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Dragon Keeper

By T-bone, LLC

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The kingdom is cursed! The evil witch interrupted your wedding and turned your beloved Princess into a stone. The castle became a prison for all of those who dare to come to your wedding. Moreover the witch banished you from the kingdom... forever! You know there is only one place where you can seek for the help. Deep, very deep in the mountain where the dragons dwell. Maybe they can help you find a way how to defeat the evil witch.

- buy dragon eggs
- breed, feed and take care of your baby dragons
- defend against greedy heroes
- forge magic jewels
- 4 caves to explore
- 15 dragons and other creatures to take care of
- customize your caves
- earn various achievements

"Dragon Keeper is a game that’s high on cuteness factor and fun gameplay!" -Gamepudding-

"Dragon Keeper succeeds in being a smart, amusing game that can be enjoyed by folks from 8 to 80."

"Honestly, gameplay is so brisk and enjoyable that the addiction factor is high, and you will likely get sucked in."

What's New in Version 1.1.0

Bug fix - in some cases player can not pass tutorial


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Customer Reviews

Fun but not what I expected

This is a fun game, along the lines of Magic Farm except instead of growing flowers you raise dragons. The description is a little deceptive in that you really don't breed dragons, but you do unlock different color ones as you go through the game. Also I found one annoying bug. After playing a few days, I submitted a quest while on the edit screen. This messed up the tuturial which wanted me to go into the shop. I finally figured that part out, but then all my food disapeared and I didn't have enough money to buy more. I had start over because all my dragons starved.
Still, if they iron out the few bugs, it is a fun game, with a lot of cute and fun characters in it. Could be longer, but not bad.

Fun but short

This game is similar to the fish frenzy game by popcap. It's very addicting but I thought it was very short. I finished the game in about 3 hours and by finish I mean completed all four caves fast enough to get expert then went back to finish all the acheivements. Afterwards, I was trying to figure out what to do and realized there was nothing left to do. There is no freeplay mode or anything.

Very fun game though, visually appealing, great mechanics, but minus 1 star for shortness of length, no real replay value, or free play mode.

The goodness vs the badness

It should definentally be longer. no doubt about it this game is so much money but too short. It is good that you can replay it and add a lot of other names, but i think there should be more levels and more kinds of dragons. Although i was complaining about the shortness of this game i do think that it is really good and addicting. You should get it, but just know what your buying first.

Dragon Keeper
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  • $4.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.1.0
  • Size: 60.0 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later

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