Old fortresses, knights, armours, dragons and a princess – everything you need for a good medieval story is here. Play ‘N Go have created a 5 reel 20 payline medium variance slot that will amuse you and reward regularly enough. The graphics depict a cartoony story about three knights in shining armour that are fighting for the hand of the beautiful and prissy princess. The tournament will decide who gets the princess, that is, if the big, mean dragon doesn’t get on the scene. Spectacular graphics and soundtrack give an immersive feel to the game which comes available on any platform starting from $0.20 per spin and going to $100 as maximum bet.
Game functionality is based on the Crumbling Towers feature, which causes the winning symbols to crumble and new ones come to fill their place. Practically, this way the players get re-spins and this can go on as long as the winning combinations are formed. On top of that, Crumbling Towers are a basis for another special feature called Treasure chest. Each crumbling action unlocks one of the five locks on the Treasure chest above the reels. When the players get to the fifth lock the treasure chest will crack open awarding either a multiplier of up to 100x your stake or return your re-spins winnings up to 5 times.
Throughout all the crumbling, flags representing three different knights might appear and when all three are collected that is when the tournament feature is activated. The players need to predict the winner and the one they choose can bring a prize of up to 200x the stake.
This unusual tale of a princess and her knights is often interrupted by, who else but the dragon. Beware of the Dragon’s Breath when he fires up the reels with up to 3 random wilds. The dragon is a very proud animal that does not like knights walking around on his territory. This is why when three knights land on the same reel the dragon will expand to cover them.
An exciting game from Play ‘N Go bringing something new and fresh to the world of video slots. The Dragon appears quite often and spices things up, while the tournament feature holds a nice winning potential, especially at maximum stakes.