HOW TO PLAY BRUCE LEE DRAGON’S TALE
Unlike in the original Bruce Lee video slot, where all icons were theme-oriented, in Bruce Lee Dragon’s Tale, we have playing cards used as low-value symbols. They are done like Chinese letters, but that’s simply not our cup of tea. The name of the famous martial artist is the Wild that substitutes for all regular icons, but the Yin Yang Scatter, which triggers the Free Spins feature.
Bruce Lee with his fist is the highest-paying regular symbol, followed by Bruce Lee that holds his leg up in the air. Also, there is a Temple, Nunchucks, some Chinese signs and already mentioned playing cards.
Do not be confused by four different reel grids, because all of them spin in the same manner and all of them can deliver wins. All four of them feature five reels and three rows. There is 80 payline sin total and the 2013 release pays left to right, starting from the leftmost reel, with three of a kind being the minimum for landing payouts.
Every spin costs 40 coins, but the coin denomination can be changed, so you can bet from $0.40 to $80 per single spin. As for the command list, it is pretty standard and offers all the usual options.