Dragon Island Pokie
Enter the Dragon’s lair with this new title from Win Both Wayst. This is a 5 reel, 15 pay line game, and is notable for being the first NetEnt game to offer the Win Both Ways option.
Dragon Island takes us to… well, an island full of dragons, where there are some pretty big pay-outs on offer. Expanding wild symbols during free spins multiply your potential winning lines, and of course, the Win Both Ways features doubles your potential to cash in.
The Scatter Symbol here is a volcano which looks like it’s just about ready to blow. You will be getting pretty hot and bothered (in a good way) if 5 of these symbols show up on the reels as it means that winnings will be multiplied by a hundred and you will unlock no less than 50 free spins.
4 Scatters equals x10 your bet plus 20 free spins; while 3 volcanos anywhere on the reels earns you x3 your bet plus 10 free spins.
During the free spins round an expanded wild symbol will appear on one of the reels, and will multiply your winning lines as a result. The wild Dragon symbol substitutes for all symbols except Scatters and Golden Wild.
That Golden Wild symbol is a golden dragon which can only appear if you activate the Win Both Ways feature mentioned at the top of the article. Again this wild card can replace any other symbol except for the Scatters, and when it shows up in winning lines your profits are multiplied by between 2 and 8 times.
About The Game
Coins Range:0.01 - 0.50
Fee Spins/Multiplier Better:50/No
In regular game play the biggest pay-out will be x5,000 your bet when 5 Black Dragons show up. The fiery Red Dragons are worth looking out for too, as five of these critters will pay out x2,500 times your winnings. As mentioned above, a Golden Dragon symbol will multiply any winnings even further.
Your chance of landing one of these big wins is seriously enhanced if you can come up with winning lines during the free spins, where the expanding wild symbols will boost your chances of winning considerably, and in total you can win up to a monstrous 400,000 coins playing Dragon Island.
We expect a certain base level of quality from NetEnt games, and although Dragon Island is a solid title, neither the graphics nor sound effects are particularly impressive.
Dragon Island does offer some potentially big winnings, so will certainly attract players looking to find that elusive Dragon’s treasure.
The game is probably most notable for being NetEnt’s first game to feature the Win Both Ways option, but apart from that there is nothing especially distinctive on offer here.bu