Kobushi Slot Machine
Kobushi is a slot machine inspired by the art of Japanese cuisine, with clear references to the oriental martial arts. Kobushi the slot, in addition to the Wild and Scatter symbols, has two Bonus Games – the Kobushi Bonus where one can win one of the two jackpots up for grabs, and the Big Cat Bonus, which will award free spins with an Extra Wild, a Multiplier and an expandable wild!
Kobushi Slot Machine: rules and general information
Kobushi is a slot machine produced by iSoftBet and inspired by the art of Japanese cuisine, and in particular of Sushi. However, the theme doesn’t just show traditional food items and it also includes various little characters which have been given some fighting styling in order to fit the theme. The cartoon design really makes the slot game very entertaining to play and there are also quite a few features for more winnings on every spin. These include a wild symbol that can replace for any regular icon in the game and will also form its own winning combinations to match the highest paying symbol. The scatter is the image of a sushi roll and these icons will pay regardless of their position on the screen if three or more appear at the same time, with the prize being a multiplier of the total bet. The Kobushi bonus requires three bonus symbols, represented by the logo of the game, in order to start and it is possible to win up to 15,000 coins in prizes or one of the progressive jackpots. The Kobushi slot machine also awards an extra wild, free spins and a Big Cat bonus mode where the player must choose which food items to give to the large cat and thus unlock the rewards. The free spins will have the multiplier from the Big Cat bonus active for all rounds as well as the extra wild as any regular symbol can become wild during the free spins. Getting a wild symbol on the middle reel in this bonus mode will make it stacked and thus take up three positions on the screen, while being stuck there for the remaining free spins. Three main characters made out of food items are joined by a fish and two dishes, along with four card symbols.