The game itself isn't exciting looking at all, with very low quality graphics, and a colour scheme that looks like it was never finished in the first place. Maybe the original designer left suddenly and no one finished off the design. Except for the few main icons, all the other symbols are lacking in colour, but never mind, it's a very old game anyway. The Knight is the Wild symbol, appearing only on reels 2, 3 and 4, and getting 5 of him pays nothing! Argh! Yep, another one of Microgaming's infamous true blue Wild symbol. It only substitutes for other symbols except for the Scatter symbol. Nothing else. The Green Dragon is the Scatter symbol, 5 of them paying 100x the total bet. The Girl pays 5000x, the Castle pays 500x, the Shield pays 250x, the Glass pays 250x too, and the lower symbols pay from 200x to 100x, all as per line bet for 5 of each kind. An average paytable because the Wilds don't have any win values and the Scatters don't pay that much either.
Getting 3 or more Scatter symbols award the Dragon's Loot Feature game, whereby you pick one chest out of the 5 to win your free spins and multiplier. No indication has been given as to how many free spins or how high the multiplier would be, but I've found it out myself through the games that I have played. The free spins are from 10 up to 40, the multipliers from 2x up to 8x. Can you get 40 free spins with the 8x multiplier? Hmm, I cannot answer that. What I had managed to get so far was 40 free spins with a 2x multiplier, which wasn't surprising at all. Out of that 40 spins, only 12 or 13 spins would pay something. All other spins would be blanks! For 10 spins, you'd be lucky to get 4 or 5 spins that pays! The Free Spins game may look good, but the payouts are only average. My best score was only 54x my bet size, coming from that 40 free spins with a 2x multiplier. I once got 10 free spins with the 8x multiplier, but that game paid me just over 40x my bet size. Hmm, not much excitement at all for getting the 8x multiplier. The 40 free spins didn't excite either.