Dragon's Luck Power Reels Review
Red Tiger Gaming has returned to the scene of their very first online slot Dragon's Luck to beef up the player's odds of winning big by adding not one, not two but FIVE additional reels to this classic slot. Dragon's Luck Power Reels boasts an impressive 10 reels in total, certainly not something you see very often!
This truly unique oriental-themed slot boasts bonus features such as Dragon Coins, Dragon's Help and Mega Coins that can grow up to 10x6 in size, covering the entire game screen! With up to 3,888x your stake on offer, what're you waiting for?
Dragon's Luck Power Reels is pretty much a soft reboot of the original in every single way, except that the number of reels on display have literally doubled in size! The game's mammoth reels are built into an ancient Chinese temple that's flanked on either side by two large pillars that have silver dragons wrapping around them.
Low paying symbols are your standard stylised A, K, Q, J, 10 whilst high paying symbols are a lotus flower, koi fish, traditional doll and the number 138. All of which are identical to the original game
When it comes to sound, players are treated to some stereotypical Asian-style music whenever the reels are spun and when wins are registered. However, the game is painfully quiet in between spins other than some very low-key music.
This Red Tiger Gaming slot is incredibly easy to navigate. On the bottom left-hand side of the game screen players can change their stake to anywhere between 0.10 and 20, next to that is a button that lets players set up to 100 automated spins.
On the right-hand side of the game screen is a large yellow spin button. If you're playing this slot in the United Kingdom then you'll notice that there's a loading bar working its way around the edge of the button after each and every spin, this indicates when 2.5 seconds has passed and players can spin the reels again.
Dragon's Luck Power Reels is a medium/high volatility slot that has a slightly below-average RTP of 95.06%. Players can win a maximum of 3,888x their total stake by way of the game's bonus features.
There's very little (other than the obvious ten reels) to distinguish Dragon's Luck Power Reels from the original slot, Dragons Luck. If you like the idea of playing on a set of highly unconventional reels then perhaps you'll enjoy this game, but don't expect fireworks as it's essentially still the plain old offering from 2016.