Dragon Sisters slot review

By Push Gaming

Dragon Sisters Slot

Dragon Sisters Basic info

Game provider Push Gaming

Release Date 5/2017

RTP 96.73%

Game Technology HTML5

Popularity Medium

Min bet $0.25

Max bet $100

Max Win bet x 125800

Gamble Feature Bonus symbols, Sticky wilds, Stacked wilds, Random wilds, Re-spins

Layout 10x3

Devices Support all devices

Configurable Winlines No

Volatility High

Progressive Jackpot No

You really don’t want to mess with any sword-wielding, dragon-training sisters unless they are part of a high-variance slot game that can pay up to 1,258x your bet. That game is, of course, the gem in the rough called Dragon Sisters and comes from Push Gaming. This company is notable for releasing several games with big win-triggering ability and by all looks, the game at hand is one of those.

I liked the title and decided to check out what it’s about. The first obvious thing about the game is the two different reel sets. Both have a layout of 3×5 and can pay across 25 ways to win, which makes Dragon Sisters appealing from the start.

The set of features that can give the base game a good jolt is all about the dragons. One breathes fire, the other ice and they seem to belong exclusively to its respective reel set and probably to either one of the opposing factions in this dragon-herding kingdom.

I found the bonus feature to be a potential starting point for a multi-phased string of events that can wrang the random number generator of big and epic wins. You can feel that the high variance shows throughout the gameplay, building up for a moment in the life of the dragons making Dragon Sisters a well-rounded gaming experience.

Theme and Graphics

Just a number of spins in makes it obvious that you can derive a story of an epic battle between the two sisters and their dragons. The symbols help trace out the objects that are at play in the story and the graphics engine helps to bring the best of the design features.

Needless to say, I like the graphic design throughout. The symbols are well-drawn examples of swords, spears, dragon shields, royal crowns and two pretty protagonists. The background is there too – a towering castle perched on precipitous crags, all of it pretty drawn and creating depth.

The sound design is quite refreshing also. I like it that it is not a repeating theme but layers of sounds that are interrupted by a thundering sound effect in case of a winning outcome or by a wild guitar solo if your hand is graced by a big or epic win.


  • The first element that can help to improve or create your winning outcomes is the wild. This is a symbol that can act on its own and that is also part of the Red vs Blue Dragon fight. As per the usual, the wild can substitute for any of the standard paying symbols, except for the dragons.

    This is one of the three top-paying symbols also, so those players who can get the symbol to post in full stacks on two or more adjacent reels will also be likely to get a big win.

  • But for the above to work out, you need either the red or the blue dragon to post anywhere on the reel set. Both symbols can inflict a different reel modifier concerning the wild symbol. When a red dragon lands on the bottom reel, the reel set gets one full stack of wilds on a random reel, plus a respin.
  • A blue dragon can land on either of the two reel sets and cast a random number of wilds. Following both the red and the blue dragon’s performance, you get a respin that can invite more dragons for the wild attack.
  • The event that made apparent the potential of Dragon Sisters was getting multiple events with the dragons from each respin. That one setting exchanged dragons on the respins four times. Sadly, the red dragon appeared only one time, so I couldn’t see the benefit of full wild stacks. But I saw enough that made me appreciate Push Gaming’s concept for the game, which makes the game stand apart.

Bets and Payouts

The paytable looks sensible to me, but I don’t think it’s fairly generous. To an extent it is, but only regarding the three top-paying symbols – the Dragon Sisters and the Wild. Three, four or five of the same kind on a payline can pay 2x, 5x and 15x in that order and strangely enough, I got to see an impressive frequency of full stacks of the sisters’ symbols.

The remaining high-paying symbols (the royal crown and items from the arsenal) can trigger winning outcomes between 0.6x and 5x your bet. Not too good, not too terrible. And lastly, the five strange puffs that appear to be some kind of a Scooby snack for dragons, can pay between 0.08x and 1x your bet. Worth pointing out that symbol combinations of three and four of the same kind pay extremely low amounts.

So, that takes me to my conclusion regarding the payouts in Dragon Sisters. This is a high variance game and it can also pay a good maximum, but the math model was keen on unnerving me thanks to a good share of low strikes.


Despite some of the details above, we can’t overlook the fact that the bonus feature is just awesome and that symbols can appear in stacks and the battle between the dragons can amount to fun times and good payout potential. I enjoyed the game thoroughly and I was able to land a number of good wins. I didn’t ‘beat’ the house, but it paid well to see the dragons battle it out.

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda

Slot Games Analyst

Leticia Miranda is a former gambling reporter who knows everything about slot games and is happy to share her knowledge. She has covered a broad swath of topics and trends on gambling and is always full of new ideas and energy. Leticia also has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and is passionate about writing.