This, like other slots belonging to this company, has a minimalist design pleasing to the eye. Its structure is 5 x 3 reels and it has been provided only with 5 paylines. Its paytable is decent enough, though I think maybe nine regular symbols are too many for a slot with so few lines that pays only for combinations made from left; some other providers opt, in these cases, for paying also combinations made from right to left to boost a little the money flow.
Free games for their part are very interesting mainly for the feature attached to them that empowers us to choose a symbol which, during such free spins, expands itself through the entire reel and also form combinations regardless of such reels are located adjacent to each other with the same symbol.
In general, it is normal to observe how they happen fairly long streaks of dead turns that are suddenly interrupted by small hits that help rather to keep our morale up than to keep our balance stable, and this is until the emerging of some round of free games; and this is when finally advantage is on our side since you could expect, that during your 10 free spins, you can achieve winnings exceeding 60x your total bet; I personally have gotten gains of up to 106x my total bet during this round. Of course, it is necessary that our level of the bet has been raised enough to recover all losses during just one of these rounds, otherwise, you will need to wait until the emergence of a new round of free games because wins during the base game are usually not the best as I mentioned before.
Personally, this game is not really to my taste, winning is highly dependent on triggering its only special feature and “Dragon's Treasure” has already shown me its slumps can be as extensive as the machine wants. Additionally, I already know other Merkur slots that fit better with my style of play.