If your favourite fantasy adventure film is Lord of the Rings and your favourite fantasy adventure TV show is Game of Thrones, then you’re going to absolutely love Double Dragons.
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So then, the long-awaited Lord of the Rings / Game of Thrones crossover has finally arrived, and it’s arrived in the shape of a Yggdrasil gaming slot game.
And why is it a LOTR / GOT crossover, I hear you ask? Well, simply because the symbols all look like multi-coloured versions of Sauron’s eye, there are dragons, and the pattern around the reel is very middle-age-y. LOTR / GOT-esque.
It’s very hard not to think of both when you’re playing it, especially if you’re an absolute LOTR / GOT nerd like myself, and the graphics and animations do indeed do them both justice, especially the dragons which look super cool when they escape from their home.
The symbols are great, because they all look like Sauron’s Eye with a purple one, an orange one, a blue and a green one all featuring, plus spades, clubs, diamonds and hearts.
The best symbol to hit is the purple eye which pays out 125/1 should you hit a five in a row.
There is a bonus round on Double Dragons, but it takes an age to get to because you need hit nine blue or red dragons. And they come about so infrequently. However, wilds do appear very often, and every time you hit a line you do get a free spin. You can see just how it works in the video at the top of the page.
You can’t bet on different lines, but you can bet between 20p and £1000 per spin. The house edge is a decent 4%.
There is an autoplay feature which comes with a number of autostop options.
Yep, cracking game this one. Not only are the visuals super beautiful and crisp, but the animations that accompany it are magnificent too and something you’d expect to see in a Hollywood film rather than a slot game.
And for those of you who love your middle-age-y type, fantasy adventure films, well then this is the game that’s made for you.
You’ve got a decent house edge, a good bonus round, the chance to win very big, very often, and then on top of that you have dragons and Sauron’s Eye floating around the place. Can’t get much better than that! Lovely stuff.
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Author: Tom M.
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