Thai Dragon Slot
Thai Dragon Slot is a game from GameArt, inspired by Thai food, history and culture – especially the legends about the dragons. The reels are adorned with symbols such as Thai temples, staues, the lotus flower, gilded elephants, and (of course) dragons.
This slot comes with a gamble feature that you can turn och and off, depending on your preferences.
- Game developer: GameArt
- Theme: Thailand
- Type: 5 Reel videoslots
- Paylines: 10 fixed paylines (You have to bet on all 10 paylines)
- Line bet: From 0.01 to 0.50
- Minimum bet: 0.10 per round
- Maximum bet: 5 per round
- Autoplay: Yes, autoplay is available for up to 500 rounds
You will be surrounded by dragons when playing this game. A large dragon is rearing its head behind the reels, and a golden dragon is incorporated into the game’s logo. There is also a Dragon Wild symbol; a dragon with green and golden scales and beautiful blue eyes. The Dragon Wild can substitute for any regular symbol, but not for the scatter.
The traditional Thai dwelling is a scatter symbol. Get enough scatters and you will be awarded with 12 free spins.
Free spins round
If the free spins round was triggered by 3 scatters, you will get a 3x win multipier for the free spin coin wins. Four scatters give you a 4x win multiplier and five scatters a 5x win multiplier.
If the Dragon Wild appears anywhere on the second, third or fourth reel during free spins, it will expand to fill up the whole reel. It will then freeze there and remain for all the remaining free spins.
It is possible to be awarded new free spins during free spins.
When you win something playing Thai Dragon, you can elect to risk it in a daring game of double-or-nothing. If you correctly predict the color of the next card in the deck, your money is doubled. If you fail, you lose the money. You can play the double-or-nothing game five times in a row, substantially growing your win if you are good at guessing.
Did you know?
- The national mammal of Thailand is the elephant. The national bird is the Siamese Fireback (Lophura diardi), a type of pheasant. The male firebacks are larger than the females, and can grow up to 80 cm long and with a tail lenght exceeding 35 cm.
- The national flower of Thailand is the dok koon, which grows in great abundance on the national tree of Thailand, the ratchaphruek. The flowers are of a bright yellow color and therefore associated with Buddhism, glory, harmony and unity.