Dragon Horn is a 5 reel, 243 ways to win slot from Thunderkick where you go on a mysterious journey with knights, elves and orcs. High variance, you can spin away from 10p to £100 per spin across all compatible devices. It comes with a Dragon Fire symbol which is changes into a randomly chosen symbol. Then there’s a free spins feature where you climb levels to get extra Dragon Fire symbols.
Visually, Dragon Horn has a medieval/fantasy theme – set in a medieval village, symbols on the reels include low value red, blue, green. purple and brown shields. You’ll also see orcs, dwarves, elves and knights as well as high value queens and dragons. The dragon symbol is the most rewarding with 3, 4 or 5 giving you 3, 5 or 20 times your stake. There’s also a wild, the W, that substitutes for all symbols bar the scatter – it appears on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Dragon Horn comes with a Dragon Fire symbol – this is a mystery symbol that is replaced by any other symbol bar the low value shield symbols. When it appears, a randomly chosen symbol (bar the shields) will replace it to increase your winning potential.
Then there’s the Bonus Game feature which is played when you get 3, 4 or 5 scatters (Dragon Horn) on the reels – this will give you 7, 9 or 11 free spins respectively. During the feature, each scatter will reward you with 1 additional free spin. The Dragon Fire symbol will also appear and can change to any symbol bar the shields or scatter.
Once in, any scatter appearing will advance the Dragon Horn meter by 1 and give you 1 more free spin – if you reach 3 in the Dragon Horn meter, you will move up a level. Then a shield symbol will transform into a Dragon Fire symbol for the remainder of the free spins. This means all 5 low value shields can become Dragon Fire symbols for bigger transforming wins (with all 5 levels).
Dragon Horn is typically Thunderkick – visually I quite like it with the Dragon Fire symbol giving you big wins throughout. The key to winning big is from the 5 extra Dragon Fire symbols in the Bonus Game feature. Highly volatile as always, you can win an impressive 8,282 times your stake on each spin/free spin. If you like the theme, Play ‘N Go’s Dragon Maiden would be my pick.