Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire by Pragmatic Play released on 04.02.2021 is a 3-reel & 3-row online slot with 5 paylines and a 96.49% RTP. This is a Fantasy-themed game offering players a max win of up to 1250x their stake. Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire can be played on all devices from €0.05 to €25 per spin and is considered a low volatility game.
- Low Variance 3x3 Slot
- Dead Spins Create Win Multipliers
- 1,250x Max Win
I’m guessing the bullet points above will have given you an idea of how Pragmatic Play’s Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire operates. This is not a slot for lovers of big paying, high variance slots. The scary title and ominous soundtrack belie the game’s rather soft edges. An additional reel with progressive win multipliers is the only feature on display here. This is basic stuff, but does it still have legs?
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How to win big in Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire – Progressive Feature
As previously mentioned, Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire only has the one feature, and all it takes to trigger is to rack up enough non-winning spins. After a certain number of spins, the 4th reel to the right of the gameboard activates. The different coloured dragon eggs which fill the reel are given win multiplier values. The egg multiplier on the middle row is applied to any win on that spin from the main reel set. There are 6 levels of multipliers, with each new level increasing the possible multipliers values. Levels increase after more and more non-winning spins as follows:
Levels 1-3 non-winning spins = 1x win multiplier 4-8 non-winning spins = 2x, 3x, or 5x win multipliers 9-13 non-winning spins = 3x, 5x, or 8x win multipliers 14-18 non-winning spins = 5x, 8x, or 10x win multipliers 19-24 non-winning spins = 8x, 10x, or 15x win multipliers 25+ non-winning spins = 10x, 15x, or 50x win multipliers
As soon as a winning spin occurs, the multiplier from the middle of the 4th reel is applied, and the level resets to 1.
Look and Feel of Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire
The design is decent enough, if a little generic and bland for the genre. The action takes place inside the entrance of a Dragon’s cave, the floor littered with gold coins and other treasure. The reels are house in a pillared, stone frame. The 4th reel has its own frame to the right of the gameboard with darker stone columns complete with dragon’s heads facing one another at the top, breathing fire onto a cauldron directly above the symbols. The cauldron shows the current game level.
All symbols in the main gameboard come stacked on the reels. The low value symbols are the four playing card suits. High value symbols are a burning red seven, a red dragon, and a blue dragon. The blue dragon is the most valuable, paying 4x the bet size for a full payline.
The wild symbol, a yellow dragon’s eye, also comes stacked on all reels. The wild is also the highest paying symbol or all, awarding 5x the bet size for a full payline. See paytable below for all awards (paytable shown playing at €1 a spin]
While there is something to be said about watching the win levels rise, this isn’t the most exciting of games to play. Also, there is something oddly counter-intuitive about hoping for lots of non-winning spins in order to raise the win level. With no other features, a max win of only 1,250x, this game gets boring pretty fast. Also, as it is on the low side of variance, the bigger wins are even harder to come by as this slot pays out relatively frequently is small/modest amounts. Perhaps this could be a decent beginners slot, but I for one won’t be giving it much patronage.
Disclaimer: the game’s RTP and min/max bet may vary depending on operator and jurisdiction. Use our data as a pointer, but always make sure you check the real RTP by locating the help file directly in the game itself once loaded.