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Video Review: Triple Action Dragons from Ainsworth

6 March 2020

Check out our review and game play from the Triple Action Dragons slot machine. This is a classic three-reel slot game with five paylines from Ainsworth and, of course, dragons.

The Triple Action Dragons slot has bet ranges from just .05 all the way up to 50 coins. The game is highly volatile which could add up to some big wins quickly. And in the event that you nail a full screen of stacked wilds your win could add up to 1,000x your bet.

Triple Dragons delivers straightforward gameplay that can delight seasoned and newbie slot players alike. With just five paylines, one bonus feature, and no scatter symbols, this slot doesn’t take much to understand – which makes it perfect for new players looking for high-risk slots. Its traditional design and layout should also appeal to the veterans who love a throwback on the reels.

Loving the bigger payouts of Triple Dragons, and want even more? We recommend you check out another popular title from Pragmatic Play: Peking Luck. Like Triple Dragons, Peking Luck brings an Asian theme to the reels, this time focusing on Chinese opera.

There are plenty of ways to win while playing this high-variance slot. Any combinations with a wild symbol will multiply all wins by 2x. Its bonus round can be as long as 38 free spins, with up to an 18x multiplier. Unlike Triple Dragons, the bonus round is not triggered often. But if you’re willing to take the risk, you might be looking at wins of up to 180,000x your bet.

Despite its simplicity, what Triple Dragons delivers is pure adrenaline. This is because the bonus round is triggered often and can lead to medium-to-big payouts. Due to its high volatility, you might experience some lengthy dry spells. If you prefer taking lower risks, opt for a medium-to-low- or low-variance slot instead.

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