Join a prepubescent Viking girl as she defeats dragons with her trusty bow and arrow! Worthy of any campfire myth.
Dragon’s Myth mobile slot by Rabcat is exactly what happens when a parent somewhere, who works in the design department, has had to watch How to Train Your Dragon too many times, and ran out of ideas.
Not that it’s not well done, it’s just hard to tell who this is mobile slot is for exactly. Parents? Adults who want to be kids again? Adults who love dragons and want to be Viking kids…?
The dragons are inspired, from your classic red lizard like symbol to your vast gargantuan rock-like creations, all set in a beautiful northern volcanic land.
So whilst the feisty red-head girl is fun and brings some animation to the game, after a while you wish she’d go away so you could have a clearer view of the 5×3 reels and 20 paylines.
This is the kind of slot you can play forever. You’ll lose a little, win a little, and not much more of anywhere – much like it’s sister slot Castle Builders.
But to give it credit, at least this Dragon Myth slot game has some hope of big wins. Namely in the free spins where these 20 paylines become 40 as these reels pay left to right and right to left.
Yet, the only good result is if you get the bonus symbol and enter the dragons cave. There you will continue the free spins, with the possibility of up to 6 ‘sticky’ wilds that remain constant till the end of the round.
Yet, mostly, you’ll win maybe 20 times your bet on a good free spin round. We’ve had up to 50 times.
Yes, there is the hope of a 2,000 times your bet win in the free spins, but they never seem close. Or for that matter, do the free spins come often enough to make you feel like the wait was worthwhile.
And that’s the myth in this Dragon Myth video slot; chances are you won’t bring down a beast of a win.
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|Mobile Slot released||May 2015|
|Slot type||Video Slot|
|Slot reels / paylines||5 Reels / 20 Paylines|
|Coins range||0.01 - 20.00|
|Min/Max bet||0.20 / 400|
|Free spins||Up to 20 Free Spins / Reels Pay Both Ways|
|Bonus rounds||Wilds, Free Spins, Sticky Wilds, Scatters|
Wilds: The red head viking girl is wild and replaces all other slot symbols except free spins, bonus and shoot symbols.
Dragon Bounty: A cage lies on the bottom right hand side of reel 5. Every time one of the four dragon symbols lands on that space during a spin, you 'collect' that symbol.
Collect all four dragons and you'll get 15 times your bet.
A nice top up when playing on the Dragons Myth slot base game, but hardly earth shattering. The graphics are nice and make a welcome change.
FreeSpins: Get 3 scatter volcano symbols and you'll trigger 10 free spins, 4 will give you 15 and 5, 20 free spins, but mostly you'll get 10.
The interesting thing here is that you'll suddenly get wins from both sides, left to right and right to left, much like Starburst. Meaning you are guaranteed to walk away with a minimum of 10 times your bet.
Things get interesting if you get a 'bonus' symbol (which only shows up during the free spins). Here you'll automatically get an additional 3 free spins plus you'll enter the dragons cave to spend that and whatever is left of the 10 free spins you triggered.
The reason that's interesting is that you get to pick where one of 6 sticky wilds remain sticky for the duration of the spins.
If you get another Bonus symbol, you'll choose one more sticky wild, and get a further 3 free spins. Usually you end up picking two, but if you can get all six... now then... then these dragons don't stand a chance against you.
Dragon's Myth mobile slot is very well done, with artwork that is worthy of any Dreamworks movie production.
However, the big wins never feel close, and by our math, it will take a big free spin round to come close to a truly satisfying win.
Still, fun for when you're not losing to risk much of your money and want to play and walk away with a little on top.Play Now at Vera & John »
Review by Lucky Mobile Slots, last updated: August 11, 2017 - Rating