Dragons represent flying terror to some and magical friends to others. Meet both good and bad dragons in the following apps.Apple apps DragonVale (Free)* — DragonVale is a peaceful game in which the player raises dragons, builds dragon habitats and sends his or her dragons to compete in races. (Mobilewalla score: 99/100) Puzzle & Dragons (Free)* — While American app gamers are addicted to Candy Crush Saga, the Japanese are addicted to this app and its match-three and role-playing-game elements. (Score: 99/100) Reign of Dragons (Free)* — The fantasy world of Reign of Dragons is a setting for an RPG battle game with tournaments in which you compete against other players for glory. (Score: 99/100) Knights & Dragons (Free)* — This action-RPG is based in a fantasy world where groups of knights unite to fight dangerous flying foes. (Score: 98/100) School of Dragons: How to Train Your Dragon (Free)* — Dragon training is the focus of this game; raise and train a dragon, and go on adventures with it. (Score: 90/100)Android apps Dragon City (Free)* — Your goal in Dragon City is to become a Dragon Master: one who breeds dragons and trains them to battle and beat the dragons of other players. (Mobilewalla score: 99/100) Dragon Slayer (Free)* — Dragon Slayer is a game of dragon hunting using your skills and magic to explore the land and find enormous dragons to slay. (Score: 99/100) Dragon, Fly! Free (Free)* — In Dragon, Fly! a baby dragon slides down hillsides trying to get enough momentum to become airborne. The game has simple controls, but it’s tough to master. (Score: 99/100) Dragons: Rise of Berk (Free)* — In this game, you build your own town and defend it from outside threats with dragons that you raise and breed. There are 18 dragon types to choose from. (Score: 95/100) Cats vs Dragons (Free) — Cute kittens become dangerous foes when they must fight to rescue their princess from an evil dragon lord. (Score: 90/100) *Available on Apple and Android.
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