The Eat Them All slots game can be found at casinos offering Spinomenal software. Spinomenal is one of the newer software developers in the online gaming market. Alongside many of the smaller casino software providers Spinomenal focus heavily on slots games. The House Edge/RTP of the Spinomenal slots games is listed within the paytable for the newer games in their catalogue. For the older games, as Spinomenal is partnered with UK licensed operators and the UKGC license requires the publication of this information, RTP figures can be found on numerous casino sites. As such, we know that the house edge for Eat Them All is 5%.
Eat Them All is a 5 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses 10 standard paylines, playing from left to right.
Wild – The Wild symbol is the “Orange Flower”, which will substitute for all symbols other than Scatters.
Scatter – The Scatter symbol is the “Red Flower”, which comes the same number of Free Spins but a larger multiplier depending on how many are needed to trigger the feature. 3 will earn you 10 Free Spins at x2 the bet. 4 will earn you 10 Free Spins at x4 the bet. 5 will earn you 10 Free Spins at x6 the bet.
Winning Multiplier – At the top of the screen you will see the “Winning Multiplier”. Every time you fail to pick up a winning combination on the reels a space will be filled in on the Winning Multiplier. When you do win the Winning Multiplier will multiply your bet by the amount that you have collected, depending on how many spaces you have filled in. You can win up to a x16 multiplier on this feature.
Giant Flowers that want to “Eat Them All”, where would you find such a thing? “Down on Skid Row ow ow ow. Down Townnnn.” OK, so this isn’t strictly speaking “The Little Shop of Horrors”, it just happens to be a game about hungry carnivorous flowers and that song pops its way into my brain. The symbols on this game could look so much better than they do, as could the backdrop, which makes for a fairly disappointing visual experience. It is a disappointment that is compounded by a real lack of game pay. There are Free Spins but nothing much else to keep you hooked. The multiplier at the top does add some suspense but nowhere near the levels needed for me to describe this as an engaging experience. The house edge is a little high too, at 5% we would consider this to be poor value for money, which combined with everything else makes “Eat Them All” worth steering clear of.