Play'n GO Launches 'Dragon Maiden' Slot

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Internet slot developer Play'n GO has announced that they've released their newest video slot 'Dragon Maiden', which sees you battling the large lizards in order to gain favor with the damsel in distress.

The slot is a 5 reel, 243 ways to win video slot that has a medieval feel to it, and includes rings, bladed weapons, the damsel, coins, and a menacing looking dragon. The game's features include wilds, stacked wilds, scatters, free spins, and is considered high volatility by the creator. There is a posted return to player percentage of 96.49%, but can be configured all the way down to 84.56% if an operator wants it.

The slot doesn't appear to be the most flashy that Play'n GO has released, but it is a bit of fun from the limited playtime I had with it.

Dragon Maiden is available for play now at casinos offering Play'n GO's library.

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bgsharpe
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7 November 2018 - 1:48pm
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There is a posted return to player percentage of 96.49%, but can be configured all the way down to 84.56% if an operator wants it

Yeah..well, I guess some of the casinos would make that adjustment so in fact the RTP listed means nothing in this case, that's probably valid for other slots as well and not only from this particular developer.
Still though we know the quality of the Play'n GO games as a whole which includes their new releases in the last year or so and that makes most of their new titles a must try, well at least for me anyway.

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8 November 2018 - 6:08am
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There is a posted return to player percentage of 96.49%, but can be configured all the way down to 84.56% if an operator wants it.

Ah, this is a big problem. I don't know how it could be possible for the casinos in terms of fair play or something like that. This is just a rip-off.

This line makes me understand the low wins of Play N'Go in Vera John Casino. Their Play N'Go slots just drain the balance.

And another software RTG, Casino Extreme also must be setting the RTP of all games at the lowest as they can, which seems to be very unfair to players.

This kind of adjustment is nearly a crime, as I think.