Red Tiger Gaming is on a rampage and this time they bring to your screens a 5-reel slot game titled Dragon’s Luck that comes with 10 paylines. The game is inspired by the Chinese culture that the game displays. The game is set on the Asian mountains covered in snow with the background featuring fluffy clouds. A majestic pagoda stands tall in the foreground with 2 pillars guarded by the dragons. Keep a close eye on the 2 as they can be lucrative.
Dragon’s Luck can be accessed via any device of your choice and you can start playing for as little as 20p a spin.
Test your luck with the Dragon’s Luck
Dragon’s Luck comes with a total of 9 symbols which will reward you should you land 3 matching ones. However, the more symbols that match, the higher your payouts. The high -value symbols you expect to come across include a koi carp, a Chinese doll, a water lily and a coin with number ‘138’ on it.
The coin is the most valuable symbol as 3, 4 or 5 of them will get you 200, 300 or 1,380 coins. The dragon coin acts as the special symbol and it will spin on the reels to disclose a hidden symbol.
Just as is with Red Tiger Gaming slots, there are quite some interesting features on offer here. Keep an eye on the 2 dragons that lay silent on the temple’s pillars. They can come alive and they will breathe fire on some select symbols and transform them into identical ones to hand you a massive payout.
There is also the Dragon Coin symbol that will spin to disclose a hidden symbol as mentioned earlier. Then there are the Mega Coins that is a 3*3 symbol. If you land this symbol, you are in for some big rewards.
The last is the Mega Fortune symbol will see you walk away with up to 1,380 times your stake.
To Sum Up
Dragon’s Luck is another typical online slots game, but the graphics on display are top-notch, especially because the game focuses on the Chinese culture. The features on offer are also quite solid and you can expect to make quite an amount for yourself if lady luck is by your side.
An interesting and notable absence is a soundtrack. The only sounds you expect to hear are those of the reels when they spin.