The Dragon’s Inferno slots game can be found at online casinos offering WMS Gaming software who are a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Gaming. WMS Gaming do not publish their RTP or House Edge figures as standard. However UKGC licensed operators who now publish all game figures as standard. As such we can say that the House Edge of Dragon’s Inferno is 4.03%. As this figure has not been confirmed by the software provider we cannot confirm whether this game is configurable or not. As such this figure should be treated as a guideline only when playing at any operator that does not publish their RTP figures.
Face the searing dragon’s breath for gold and glory.
Dragon’s Inferno is a 5 reel game with 30 paylines.
The ‘Treasure’ symbol is Wild and only appears on reels 1, 2, 4 and 5.
There are two bonus features when playing Dragon’s Inferno. The first bonus features is triggered when you receive the ‘Dragon and Treasure’ symbol on reel 3. When this happens the Dragon and Treasure symbol will function as a Wild symbol and will change random symbols on the reels into additional symbols contributing to a winning combination.
The second bonus feature is triggered when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Dragon and Fire’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded either 10, 20, 40 complimentary spins depending on the number of Dragon and Fire symbols you received. During the complimentary spins all wins are doubled. An alternative set of reels is used for the complimentary spins. Complimentary spins can be retriggered.
Dragon’s Inferno isn’t a bad game. A reasonable House Edge and a couple of bonus features makes it better than many. But it looks old and the bonus features are basic enough to be considered years out of date. You’re not going to be blown away by anything you see here.