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Dragon Dollars Slots Review

By Andrew Nesvadba, on July 1, 2009


Dragon Dollars Slots
  • Publisher: Pokie Magic
  • Genre: Card
  • Released: 8 Apr, 2009
  • Size: 15.6 MB
  • Price: $1.99
Download on the AppStore
Rating

PROS

  • Two feature modes.
  • 5 or 6 reel game modes.

CONS

  • For anyone that's not a slots fan, you'll still only get a few minutes of fun out of it.

VERDICT

It's nice to be surprised by a slot machine game, so that's a big positive step forward for Dragon Dollars Slots. Slots enthusiasts will definitely want to add this one to their collection and casual gamers will still get a kick from it.


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Dragon Dollars Slots by Pokie Magic is yet another entry in to the slot machine game category, bringing an Asian theme to slot fans. What makes this game stand out is the inclusion of two feature modes which will keep your busy as the reels keep spinning.

Dragon Dollars uses a standard press and play setup, with bets ranging between $1-200 and all the features (barring a pay out) of a regular slot machine. The only other time you'll need to touch to play is during the roulette double up. As with other Pokie Magic games, you can select the pay line number on the side of the window to be shown what it covers.

The reels are covered with Asian themed icons that are easy to distinguish compared to other slot machine games on the app store. The main attraction here are the two feature modes that are activated and play out quite differently. This adds far more interest in to the mix and can keep you spinning far longer than you'd expect.

For a fairly basically featured slot machine game, Dragon Dollars Slots is still quite a fun game. The clean artwork and extra feature mode grabs your interest far more strongly than you'd expect and if you're after a slot simulator, this isn't a bad one to have.

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