This game is no longer available at Wombat Casino. Sorry about that chaps. Why not try 24K Dragon slot from Play’n GO?
The wombat says: What’s this? A Chinese-themed slot with an underwater twist? Why, I don’t mind if I do…
We´ve seen a slew of Oriental games from NetEnt like the Happy Panda slot and they´re a welcome addition to their range. No complaints from this wombat!
Back in the olden days there was an ancient Chinese legend about a crazy galah called Au Guang – he was an a wrathful deity that ruled the underwater world and threatened to crush the land with droughts, floods and storms (perhaps he was also behind a few other pandemics, who knows?)
Anyway, NetEnt have taken this grumpy Sea God and turned him into a slot. Hopefully, he’ll be more generous than his real life counterpart. We see plenty of kings on slot games (like on Santa King Megaways for instance) but Au Guang has the most outrageous head gear.
Dive into the sea with me Wombat fans to seek out the long-lost treasure in East Sea Dragon King slot!
Look and Feel
If, like this wombat ,you’re more of a land lubber, just dip a cautious toe into the ocean and you’ll still see some nice graphics here. The Dragon King himself is a multi-coloured old Chinese fella with a long beard, and some rather angry eyes. Meanwhile, your reels and icons float around in deep blue without a frame, and in the background the odd ray of sunshine penetrates from the surface. It’s quite nice really. If you want the full on Dragon game then we´s suggest the Dragon Ways Multiplier slot from Inspired Gaming. That´s a good ‘un as well.
East Sea Dragon King Slot had 5 reels, and 3 rows – but there are no pay-lines in the game (not like the Arena of Gold slot for example), instead it uses the Cluster Pays mechanism. A symbol is part of a cluster if it touches the same icon horizontally or vertically. Land 5x or more symbols in a cluster will scoop you a win… Easy!
The highest paying symbol on the reels is the jade green dragon statue, next comes the golden ingots. You’ll also find a golden scroll, a seashell plus gold, silver and bronze coins.
The Wild icon here is Dragon King and when he lands he will expands fully on the reel to reveal a bit more of his godliness! He will do the usual job of substituting for all other symbols on the reels to make extra wins for you.
Free Spins and Bonus Features
Dragon King Respins
This nifty feature is triggered when the Dragon King Wild lands. Next, the expanding wild will cover the whole reel and get locked in place while you are given a free re-spin. If you hit any more wilds on the reels during the re-spin, you’ll be rewarded with another re-spin, and so on!
This continues until no more Wilds land on the reels, and if you cover all 5 reels with Wild icons, you can expect to bag a very chunky pay out indeed.
And that’s it for the bonuses Wombat fans. We were expecting some Free Spins, or maybe another random feature – but sadly the Sea God isn’t the benevolent bloke we hoped he’d be…
East Sea Dragon King Slot looks very nice and this wombat was intrigued by the theme, but with only one bonus round and the absence of extras like multipliers and free spins we were left a little bit cold. Although, we have been in the sea for hours minus a wet suit so maybe it’s that… Brrrr.