Game description

Treasure Mine Power Reels Slot (Red Tiger)

Treasure Mine Power Reels Slot (Red Tiger)If you are a lover of the Power Reels mechanics, you by now know that, developer Red Tiger has had a lot of success with it and Treasure Mine Power Reels is their 10nth title using this system.

The cute dragon plus a miner gives it a great introduction, and here is my review playing the slot for real money:

Game Set-Up

If this is your first time playing the Power Reels game, then get ready to work with a large game area of 8 reels and 6 rows. However, the large game area does not offer very many pay lines, and only 30 are available.

Features here include regular Wilds, Cash Prize, Expanding Wilds, and Random Wilds.

Betting and Prizes

Treasure Mine Power Reels allows bets of between $0.10 and $80 per spin. I don’t find the top payouts any impressive as the highest that it can get is 1,172xs the stake.

Red Tiger is known for giving most of its slots very low RTP but with this title, they have done pretty well, and the RTP of 96% helps in taming its medium volatility.

This RTP is also within the range offered by a majority of new slots.

Treasure Mine Power Reels Features

The features offered by Treasure Mine Power Reels borrow from a 3-character wild icon, plus the different ways that they affect or complement each other. These include Dragon, Miner, and Diamond Wild icons.

Each version of wild will land only once in each spin, but it is also possible to have more than one type landing at the same time. Mostly, these will appear as 2×2 sized tiles. As usual, wild symbols substitute the other paying symbols, and I love the fact that with this, I can form lots of winning combinations.

The game gets very interesting whenever different versions of wilds land simultaneously:

Whenever the Dragon and Miner Wilds appear in view, you will see the Dragon shooting fire at the Miner. As the Miner dashes around the reels, he will leave traces of regular wild icons behind, this will result in win evaluation.

In case the Miner and Diamond Wilds both hit, then the Miner will jump onto the Diamond and hit with his hammer. Afterwards, the cash prizes will fly off, and you get to collect them.

When both the Dragons and Diamond Wilds appear, then the Dragons will shoot fire at the Diamond and make little Diamond Wild icons to fly towards new random positions. This process can be repeated up to two or more times.

Theme and Design

Mining remains a fertile hunting ground for many slot developers, and it is what Red Tiger has used for Treasure Mine Power Reels.

For the symbols, there are low-pay 10-A royals that are decorated in gems, premium symbols include green lanterns, a Steampunk kind of device, a helmet, and a Mjolnir hammer.

Conclusion

The Power Reels design has received a major boost with the Treasure Mine Power Reels game.

Red Tiger has additionally added fantasy to this rather common mining theme, allowing the use of dragons, alongside fantasy-style miners.

It is a great slot machine but with such low potential, I can only recommend it to casual gamers.