This game for its part has a clear and colorful theme decorated with characteristic elements of the Far East as pandas, fans, lotus blossoms and dragons, among others, and adding to that some fairly traditional sound effects to give the Oriental ambiance.
Control panel and menu are endowed with just basics, even I have not found a button to activate auto spin, which is a very useful option in slots as this characterized by lack of bonus rounds and similar features that require a player’s decision; and all this makes me think that Nektan is a company that basically cares about making their slots just sufficiently attractive and functional, unlike other companies that are a bit more concerned to stand out from the others.
Icons on this video slot may appear stacked, and since this is a slot provided only with 15 paylines, it is normal to see how they elapse more dead spins than we usually see in slots with 20 or more paylines; however, wild symbols also typically appear stacked and prices on the paytable are pretty decent, so we can say that Nektan has been concerned to establish some level of balance in relation to flow of money in this game.
What most caught my attention in this game is the number of spins that are awarded once it has been triggered the feature; 30 is a very good number of free games, and in my first session I even could re-trigger the feature a couple of times for a total of 90 free spins during a single round, and here happened something else that caused me a bit of intrigue, I would say I missed about 75 of my 90 laps, which made me think seriously that hit average of this game it gets low during free spins; even so, my total winnings almost reached 100x my total bet; a sum not so bad for a round of free spins, but we must take into account that they were 90 spins.
Ultimately, I think Nektan does the job of creating a slot that gives players the opportunity to try their luck under pretty fair parameters, although I think there are details in this game that could be improved in an attempt to make this slot differs from others; practically everything is so generic on it and right now I'm not sure whether in a couple of weeks I can identify or perhaps remember its name. Even so, I think “Dragon Dynasty” is a game that deserves a chance.