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Free 50 Dragons slot machine

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About 50 Dragons

Get ready to head on over to China in Aristocrat's 50 Dragons slot machine, which manages to bring the theme of Asian luck to the eyes of punters for what seems like the ump-teenth time, but still manages to be fun and of course brings home the land based slots experience that Aristocrat is well known for.

50 Dragons is a 5 reel, 50 payline video slot that takes us to China, wherein players will find a bunch of traditional slot symbols thrown in with golden animals and symbols of luck from Chinese culture. The game's symbols include 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace, a koi fish, a bat, a tiger, a rooster, a golden dragon, an ingot, and a pearl.

The game's bonus features include wild symbols, scatter symbols, and free spins, which are standard for most video slots we see today. Other than that, there's not really much out there that makes this game stand out, which is a disappointment, as there are so many other games that offer enhanced features. The game does have a theoretical RTP of 94.711%, which isn't spectacular, but isn't the lowest we've seen either.

I played 50 Dragons for a short period, and found that the game wore on me pretty quickly. I did like the free spin feature found in the game, as the wild pearls added on each spin improve your chances of hitting a big payout with each passing spin. Apart from that, the game's features are quite sparse, and truth be told I was bored after just a few minutes of gameplay. Although this game certainly isn't my favourite, it will have a following as there are people out there who swear by Aristocrat's older land based games, meaning that this slot will be right up their alley. If you're one of those players, you'll love 50 Dragons; if you're not, you may want to look elsewhere.


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