Microgaming goes mushy with the Dragonz slot
Microgaming has had a rather busy summer. We can usually rely on the internet’s leading online casino software provider to deliver a few new titles over the summer months, but they have been releasing quite a few lately.
Their rate of releases hasn’t seemed to slow down either, with the news that they are set to launch their new Dragonz slot this November.
Dragonz is shaping up to be a 5-reel, 243 ways to win game, much in the fashion of other Microgaming developed slots. The new game is actually a bit more child-friendly than many of Microgaming’s other titles, too, and excels at offering superb 3D quality graphics, which is a step into new territory for the casino software giants.
The new Dragonz slot is scheduled for an early November release, and one can expect this new slot to appear at all good casinos offering Microgaming titles, especially those games powered by the software provider.
It is a non-progressive slot, offers cheap gameplay, and features which are similar in structure to Jurassic Park, Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II and other big hits from this provider.
What we love
Players will find the wild symbols doubly rewarding in the new Dragonz slot machine game. Not only can these wilds substitute themselves for all other symbols in the slot (barring other special icons), but they can also trigger a wild feature in which players can see random wilds dispersed across the screen.
That’s not too shabby in the least. The slot also comes with a rather extensive free spins bonus round. With the free spins feature in this slot, it is entirely possible for players to to land 4 free spin features, each one much better than the last.
The way that the free spin bonuses work is very similar to other Microgaming slots, in that the more times you enter them, the closer you get to landing a bonus of your choosing. Expect random wilds, frozen wilds, sticky wilds and more in these features.
What we do not like
To be honest, there isn’t too much we don’t like about Dragonz. The slot is cheap enough to play, it contains a number of classy free spin features, and it showcases Microgaming’s slot setup at its finest.
It also takes Microgaming into a new direction (in terms of both theme, and graphic design), which is exciting, given that Microgaming has always seemed rather set in its way in terms of imagery.
Players will find that Dragonz is certainly worth a look, even if they aren’t necessarily fans of the graphics or the theme.
The wagering setup is easy to master, the wins are more than decent (/at 3,500x your total bet), and the gameplay is entertaining. When this slot comes out in November, we’d imagine that it will do rather well for itself.