Head back to a mystical world where mysterious creatures rules the land in Dragons Rock, a 5 reel, 50 payline slot from Genesis Gaming. Featuring a family of dragons on the reels, the goal is to unhatch eggs and release the free spins bonus feature where bumper jackpots can be won. Play on desktop, tablet and mobile from between 50p and £100 per spin.
The visuals on show in Dragons Rock have more of a cartoon rather than serious fantasy feel. Readers of a certain age may be reminded the super annoying Godzooky character from the cult cartoon favourite Godzilla. The imagery is all nicely done here though and the action plays out to a suitably fantastical soundtrack which certainly enhances the overall gameplay.
Find the trio of bonus symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5 and you’ll trigger the Free Spin feature. It’s a 2 stage, free spins bonus round. First you’ll be transported to a new screen where you will be offered a choice of 15 dragon eggs to pick from – each 1 will reveal a number of free spins. Keep on choosing until you find the collect. 5 free spins will be added to your total after you’ve finished picking. If you find the collect with your first pick, you’ll be awarded the maximum number of free spins, 26 in all.
The accumulated free spins will then play out on a new set of reels – you’ll notice dragon symbols and the Dragons Rock logo above each reel. During each spin if a dragon lands and matches the dragon at the top of the reels, you’ll be awarded an egg.
Once you’ve accumulated 3 eggs, you’ll unlock the reel. Every time a wild hits on an unlocked reel, it will become an expanding wild and fill up the entire reel. Unlock the expanding wilds quickly and hit more than 1 of them on a spin and the wins can quickly rocket. I’ve managed to win over 200 times my total stake thanks largely to a stack of 3 expanded wilds.
Dragons Rocks is all about the free spins feature – you may have to be patient to trigger the feature but the rewards from the expanding wilds can certainly make it worth the wait. If you like features with expanding wilds, I highly recommend WMS Gaming’s Black Knight II where the expanded wilds become sticky on the 3 middle reels.