Dragon’s Law Rapid Fever

Konami Gaming

Konami has taken the popular Dragon’s Law video slot an enhanced it with its Strike Zone feature and multiple progressive jackpots in this giant version, on the large-format Concerto Opus cabinet.

The Opus cabinet, with its 65-inch flat-screen LCD, provides a proper canvas for the familiar dragon character, which sits on top of a colorful prize wheel containing bonus credits, multipliers and four levels of progressive jackpot.

The base five-reel, 40-line Dragon’s Law game retains the most popular feature of the original—randomly, extra wild symbols will appear on the reel array directly after a spin. In this version, the wilds are active if they land within the player’s “Strike Zone,” a portion of the reels where random extra rewards appear.

The player’s Strike Zone grows as the wager grows. Randomly, wilds, multipliers or credit awards will pop up on the screen. At max bet, they usually fall inside the player’s Strike Zone. If they fall outside the Strike Zone, they don’t count—which is an incentive for higher average bets.

The Strike Zone and the Dragon’s Law feature are active during the free spin round as well. Three, four or five ball symbols trigger eight, 12 or 20 free spins, respectively.

The top two progressives are won randomly, either as a mystery award or a mystery bonus event in which the dragon spins the prize wheel. The top progressive jackpot resets at $5,000.

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming
Platform: KP3+
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Max Bet: 800
Top Award: Progressive; $5,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-15%

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