Dragon's Cache Review
After the success of Wild Link Cleopatra and Vegas Cash, SpinPlay Games decided to take the next slot in the direction of medieval heroes with swordfights and dragons.
Playing on 5-reels with 20 paylines, this medium volatility slot features fixed jackpots and respins leading to treasures of up to 5,000x the stake. Can you beat the dragon in Dragon's Cache?
As expected from the name, this slot is set in a dragon's lair surrounded by piles of coins and fallen knights. The background is decent enough but nothing overly special as there are no animations or even gleams from the gold.
However, the symbols on the reels are more impressive with different knights, weapons and an animated dragon eye that is entirely creepy. The music isn't anything spectacular but features an orchestra score that builds up the atmosphere of the slot.
In the base game, the main objective is to trigger one of the bonuses meaning that the base game can get a little repetitive. However, the bonus games are definitely worth it and lead to some entertaining wins.
The right of the reels contains the spin button and bet level, but other menu buttons can be found to the left of the reels instead.
Unfortunately, the general win potential of this slot is quite the middle of the road so if you were looking for big wins, this isn't the slot for you. Instead, there is a decent RTP of 96.47% and a medium volatility level.
The biggest win in this slot is only 5,000x the stake which isn't anything crazy but decent enough for casual players. This can be achieved through the bonus games but can never go over 5,000x the stake.
Dragon's Cache is a nice little slot from SpinPlay Games but nothing that will shake up the iGaming industry. This slot is definitely for casual players looking for a medium volatility slot.
For those of you looking for something like this, be sure to Dragon's Cache a spin for an entertaining experience with some decent wins.