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Jan 15, 2013 | 9:44 AM EST

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Sorry, Dragon's Call II operation contract on NG is about to end. For all the players who want to continue playing Dragon's Call II, please contact me via Skype - adamskydancer or Email - adam [at] gamedp [dot] com

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Rated 5 / 5 stars June 17, 2013

this is great !

Raymedia responds:

Thanks very much.


Rated 4 / 5 stars June 17, 2013

I think it is quite fun. My 7year old son can understand it and play while having a vast story line for him to read. Godd job. he loves to up grade and fight others ;) there should be looting to make fighting on the main area not the (arena) so people can chat and fight more amongst new friends. ;)

Raymedia responds:

Thanks for your support.


Rated 5 / 5 stars June 16, 2013

i only like da game cuz of the big juggs

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Raymedia responds:

Thanks for your support, we will keep working.


Rated 2 / 5 stars June 16, 2013

S1 don't have many people. Such boring

Raymedia responds:

You may try to enjoy the game on s3.


Rated 0 / 5 stars June 15, 2013

@darklord, it's plain old rating manipulation. Nothing new on newgrounds, it happens on gaming news sites, happens to metacritic... let us do our part in countering it by, in return, rating it as low as possible (i.e. 0 stars), which is what these "free-to-play MMO" flash games deserve for compensating their mediocrity with rigged ratings.
Incidentally, I did try it, for about 5 minutes. Do folks realize there's actual, installation-based, games for free out there? Freer than this, providing vastly better entertainment, many of which not being hardware hogs. Even just within the MMO category, you got Neverwinter, Star Wars The Old Republic, TERA Rising, all as free-to-play as this. More so, even. They take significant disk space, but can be toned down to play smoothly on lower end comps. No need to resort to mediocrities as these flash MMOs.

Raymedia responds:

Thanks for your sight, we will consider your suggestion and try to improve our service. Look forward your continue support. Thanks very much.