Powered by Push Gaming, Dragon Sisters is a video slot with five reels and twenty-five pay-lines. The slot is inspired by the ages when dragons flew the skies and were scorching the Earth. The reels themselves are set against a castle backdrop at a mountain's peak.
The design in Dragon Sisters has a suitably epic feel – reminding players a little from Game of Thrones. Players will encounter a wealth of symbols including arrows, swords, crowns and breastplates. The best paying icons are the Dark and Light sisters – players who land three, four or five of them will be awarded a win that is twice, five times or fifteen times their stake!
How to play Dragon Sisters
Before players begin fighting these mythical medieval creatures, they should adjust their settings.
Clicking on an arrow next to "Total Bet" players will be able to determine the coin denomination range.
Hitting "Spin" will begin to spin the reels.
Should players press the "Auto Spin", the reels will begin to turn without stopping for a select number of times.
Symbols in Dragon Sisters
The game's wild icon replaces for all the other symbols in the game except for the Red and Blue Dragon icons. Using the wild's players can form winning combinations.
The Red Dragon icons bestow a full stack of Wild symbols on the bottom reel plus a free re-spin. The Blue Dragon icon, on the other hand, will grant players a random Wild, up to three Wilds, on the top reel plus a free re-spin. Any Wild icon added to either reel sets will be kept in place for the duration of the Dragon Re-Spin. Players should note though, Wild icons will not appear during a re-spin. The re-spins themselves can be re-triggered and will continue to re-spin until no further Red or Blue dragon land on the reels.
Dragon Sisters is a good-looking casino video slot. There’s a suitably extensive soundtrack to supplement the action too. Dragon Sisters does not offer the widest variety of bonus features; however, the twin reel set, and wild extras offer some unusual activity. If players are fans of the fantasy Game of Thrones theme but imagine something a little different, then Dragon Sisters is one to consider having a punt.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring