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No astrid
The game is really fun and we like it a lot. We were disappointed that when we bought the deadly nadder addition, there was NO ASTRID flying stormfly! Why? Please add her, my girl would love it!
Keyleylou on Jul 15, 2012 for DreamWorks Dragons
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Good, could be great
Fun game, cute design. Graphics, however, are too cartoonish for today's age and time and could be improved. Also, it would be nice if the whole soundtrack is available and changes in each level, or plays continuously. Listening to the same tune level after level becomes really annoying.
Gandalf5011 on Jul 15, 2012 for DreamWorks Dragons
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A great game!
First, don't listen to the bad stuff 'cuz this is IMHO a really great game. I am playing on an iPhone 4s with almost no drive space (or whatever you call it on an iPhone) and I have had no troubles at all with the game. The graphics are both stunning and fun and the gameplay innovative, or at least I have yet to play a game set up like this one is. Then too after showing you how to play it, the game became challenging enough to keep my attention as well as keep me playing it so that I didn't write a review when I got it for free and then forgot to write one after playing for awhile. That in itself is a pretty fair testament as to how good a game it is but I believe this to be a game that I would purchase were it not free which it is so what are you waiting for?
SmylnJack on Jul 15, 2012 for DreamWorks Dragons
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A great game- well worth the price for the experience you get out of it. If you're a fan of HTTYR, this app is a must. You'll feel like you're back in Berk. Here's a breakdown, if you want it: -good attention to detail: Norse wood-carving motifs in all menu/results/option screens; multiple funny (yet tragic) ways for sheep to die, all with different sounds and animations; the start button (a dragon wood carving) breathes fire -quality, performed, ORIGINAL music based on motifs from the movie (from John Powell himself, 14 megabytes of it). Just listen to the violin solo in the main menu... -seamless connection to Game Center, with 28 possible achievements (685 points) It hasn't crashed on me yet, and I don't think it ever will. Everything is well polished and professional. I love it.
Tyrecke on Jul 15, 2012 for DreamWorks Dragons
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I love it!
I truly enjoyed How To Train Your Dragon, one of my absolute favorite movies. I'm happy this game is free for a bit. I've just started playing but I like the gameplay, graphics are wonderful and it brings me back to the great times in the movies. Five stars. c:
Wolf woof woof on Jul 14, 2012 for DreamWorks Dragons
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theBackground. on Jul 14, 2012 for DreamWorks Dragons
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