Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has upgraded one of its popular titles Floating Dragon with the release of Floating Dragon Megaways Hold & Spin.
This new version makes use of the popular Megaways mechanic and is played across six reels with up to 236,196 winning ways available. Familiar symbols will be returning including butterflies, peacocks and ships that are joined by a wild which substitutes all other symbols except the free spin awarding scatters and coins.
There are also three rows above the game board which move independently from the main game and can be locked or unlocked randomly each spin. The topmost row contains wilds with the two subsequent containing additional base game symbols allowing for wins to be more easily created.
Landing three or more scatters awards the free spins round which adds a collection symbol to the reels. When landed, this collects all instances of an instant cash prize and is added to an incrementally increasing meter with every four collection symbols unlocking 10 spins and an additional game multiplier.
Similarly, landing three or more coins triggers the Hold and Spin round with three respins being awarded in which to collect additional coins and big win awarding diamonds. Each coin landed resets the three spins allowing for additional opportunities to win.
The launch of Floating Dragon Megaways Hold & Spin follows hit games like Wild Hop & Drop, Crown of Fire and Book of Golden Sands, which reside amongst a collection of over 250 titles in Pragmatic Play’s award-winning games portfolio.
Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Augmenting one of our most popular titles of 2021 and adding Megaways, locking and unlocking reels and two bonus rounds has positioned Floating Dragon Megaways Hold & Spin to be as adored as highly as the original release.
“The title not only offers new exciting features but is influenced heavily by its predecessor creating a title that will appeal to both new and existing fans of the franchise.”