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Dragon, Fly!

By Karen Wirsing, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Tiny Wings clone uses rhythm, physics to captivate.

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Is It Any Good?

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DRAGON, FLY! is a captivating game that will quickly hypnotize its player. Part of the addiction to this game lies in the simplicity of playing it -- like Tiny Wings or Angry Birds, passing each realm consists of touching and releasing the screen at precise, accurate moments. Realms are made up of different colored hills and backdrops that change daily. Some days the hills are filled with flowers, and other days pumpkins or mushrooms will magically appear. The game offers players a relaxing calmness when rhythmically soaring through the sky with ease, but quickly gains intensity when Mum catches up to bring baby back to the nest. Players will definitely want to try, try again.

App Details

  • Device: Android
  • Subjects: Science : momentum, motion
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning : decision-making, investigation, prediction
  • Release date: September 22, 2011
  • Category: Arcade Games
  • Publisher: Four Pixels
  • Version: 2.3
  • Minimum software requirements: Android 1.6 and up
  • Last updated: August 22, 2016

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