Free Candy Island Princess slot
Candy Island Princess free play demo
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Candy Island Princess slot by Play'n Go joins their 3-reel feature game collection. Slots like Eye of the Kraken and a classy one called The Paying Piano Club were well received when released as was the first Charlie Chance slot but trust me, this is drivel in comparison. You have an Anime theme with excessively busty young girls introduced by an idiotic OTT male announcer presumably in some kind of dodgy holiday resort judging by the beach and outside music venue background. I haven't seen anything this ropey since Netent's Koi Princess slot but at least that wasn't highly sexualized. So candy for our bankroll here or will it be stripped as bare as these girls appear to be?
On the reels...
You have 5 pay lines over 3 reels of 3 rows apiece on Candy Island Princess slot. The 3-of-a-kind pays are 6x bet Brunette Girl, 4x Purple Hair, 3x Blonde and 1x mixed with 4 candies of different colours at 0.8 down to 0.2x. three of the same girl will 'Candy Splash' expand to pay 5x the award and due to the stacks it's possible to have all 5 lines with 3OAK girls which will expand. No Wilds here but we do get 2 triggered features.
Super Mega Fantastic Free Spins
In reality anything but. You need 3 Ticket scatters to trigger 8 spins and two landing will award a re-spin attempt for the third. Candy Splash expansion now occurs on mixed girls too. You get a final spin retrigger chance and when you finally run out of free spins, you get presented with each girl holding a wobbling jelly as a visual metaphor for their breasts (yuk). This 'Jelly Jiggle Delight' means you pick a jelly which has a chance of awarding a 2x multiplier on your round winnings.
Behind The Scenes
Land 3 Camera scatters for a random frame stop from a film strip where the individual saucy frames can award 5 to 1000x bet.
Candy Island Princess slot has a 96.20% RTP but can be a low as 84% in some casinos so always check! The game irritated me before I even took the first spin with the inane utterances from the moron 'presenter' and I suppose what is intended to be fun from Play'n Go was simply an ordeal. The mechanic is fine as is the base game and both bonuses, but the theme is questionable to say the least. The candies are very sour on this island if you ask me...