out if there are some sweet prizes in store for us. We would not recommend you play this one if you're hungry - all that candy looks way too persuasive. Snacking while playing may not be such a good idea!
Reels and lines
With five reels presented in this game, you might wonder how many paylines you are going to get. The answer is none - they've given us all possible ways to win instead, i.e. 243 of them.
Coins to play with
You can play the game as if you're betting on 20 lines. So, select a coin worth from one cent to a quarter, use the 20x multiplier, and you've got your spin bet ready to play.
Sweet 16 icons to look for
The game includes a logo that is worth looking for. It is a wild symbol and it also has the power to appear in groups on the reels. It is not unusual for several wilds to appear in a single spin.
The lollipop is the only symbol the wild cannot stand in for during play. You might guess that is because the lollipop is the scatter - and you'd be correct.
So… to the bonuses. You can expect a morphing feature to occur whenever you win a prize on the reels. The successful icons will change into other ones and that could in turn trigger another prize or two. Watch and see what happens.
As part of the morphing element, you will see an increasing multiplier come into play whenever a win is achieved. The more wins you get in a row, the bigger the multiplier becomes. That means successive wins stand a chance of becoming higher in value. The highest you can go to is 10x.
The lollipop is your key to scooping some free games too. Find three and how many games do you think you will get? Sixteen, of course! You can expect those morphing symbols to come into play here too, along with the multiplier element. The good news is everything multiplies by double the values seen in the base game.
Download and play the Sweet 16 slot now
Sweet 16 does turn out to be a sweet game, don't you think?