Dragon Fire is a video slot which combines stories such as King Arthur, Merlin and others into one. The slot includes five fiery reels, 20 paylines and two additional features which alongside regular payouts can award prizes up to $3,750.
Dragon Fire Theme
Once the slot loads you will find yourself deep within the dragons lair. It’s present next to the reels whilst its huge swathing tale wraps around the top of the reels to guard a huge stash of golden treasure.
Each of the reel icons uses a flaming background which gives a dramatic effect. These icons include dragons, dragons eyes, golden chalices, knights helmets, swords in stones (a reference to Arthur), a wizard (Merlin), shields, Knights, Princesses, castles and swords.
Betting Options and More Functions
The control panel is straightforward without limiting players options. You can change coin values, select up to 20 lines and use a maximum of three coins on each. You can even play the game using an auto spin mode which is perfect for players that like to multitask, or want to rest their mouse for a while.
Dragon Fire Slot Features
The mighty white wizard (he’s not Gandalf before you get too excited) is wild and can substitute for all other symbols excluding the scattered dragon logo. He is able to perform this magic feat during both normal and free spins.
The menacing dragons eye logo will award ten free spins when three to five icons appear on screen. These logos can be in any position which makes the feature easier to trigger.
Our Take on Dragon Fire
Dragons, wizards and white Knights always was a childhood fantasy of mine so I love the theme. It would have been great to see an additional bonus game, but it has to be said the wild and free spins do come in handy. You can try Dragon Fire at any of the casinos below; be sure to check our forums for the latest bonuses too.
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- $0.05 - $30.00
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- 0.05 - 1.0
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