Dragon’s Luck Pokie Review
Dragon’s Luck sports the kind of theme that nobody would find surprising anymore. The dragon, both in the Asian variety that we have here and in the European one that plenty of other games will offer, is incredibly common thanks to the fact that people find them cool. For Dragon’s Luck, we’re getting two white dragons placed on two pillars which support the reels on the sides, while at the top there is a typical temple roof. It’s a design that you can enjoy, even though the Chinese influence on it is clear and found in a lot of other pokies.
If you look at the symbols, you will notice Dragon Coins which come in regular and mega versions, along with the 138 logo, the Dragons, a cute Chinese character, a fish, a lotus flower and five Royals (10 to A).
Established in 2014, Red Tiger Gaming has already created a decently sized collection of pokies and various other table games (roulette, blackjack, etc). I’ve tried out quite a few of their pokies, and for the most part I’ve found them to be exciting. One clear advantage that they have is that they have modern graphics in their titles, and they’re a lot of fun to play. Another advantage comes from the innovation factor, which I seem to see in every game they put out, Dragon’s Luck included.
About The Game
Software:Red Tiger Gaming
Coins Range:1.00 To 25.00
Jackpot:1,380x Your Bet
Fee Spins/Multiplier Better:Yes/Yes
How To Play It
10 ways to win are placed on 5×3 reels in Dragon’s Luck, and the wagers you use on them will have a total range of $0.20 to $500. The line bet in that case should be anywhere from $0.02 to $25.
I’ve found the design in Dragon’s Luck to be an easily enjoyable one, with appropriate symbols and with Asian style letters used for the poker cards. You have beautiful views of the mountains in the background, the usual temple structure all around the reels, and high quality symbols.
Dragon Coins are among the feature symbols that you will find in the game. These symbols will spin and will reveal a secret symbol which is chosen at random. In some cases, you will get Mega Coins to land on the reels, very large versions of the regular ones. At that point, you’re basically guaranteed to win prizes.
The 138 Logo serves in this case as a scatter symbol, one which can deliver huge payouts when it lands. The ultimate payouts, the ones which will come your way when you have up to five of them in place, will bring you prizes which can go as high as 1,380x the stake of the round. Considering the kind of wager that is possible in the game, that’s quite a reward.
The Dragons will appear at times, and will help you out by breathing fire on the reels. They will increase the wins when they do this.
Dragon’s Luck will pay extremely well, but to get there you need the 138 Logo present on the reels. The reward of up to 1,380x the stake that it is promised can mean a cash value of up to $690,000 in the case of a $500 wager.
Dragon’s Luck has the right graphics, has features that are at least unusual and fun, even though they’re not going to be a lot of them, so overall I feel like it’s a game that is worth checking out.