The Dragon’s Luck: Megaways slot can be found at casinos offering Red Tiger software. Red Tiger is a relatively new software developer in the online gaming market, having only been in operation since 2014. Red Tiger focus primarily on slots games but do offer a few table games, albeit a very limited range of them. In compliance with UK gaming legislation, Red Tiger publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slot games within their pay tables. As such, we can say that the House Edge for Dragon’s Luck is 4.31%.
Dragon’s Luck: Megaways is a 6-reel slot that varies in height, from 1 to a possible 7 symbols high. The game does not use traditional paylines. Instead you form wins by matching 3 or more symbols across adjacent reels, with up to 117649 possible combinations in total.
Mega Symbol – This feature is triggered at random. At any point during the game a, 2x2, 3x3 or a 4x4 Mega symbol can appear on the reels, which will then spilt into multiple Dragon coin symbols that will all reveal the same symbol.
Dragon Coin – If the Dragon Coin symbol appears on the reels it will rotate after landing and all Dragon Coins will become identical symbols.
Dragon – If this symbol lands it will breath fire onto the reels to reveal better paying symbols.
Dragon’s Luck: Megaways sees Red Tiger do something that they love doing: taking an old slot that has proved to successful in the past and turning it into a megaways game. What this means is that you get something you have ha before, expect this time the paylines are out the window and instead you are looking to match symbol combinations across reels that change in height with each spin. There are no features as such, but you do get giant symbols, mystery symbols and some symbol upgrades from time to time. The house edge is higher than we would want it to be an as such we won’t be recommending this slot.
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