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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 0.5 / 5 stars

This is a game that doesn't even let me PLAY it, all it lets me do is click from place to place. It gives me NO control at all over battle, which kind of defeats the purpose of a game in which fighting is a key element. The game basically plays itself, if i wanted a game that played itself i'd just download one of those idle rpg's on my phone. The game does seem to have potential, but its just not living up to it. The music and graphics are nice, and the game runs smoothly even on my old, battered computer, but I just cannot play a game that will not let me actually PLAY it.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

This is a pay to win crap feast that plays itself. If you have a lot of money and would like to WASTE it on a boring/horrible game then this is the game for you. But if you don't have much money or have half a brain then you are going to lose to the person who spends the most money.

Everything you can buy is overpriced and gives a huge boost to your stats (pay to win). That and the game itself isn't fun. you click things, it fights for you, you gain exp and useless things then repeat the same thing over and over again.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

Newgrounds needs to step up its game with mmos. since website like armor games has well over 20 mmos.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This game has amazing graphics, amazing game-play, and is overall amazing (besides the kind of boring battles). But, I have one problem. I used a card that let me accept a 5-Star Bounty Quest, but I do not have any V.I.P. So, it won't let me even complete the Bounty Quest, and I cannot do any more Bounty Quests. What do I do?


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Oh! My God!

Basic stuff I'm seeing right off the bat:
-The art is byootiful and animations are good. The dragon you get at the beginning is cute af and the backgrounds are very pleasant.
-HUD is well laid out and avoids the intolerable clutter that many MMOs throw at you.
-The music in the introductory part of the game wasn't exceptional, but I'm loving the music in the commons area.
-Not sure why I wasn't getting sound until the first battle encounter after the intro cutscene. I don't think that's a user-end issue. Probably wanna look into that.
-Cat... emoticons...? In a... dragon game?
-A little tutorial battle would be nice. Obviously most people with half a brain are going to know how an RPG works, but seriously- just throwing me into a fast-paced battle with zero explanation as to what's going on, turns racing by with little distinction, that's just bad form. Sorry.
-Please get someone who's a little more talented with language to do the dialogue. It's not that there are any technical errors, but holy @$*# this game's command of the English language is brutish and not fitting of the environment. Half the fun of an RPG is creative writing. In fact it's usually the only thing setting a lot of RPGs apart. Also, player character gender distinction is important. My dragon referred to my female character as "he." Don't do that.
-This game seems to want to be innovative by combining existing techniques. You really, really have to choose whether this is a real time or turn-based combat system (ties back to my complaint about no battle explanations). The area selection is ripped from every mobile game ever and breaks the immersion you had built up with that intro and walking around the cool camp with the princess. I get why you combine old stuff in an attempt to make new stuff. People do it all the time. It just didn't work this time. This would be good for when you want something with a low time commitment, but I wouldn't pay a penny.

I'm probably being pretty nitpicky for a low-budget Chinese MMORPG but honestly these feel like pretty urgent things that should be cleaned up if you're a company expecting to turn a profit on this. Shrug.

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