Draco's Fire Cash is a Chartwell game. Chartwell appears to have closed down with the casinos offering their games standing alone with no further updates. Chartwell do not as standard release the house edge information of their games. However some of the casinos offering Chartwell games have started releasing this information. Doxx lists the house edge of Draco's Fire as 4%. When playing at other venues this figure should be treated as a guideline only as the game may be configurable.
Buried deep underneath the surface of the earth, where the pulsing of lava fuelled veins sustains the very lifeblood of the earth itself, Draco dwells. Dare you venture to such depths to try and claim part of his hoard?
This game is a 5 reel game, with 50 paylines and you can bet up to 5 coins on each payline.
The wild symbols in this game are a little unusual. There is the standard wild symbol – Draco with a purple background – however this symbol also doubles as a trigger for one of the bonus features. There is also the ‘Draco’s Head’ symbol that is stacked on all reels that changes to another random symbol at the end of each spin (this symbol also serves as a trigger for a bonus feature).
There are three different bonus rounds available when playing Draco’s Fire. The first is activated when the ‘Dragon’s Hoard’ symbol turns up anywhere on reels 1, 3 and 5. When this happens you will receive 10 complimentary spins.
The second bonus feature is activated when the Draco with a purple background symbol turns up anywhere on reels 2 and 4. When this happens Draco will fly down and land on the top of the reels, breathing fire over the whole board. Every winning payline will be awarded a random multiplier up to x6.
The last bonus feature is activated when all four symbols on reel three are the ‘Draco’s Head’ symbol. When this happens you are awarded 4 complimentary spins and the Draco’s Head symbols are held in place, changing at the end of each spin to a random symbol.
Draco’s Fire is more entertaining than most slots games, although given the lack of interactivity in the bonus features, how long this novelty would last is questionable.