About Dragon’s Reels
Dragon’s Reels has been developed by WM. This is a very simple video slot, although it does contain some pretty solid graphics. It’s all very Dungeons and Dragons, if we’re being totally honest. Dragon’s Reels is a mythical quest of a game, with plenty of stereotypical icons. Will the knight defeat the dragon – you know the sort of thing! Dragon’s Reels is played over 5-reels, and there are just 25 paylines to help you win. The coin values are pretty low, with Dragon’s Reels offering coin sizes of 0.01 up to 1.00. The paylines can also be adjusted by the player, if he or she wishes. What you’re looking at is a bet that falls somewhere between the 0.01 minimum and 25.00 maximum bet limits that the Dragon’s Reels slot has. Dragon’s Reels top jackpot on the other hand, is a non-progressive 2,500 coins.
There are three main special icons in this game: a free spins icon, a wild and a bonus icon.
Should the player locate the fire breathing dragon icon, they will have found a wild symbol. Wilds can replace all other icons, barring the bonus and free spin symbols. They don’t have a monetary value of their own.
The free spins icon is the hero, the ripped and buff knight in non-shining armour. This icon will trigger a free spins bonus when three or more of them appear in any position on the reels. During the free spins bonus, all prizes that are won are multiplied by 2x their original value. The player will obtain a total of 10 free games in the free spins bonus. This free spins bonus round is fair. It isn’t going to blow you away, but it does pay decent sums of cash.
A dragon’s eye is Dragon’s Reels’ bonus symbol. When this symbol appears in any position on the reels three times at once, the bonus game is triggered. The player must launch the bonus game by clicking on the “bonus game” button on the bottom of the tool bar.
In the bonus game, the player will find a number of magical eggs on alters. They must pick three of the eggs to reveal some bonus winnings. The winnings can be worth almost as much as the non-progressive jackpot, although often, they are worth far less – depending on how much you happened to have wagered on the spin before the bonus was triggered.
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