Floating Dragon by Pragmatic Play

If you’ve been following Pragmatic Play’s partner studio Reel Kingdom’s Hold & Spin range, then Floating Dragon Hold & Spin will come as something of a surprise. Instead of tweaking the usual fruit slot format, they’ve made a clean break and switched to a different theme altogether. Players who prefer the traditional look of their previous Hold & Spin games might feel disappointed by the shift, but Reel Kingdom has picked a safe alternative, so the changes aren’t radical. Nor are the features, which now include a Fishin’ Frenzy style free spins round to go with all that holding and spinning.

The beautiful princess collects all fish money symbols during the Free Spins Feature, while the gold coins land prizes of up to 20x the bet in Floating Dragon Hold and Spin™, the 3×5 videoslot with 10 paylines. The Diamond Money Symbol outshines all others with prizes of up to 5000x the bet available in the Hold & Spins round. Scoop up all fish money symbols in the Free Spins feature with the princess’ help, and get ready for those big wins to hit!

RTP & Volatility: 96.71%


Reel Kingdom has given Floating Dragon Hold & Spin quite a light, open feel. They’ve achieved this by setting the transparent 5-reel, 10-payline game grid in a clear blue sky above orange-lit clouds rather than the Macau-type casino location where these games can often be found. A touch of traditionalism is provided by the plinking soundtrack, which players into the Asian theme should be satisfied with. In many ways, Floating Dragon Hold & Spin is one of the more inviting slots to come from Reel Kingdom; at least, there are no warning bells after the first impression, which is a good sign.

Available on any device, Floating Dragon Hold & Spin offers a wide range of bets to cater for just about every gambler’s taste. Stakes start from 10 p/c for the lower rollers up to £/€250 per spin for those with deeper pockets. One plus point is a rather generous default RTP configuration, the game possessing a theoretical return value of 96.71%. At the same time, medium-high (4/5) volatility means dead spin lulls were common during testing, but the two main features triggered often enough to negate downtimes.

Winning in the main game means landing matching symbols left to right from the leftmost reel. At least 3 are required for the 10 to A royals, fish, kites, butterflies, and bird symbols, while the ship needs just 2 or more to payout. Values are quite high, where a five-of-a-kind premium symbol win pays out a prize worth 20 to 200 times your stake.

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