Slot designer Swintt is taking players into medieval times with the launch of its newest video slot 'Dragon Lair', which, despite having dragons and princesses, is not related to the 1983 Don Bluth arcade game.
The slot is a 5 reel, 10 payline video slot that features icons like beetles, griffins, keys, golden eggs, and more. The game features include wilds, free spins, scatters, and expanding icons. Dragon Lair also has a max jackpot win of 500x your wagered amount. There is a gamble feature, too, which lets you put winnings at risk for the chance to double or quadruple your winnings.
Regarding the launch, Swintt CEO David Mann said, "While our Premium Games are well-known for their straightforward gameplay, iconic graphics and classic casino-style sound, we've never seen any reason why including these familiar aspects should be a barrier to including exciting new features.
"In our new Dragon Lair slot, we believe we've struck the perfect balance between a traditional land-based casino game and a more modern video slot title by adding a range of blazing hot bonuses including expanding wilds and Free Spins with magic symbol upgrades. As such, we're expecting it to be another incredibly popular addition to the Swintt line-up when it swoops into casinos this month."
Dragon Lair can be played now at casinos that offer Swintt's library of games. It can be played on desktop and mobile platforms.
I tried the game yesterday. It's quite simplistic but I like it. I think that the features are quite alright- definitely not my favourite from them but quite decent release.