Summary: From my daughter's feedback, she really enjoys this game. I got her this game after she had read a lot of the dragonaolgy books (which she loves) sothe fat that she can now become part of it is great.
Not Thursday Next But The Thursday After, amazon.co.uk
5 August 2012
Summary: Dragonology is quite a simple game. The two main aspects of the game consist of going on dragonological missions around the world and restoring the health of a dragon at base camp. Both aspects of the game involve mini games. I found the world-wide mission mini-games a little repetitive after a while; there are only so many times you can clear bugs from a leaf with a stylus without becoming irritated by the lack of insect repellant.
Summary: I had no idea this game existed until about a week ago. Even as a child I've loved dragons and that has continued well into my teens, so a game about the great dragonology book series seem just to good to pass up. From the cover it looks alright, for the younger kids perhaps but that didn't stop me playing it.
Summary: LOVE,LOVE,LOVED IT.WISH THEY WOULD BRING OUT DRAGONOLOGY 2. ACTUALLY BOUGHT THIS FOR MY DAUGHTER BUT ENDED UP PLAYING IT MYSELF. I AM NOT WHAT YOU WOULD CALL A NINTENDO GAMER.I AM VERY HARD TO PLEASE WITH GAMES ,SO I END UP WITH NOT MUCH CATCHING MY ENTHUSIASM. THIS HOWEVER HAD ME HOOKED .COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN. I ADORED MY OWN PET DRAGON WHOM I CALLED MAGNUS AS I FELT SPARKY WAS A BIT UGH.
Summary: Dragonology provides hours of fun and has lots of little quests to go on, the more you do the harder they become. Some young children may find it challenging but generally a great little game. The training with your dragon can become somewhat difficult near the end especially on the feeding and flying ( tip: fly straight through, up or down, the clouds) and this may prove to be hard for some and some wont bother.