|Developer: Red Tiger Gaming|
|Min Stake: 10p|
|Max Stake: £20|
|Max Win: 3888 x Bet|
|RTP: Variable %|
Dragons Luck Slot
Red Tiger Gaming is the developer behind the Dragon’s Luck slot and who else, but this imaginative software provider could come up with a game which features 10 reels? Dragon’s Luck uses its unique Power Reels gaming engine, so it is far from a run-of-the-mill and generic Chinese-themed slot game.
For all the reels this casino game carries, though, there are just 30 paylines to win on. None of those can be altered. However, Dragon’s Luck: Power Reels does allow players to get away with a cheap minimum bet costing just 20p a turn. Even its maximum stake is unlikely to cause too much damage to your bankroll at just £20 a game. Like most Asian luck-themed games, the lucky number 88 is worked into this game’s design. It features as part of a non-progressive jackpot which is capped at 3,888x a total stake and is won when players land the “138” symbol on paylines.
Dragons Luck Special features
Players can win in a myriad of ways in this game. They are entitled to snap up multiple winning combos (with different symbols) on the same line. It is possible for players to have 2 three-of-a-kind wins, and a single four-of-a-kind win or 2 five-of-a-kind wins on the same payline, for instance. Players will be hard-pressed to think of another slot which offers them the same kind of setup.
Golden coins are particularly handy in this slot. Whenever they show up, they can act as mystery symbols, all turning into the same icon. It is possible that colossal coin icons can also appear on the reels, and these will naturally transform into a flurry of the same symbols in one fell swoop. With these icons, it is possible (although unlikely) that players can transform all 10 reels to display the same symbol, thus winning immense cash prizes.
Dragons Luck Bonus features
Unfortunately, Red Tiger Gaming decided not to equip Dragon’s Luck: Power Reels with a free spin round, or another type of bonus feature. Nor did they include scatters or wilds. Players are going to have to solely rely on the gold coins to transform into the icons they need to bag wins. A case could be made for the ten reels of this game essentially acting as a special feature, but this notion is unlikely to appease too many players.
Players shouldn’t be overly surprised at the lack of bonus rounds in this slot, though. Any casino member who regularly plays Red Tiger Gaming developed slots will know full well that special bonus rounds are not exactly this software provider’s strong suit. Instead, they like their unique gaming engines to do the talking.
There are so many Chinese luck-themed games out there on the net, that if players really want free spin bonuses, there is an ample selection of other slots with the same theme for them to play. If they want a touch of originality in their slot gaming, though, Dragon’s Luck: Power Reels is undoubtedly worth a look.