The slot game named Dragon’s Wild Fire, which was launched in 2015 by Greentube, rivals Wild Dragon slot from Amatic Industries and Dragon’s Fire from Red Tiger Gaming. Greentube has many other dragon-inspired online games, including Dragon Warrior, Eye of the Dragon, Little Dragons, Viking & Dragon, Dancing Dragon, Dragons Mystery, Dragon’s Pearl, and Dragon’s Deep.
Graphically, dragon’s wildfire is a recreation of the mythical Chinese dragons, which are depicted as fire-spitting legged snakes-like reptiles with skins made of tongues fire. Dragon’s Wild Fire players match two, three, four, or five symbols in the main game, and decide if to also guess at the color of an upcoming card in the “Gamble” side game.
Dragons Wild Fire Game Characteristics
With a 3/5 volatility rating, Dragon’s Wild Fire symbols spin on a 5X3 grid and can align on any of the twenty pay lines. These twelve symbols are: a still image of a blazing “Wild” fire—it doubles up as the substituting symbol; the head of a Chinese dragon; two medallions (one is golden and the other is silver) with Chinese markings; red A, orange K, pink Q, green J, blue 10; and two tajitu symbols (one is white-and-violet, and the other replaces yin/yang with tongues of fire).
The Dragon’s Wild Fire interface only lets the players set the bet size using the “bet” icon located between the “Paytable” and the “Gamble” icons; the “Start” icon is at the bottom right, whereas the “Autoplay” is at the bottom left.
Dragon’s Wild Fire has $0.20 minimum bet and $40.00 maximum bet for main game, with other bet sizes being $0.40, $0.60, $0.80, $1.00, $1.60, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $6.00, $8.00, $10.00, $16.00, $20.00, and $30.00. In the “Gamble” side game, the maximum bet is directly proportional to—and 500 times more than—the regular bet; examples include $100.00 maximum bet when the regular bet is $0.20 and $20,000.00 maximum bet when the main game’s bet is $40.00.
The Dragon’s Wild Fire payouts are also directly proportional to the bet size. For instance, when the regular bet is $1.00, the payouts for two matching Wilds or two dragon’s heads are $0.10. Payouts for three, four, and five matches are: Wild pay $5.00, $20.00, and $25.00; a dragon’s head pays $2.50, $10.00, and $20.00; both the golden and silver Chinese medallions pay $1.00, $5.00, and $12.50; A’s and K’s pay $0.50, $2.00, and $10.00; the orange tajitu sign pays $2.00, $7.00, and $15.00; while Q’s, J’s, and 10s have $0.20, $0.50, and $5.00. The white-and-violet tajitu sign, which cannot be substituted, triggers re-spins. There is a $1,000.00 non-progressive jackpot.
Dragon’s Wild Fire has good software and its sounds effects are all about Chinese soundtracks, wherein the dragon also roars occasionally. As aforementioned, the predominatly mythology-based graphics are interesting, especially the gigantic dragon that dives from right to left at the bottom of the interface.
Luck in Dragon’s Wild Fire
The RTP rate of Dragon’s Wild Fire is 95.00% while the house edge is 5.00%. Dragon’s Wild Fire is a game of luck because the prompter on the interface always wishes the players “Good luck!” when the symbols are spinning.