Packed with golden artefacts in a lush gold and red themed virtual China, Magic Dragon from GameArt is a five reel game with 243 ways to win. Magic Dragon will compensate only the luckiest players with multipliers and free spins.
Red and gold are two of the most auspicious colours in Chinese folklore, so there’s no surprise they make up the colour scheme in Magic Dragon. The game itself is gorgeous to look at with the paytable artefacts rendered in minute detail.
The highest payout in Magic Dragon is an x40 multiplier; however, there’s a double up feature to help players build their payout. Magic Dragon may not be that innovative yet what it does, it does well and keeps players engaged from the first spin.
Chase The Dragon
To win in Magic Dragon, players must unlock the power of the free spin bonus that works as the following:
The pierced coin is the scatter icon in Magic Dragon, and landing three or more them across the reels grants players with up to an x50 multiplier and access to the free spins round.
It’s up to players to determine the wisest path, whether that is the way of the green, red, blue, pink or black dragon. Keep an eye out for the red envelopes - or hongbao - that are traditionally rammed with money as Chinese New Year gifts. They only appear in free spin feature, yet when they do, they’re filled with big rewards up to x20 players total stake.
The ornate golden dragon head is the wild icon in the game and will replace for any other symbol except the scatter to maximise the opportunities to increase your rewards. They only appear on the middle three reels, and you’ll appreciate them when they decide to land for you.
Magic Dragon is arguably one of the most classicly Chinese-inspired slot games that players can locate on the video slot market. Magic Dragon quickly makes up for entertainment by offering a generous free spin round, with several exciting possibilities to pick from.
Otherwise, the primary paytable of Magic Dragon lacks exhilarating rewards. Good visuals aren’t everything, and players will have to be ready to spend the credits, and the time required to unlock the most worthy features of the game, that is something that total beginners might not be able to do handle at first.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring