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Offline Game Of Dragon City For Pc


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Offline Game Of Dragon City For Pc


One of the best parts of Dragon City is the number of achievements you can earn. The goal of the game is to create a magical world, capture hundreds of dragons, and train them to be a great master. As a player, you start at the bottom of the trainer world, starting with just a small piece of land and a single dragon egg. In the end, you'll build up your city and gather resources, and become the next Khaleesi.


Dragon City is one of the most popular games in both of Facebook and mobile platforms. In Dragon City your raise dragons and build a city on a floating island. Gold is the in-game currency that allows to buy food for your dragons and level them up. Gems are the premium in-game currency that can be used to instantly purchase dragons, speed up breeding, and other processes. Gems can be purchased with real money or earned by competing various tasks. This wikiHow teaches you how to earn free gems in Dragon City.


Parents need to know that Dragon City is a game where users raise dragons: You feed them, breed them, build them habitats, and fight them against other dragons. You can also connect through Game Center, Facebook, or Google Play to visit your friends' dragon cities to give or sell resources. Completing activities can earn you in-app currency to buy things, and there also are abundant in-app purchases that allow you to level up even faster. Users can also share personal information with a wide variety of companies to earn "free" gems by signing up for surveys or downloading apps. The developers state that the game is intended for users over the age of 14 and that users under 18 will need parental permission, so even though this looks like a game for younger kids, its access to social media and emphasis on consumerism (without parent gates) makes it for teens. Read the app's privacy policy to find out about the types of information collected and shared, though this policy doesn't cover anything you share with third parties via in-app links.


DRAGON CITY is a simulation game where you raise cartoon dragons. First, you pick a habitat, and then you hatch, feed, and raise a dragon to adulthood. Once it's an adult, your dragon can fight or breed with other adults to create new baby dragons for your city. Breeding happens with floating hearts, and battling involves tapping buttons to choose moves, but the dragons don't actually touch each other -- they just incur damage points until they disappear. As you complete tasks, you earn experience points and in-app currency, each of which unlocks abilities or enables you to buy things. In-app purchases abound: You can speed up your leveling-up by using real money, and you can spend on anything from cool accessories for your dragon to increased powers in battle. To avoid spending real money, you can "earn" free gems by signing up for special offers, surveys, or other apps. Also, you can choose to visit the dragon cities that your contacts have created, where you can tap their dragons and habitats to add experience points and in-app currency to their coffers.


Like SimCity BuildIt meets Farmville with a little battle game baked in, this build-and-accumulate model will attract little kids but isn't meant for them. The dragons are cute, and it's rewarding to be able to earn experience points for so many things, from feeding your dragon for the first time to clearing brush. That being said, this screen is really busy: It seems like there are a lot of possibilities for what you can do with your dragons, but there's a reasonably steep learning curve involved to understand how it all works. Also, even though the dragons are cute and potentially appealing to younger kids, this is definitely a game meant for older users. There's no iffy content, exactly, but the social features let you automatically connect with other users in a way that might make some parents (and some kids) uncomfortable. Also, it's too easy to make purchases or share personal inform




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