Dragons Fire Megaways (Red Tiger)
Red Tiger is back with a megaways version of their previous slot game, Dragon’s Fire. The latest from this series is known as Dragons Fire Megaways, and after playing this latest version, here is my review:
Dragons Fire Megaways comes with a 6 reel set up, and up to with 117649 pay lines.
The slot has several features, and the main theme revolves around Fantasy and Dragons.
Betting and prizes
Betting starts from a low of $0.1 to a high of $10 per spin. The highest possible payout is 10000 x the stake. This means that on a lucky day, you can walk away with as much as $100,000 from just one spin.
Dragons Fire Megaways Slot Features
Just like on the original slot, Red Tiger has used several features for the megaways version, and these include an increasing multiplier, Stacked Symbols, Dragons Eye Boost, Random Wilds, Fire Blast, Megaways among others.
The slot game also comes with some free spins, and this is where the huge payout potential lies.
There is the cascading reels feature as well, and this one works by removing the winning symbols, for as long as you keep winning.
The Dragon’s Fire feature located on the base game can be triggered randomly. With it appearing on at least 3 times, it can deliver as many as 12 wilds.
At times, you may be lucky to land the Golden Dragon which comes with an extra scatter. This will be very helpful in triggering the free spins, but at least 3 scatters are needed
A Dragon’s Eye feature is what delivers the progressive multipliers. With its regular movements between the regular game and the free spins, it can greatly boost your income.
Theme and Design
The game is a fantasy-themed slot, and to help keep the action going, Re Tiger has used several symbols, and these include Dragon's Fire (comes in 4 different colours), Dragon’s Eye, Scatters, as well as Dragon eggs (represents Low-value icons).
If you got the opportunity to try the original Dragon’s Fire, you will agree with me that it one of their most creative developments.
Now enters the megaways version, and there is no much difference with the initial release. At least not in what I expected.
From what I found out, the megaways version has the very same characteristics, especially when you look at the max win potential, which is the same as that of the original game.
The wins may be huge, but what sense does it make playing on the megaways, while I can still get the same wins on the original?
Dragons Fire Megaways cannot be condemned as a bad game; however, it’s obvious that Red Tiger made no effort in improving it.