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Jun 24, 2013 | 1:53 AM EDT

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Gameplay features a side-scrolling, turn-based fighting atmosphere enriched with a visually appealing art style. With so many different kinds of events, players of all kinds are sure to find something they love. Fight alone or team up with friends and experience the captivating world of Dragon Pals, today!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars



Rated 5 / 5 stars

very good game


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This is one of the most boring games I've played in a while. Its only superlatives are okay graphics (nothing extraordinary, but just what you would expect from a browser game) and a storyline that has the potential to be interesting... or maybe it is interesting. I simply wasn't interested in checking it out, and here's why: the game doesn't let you do anything. It literally does everything for you. It plays (and wins) the battles for you, it makes your character run wherever s/he needs to go... All the player can do is click idly on the right commands so that the game can do the rest. For me, it makes for an exceptionally dull and boring gameplay. I want to be able to battle the monsters myself - choose the attacks, control my character, not just sit back and watch it auto-play. If there is a way to turn the autoplay off - I didn't find it. If it turns itself off after you reach a certain level - I don't know, because I got way too bored after reaching level 30 (!, but leveling up is really easy actually - you may need 30k experience to level up, but since you get 2k-3k for one battle, it's not a big deal. Why the inflated numbers, I have no idea).

There are also tons of things and features you can buy and/or use only by using VIP currency, bought with real life money. Despite the fact that these offers are gaudy and REALLY-hard-to-miss (they take up like 1/4 of the game screen), I might not have minded them much if the game was a tiny bit more interesting. I totally get it that the developers of online games want to earn money, there's no such thing as a totally free-to-play game and that's all right - but with this game, it seems that making players spend real life money is its ONLY purpose, the rest is an unnecessary (and unwanted) bonus. I don't know - maybe it works for some. For me, the game looks like it offers lots of ways to spend real money, and... nothing else.

So if you like games that don't require you to do anything but observe the screen and click on something every once in a while - this game is for you. But if you expect something more from a game... look elsewhere.

Giving two and a half stars because it doesn't look half bad, and because, all in all, this isn't a very bad game. If the autoplay feature was removed (or at least optional), I'd probably spend more time playing it, and maybe I'd even buy the VIP currency to enjoy more features. Unfortunately, the autoplay ruined the game for me, and made the other features (like the aggressive VIP advertisement), that I might have turned a blind eye to otherwise, stand out in a rather negative way. All things considered, I'm labelling this game "not worth my time" for now.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

While I loved the way the characters talked and interacted with each other, I didn't like how the game left me very little choices; I don't know if there's a way to disable auto-attack, for example, and if yes, I didn't find it. I prefer to fight my battles on my own rather than to let the computer do it for me.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The game has barely any instruction, and it was a lot of talking, but it's enjoyable.