Although the title might suggest otherwise, there are no dragons in this game — only precious golden items waiting for you to collect them.
Twin Dragons is an oriental-themed video slot played on a 5×3 layout. While its base game might not impress you, the bonus round in Twin Dragons is where things get exciting. The most patient players will be rewarded with rare treasures of the ancient Chinese culture and potentially go home with a jackpot worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
So what’s the secret to Twin Dragon’s riches, and how do you unlock these rewarding bonuses?
The wild symbol substitutes for all other symbols, apart from the bonus and can itself be worth 300 times your stake. However, if there are less than three bonus symbols in a single spin, there’s an off chance of triggering the Wild Reels.
In this scenario, the wild symbol will expand on the entire reel and award multipliers and re-spins. The size of the multiplier is indicated by the position of the Wild Reel. If the wild is on the second reel, the multiplier will be 2x; if it’s on the third reel, it will be 3x, etc. The Wild Reel moves one position to the right after each re-spin until it reaches the fifth reel.
At least three bonus symbols reward you 8, 10, or 12 free spins with a chance to re-trigger the spins during the bonus game. The bonus symbol can also pay as any other symbol as long as it’s connected on a payline.
Low-level symbols in Twin Dragons are four differently-colored card suits: green spades, pink diamonds, red hearts, and blue clubs. A Ming Dynasty vase pays a little more, as does the fireworks rocket. However, the most rewarding symbols are golden coins and golden ingots.
Each spin is played with ten fixed paylines that pay from left to right. Players can adjust their coin value from 0.01 to 10, while the number of paylines multiplied by the coin value indicates the total bet for the current spin. The RTP of Twin Dragons is 96.12%.