Dragon Island by NetEnt
Is Dragon Island a sensible place to go, you might ask? Well, dragons often appear in slot games and we've found them to be dramatic but useful while playing. This game from NetEnt looks set to be a fun one, with up to 400,000 coins up for grabs too. Let's see what can occur on Dragon Island.
Reels and win lines
There are five reels in play here, providing ample room to fit in 15 paylines.
Coin values in play
If you like to play up to 10 coins on each payline, this slot is ideal for you. Coins can be worth as little as a cent each or as much as 50 cents. You can also choose to activate the 'win both ways' element of the game, which requires double the usual bet amount. This also brings in a Golden Wild.
Dragon Island special symbols
If you go for the 'win both ways' feature, Golden Wilds (golden dragons) can appear to give you a chance to win more. A random multiplier of between 2x and 8x will be applied to wins with a Golden Wild involved.
There is a standard wild present no matter how you choose to play the game. This is identical in appearance to the gold one but is silver instead. This won't replace the Golden Wild or the scattered volcano but everything else can be substituted by it.
Bonus features to watch out for
The volcano scatter can secure scatter prizes for just two or more. However, three, four, or five of these will reward you with 10, 20, or 50 free games - very generous. Prior to each spin, you will get an expanded wild on a random reel. You can also trigger more free spins to be added if you get three or more scattered volcanos during these spins.
Download, play, and win with Dragon Island slots today!
This game is great to play without the 'win both ways' feature triggered. However, if your budget can stand wagering double the amount on each spin, you might want to do so. With another wild thrown in for good measure - including random multipliers too - you can see why a trip to Dragon Island makes sense. We just hope that volcano doesn't blow its top while you're there.
Top marks to NetEnt for this game - at least from our point of view. Do you agree?