The Megaways slot mechanic is uber-popular among players around the world, providing a booming market for its creator Big Time Gaming. The company designs games that revolve around the system and they've licensed it out to developers like Red Tiger Gaming, who've designed this Dragon's Luck Megaways slot based on the system. For those who don't know, Megaways sees an expanded number of payline possibilities come out, depending on the variously sized symbols that land when you spin the reels.
Dragon's Luck is a 6 reel video slot with up to 117,649 ways to win depending on the symbol combinations. The game is set in front of a Chinese temple, complete with different dragons scaling the pillars. The game's icons have low-paying symbols like 10, J, Q, K, and A, as well as high-paying icons like lotus flowers, koi fish, dolls, a gold coin with 138 in it, dragons, and dragon coins. The art on these is okay, but certainly nothing that stands out as being great.
The game's features include that Megaways mechanic, wilds, shifting symbols, and different symbol sizes, going from 2x2 up to 4x4 for the Mega Coin. The layout and features give this slot a posted return to player percentage (RTP) of 95.7%, which is typical of a Red Tiger Gaming slot, but a tad lower than what we have come to expect from other major developers,
In all, I'll say that Dragon's Luck Megaways is a decent game, but it's nothing that'll make you seek it out. The features and mechanics are almost identical to every other Megaways slot from Red Tiger. This means that you're basically left with a different skin of the game, and while that's enough for a lot of people, it does mean that you're getting almost the same slot as other titles.
If you like the Megaways mechanic, the game is worth checking out. If you aren't a fan, this one is not going to change your mind.