Gamers will be able to play on a familiar layout with this one, which offers up a total of five reels and three rows. It’s on these reels that you’ll find the various different symbols. In the first instance, these are the regulat A, J, K, Q and 10 icons, presented in a fairly normal way. Joining these are the images of dragons, each of which has its own elemental influence. Therefore, you’ll be able to spin through icons of the sea-based water dragon. There’s also the rock solid earth beast, the purple air one with feathers streaming from its mane, and the hot as hell fire dragon. There’s a fifth and final dragon as well – being represented by the green spirit beast, and these make up the collective icons of the reels.
As far as the remaining interface goes, NetEnt have included a total of 15 different pay lines. However, if you have a preference for customising these particular sections of a game, you can do so by using the ‘Lines’ buttons to decrease them at your leisure. Furthermore, you can change around the amount of the bet you place per round as well, which is done firstly by changing the value of the coins used. This is adjustable between its minimum of €0.01 and its maximum of €1 per line. Following this, you can alter the bet level, which can be changed between one and 10. Therefore, all players have the possibility of placing a maximum overall wager of €150 per round.