Summary: A fun multiplayer-centric title that puts you in controls of a gold-hoarding dragon. Burning your way through towns, farms, and castles in order to build up your treasure and ransom princesses can be a blast.
Summary: this is crap. collecting gold with a dragon which is of no use after you complete a level. you cannot use that gold for your upgrades or equipments or power ups or anything. you can upgrade your dragon only within the level and also it resets after you complete the level.
Summary: Everyone wants to play a dragon right? How about a dragon that turns like a knackered 1976 Ford Escort with a marshmallow steering wheel? Yeah, it's not what I imagined either. Also the game does not feel strategic, it feels like its governed by luck rather than skill.
Summary: This is kind of a reverse tower-defense game. The board becomes stronger as you race to strengthen your powers. It's fun to play the fire-breathing dragon, killing knights and giants. This game can be really frustrating at times, but only because it's so addictive.
Summary: Got the game for $2.86 in a Steam sale, and I am enjoying it. The game doesn't seem to have a lasting hold over me, but at 10 minutes a pop it's pretty entertaining. Simple controls, essentially a twin stick shooter where you play as a dragon trying to grab loot.
Summary: this game can easily keep you occupied for a nice amount of time. it has a fun and simple level up system that keeps the game moving forward. being a dragon, fighting knights, and kidnapping princesses could not be more fun.
Summary: Fun little game. I've found this game to be a great little time waster, if I have an extra ten or twenty minutes, but not the hours it takes to get involved with some games, I will start this game, eat a few knights, ransom a few princesses, collect tons of loot and generally be happy.
Summary: The idea is great. The game itself is mediocre at best. The gameplay is way too fast and hectic for my taste, and a single game is rarely more than 5 minutes of playing. The fast gameplay doesn't sit well with keyboard control and I'll highly recommend a D-pad type controller.