Thu, Jul 25, 10:01pm by Ethan Anderson
Last Updated Sat, Oct 5, 4:15am
Dragon’s Law Twin Fever is an Asian themed pokie featuring yin and yang symbols, golden miniature models of pigs and tortoises, golden coins with a square hole in the middle and lotus flowers. Slot games with similar themes have become increasingly popular in recent years, the range of symbols perfect for the reels of a pokie.
Like many Konami pokies, Dragon’s Law is fast paced, fun and offers regular wins. You can benefit from extra wilds in the base game and free spins. Here’s a list of the standout features:
The wild symbol is represented by a gold star in an ornate red and gold setting. This will substitute for any other symbol in the game. It is also the highest paying symbol, worth 1,000 coins for the maximum five in a row.
At any time during the base game, you might be randomly awarded the Dragon’s Law feature. This will see additional wilds added to the reels, either during a spin or directly afterwards. Occasionally a wild will be added to the yin and yang bonus symbol, which will then turn into a purple backed wild symbol which will represent both a wild and a bonus symbol.
The Yin and Yang symbol acts as the scatter / bonus symbol. Land 3, 4 or 5 on any spin and you’ll land instant wins of 5x, 10x or 50x your total stake respectively, as well as 8, 12 or 20 free games.
While playing the free spins, the reel set up is the same as the base game. You’ll quickly notice that the Dragon’s Law Feature is activated on a more frequent basis. With all of those extra wilds flying around, the feature can be fantastic, offering a potential series of big wins. You can retrigger the feature at any time – simply land 3 or more scatters during the free spins and your awarded spins are added to the existing total.
On every spin of Dragon’s Law Twin Fever, you’ll find ‘Action Stacked Symbols’ in play. Fans of Konami pokies will be familiar with this system – which is used on most of their titles.
A large number of symbol positions are reserved on every spin, with each one filled by the same randomly allocated symbol. These ‘Action Stacked Symbols’ are so widely spread, you could find all five reels filled with the same symbol, ensuring a huge pay out. The feature adds an added layer of excitement, that it’s difficult to find in the base game of a pokie.
Dragon’s Law Twin Fever is a five-reel pokie featuring a total of 30 win-lines. Each spin costs 45 coins (15 coins are added for the range of features). A heart with an Asian inscription is the highest paying symbol aside from the wild, worth 500 coins for the maximum five in a row. Next up are the gold pig and tortoise, each worth 250 coins, while the lotus flower and the gold coin pay 150 coins. The playing cards 9, 10, J, Q, K and A fill the low end of the pay table and each have a top prize of 100 coins.
You might have noticed that I haven’t mentioned a single dragon in this review yet. This is because the twin creatures only appear in the design – not as symbols. Dragon’s Law Twin Fever features a gold frame around the reels, featuring the two golden dragons wrapped around the frame, facing each other at the top of the reels – they might be twins, but their teeth are bared. The large reels of the game have a patterned green backdrop, with the colourful and well-designed symbols taking centre stage.
This Konami designed pokie is a fine addition to the range of Asian themed games at the casino. The ‘Action Stacked Symbols’ add an element of added excitement to every spin in the base game. Add in the ‘Dragon’s Law’ feature which can be activated at any time, and huge wins are never far away. Enter the free spins feature and you’ll have more opportunity than ever.