Raise your own baby dragons into their Epic adulthood
One of the most beautiful idle games you can get for Android or IOS, Adventure Quest Dragons has you starting off with a single dragon egg, and by the end of it, having your own Dragon Army.
The variety and quality of designs on display are amazing, and somehow manages to both break the traditional fantasy trappings, and also stick to traditional ground you are already familiar with. You have your standard Fire dragon, Ice dragon and such, but you also see many more you may not have even thought of. Such as Tyrath the Smoke dragon, Rivensylth the Fairy dragon, Terrorbyte the Clockwork dragon (my personal favorite) and Krumblor the……Cookie dragon…
Those are just some of the dragons available that I chose to show how varied and unexpected the designs get in this train your dragon game. Not to mention that every dragon is just dripping with personality (sometimes literally) and crafted with such love and attention to detail. And the puns, oh lord in a jar, how Artix Entertainment love their puns.
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Let’s start with a BANG!
To kick off our inaugural post, let’s begin with a very competent, long lasting, addictive mobile game.
Mobile games have such huge potential to satisfy that base building creative urge all us Brainiacs feel. You can take them anywhere, immediately start playing, and have the play sessions fit around any activity you’re doing. You only have to load the app and play for a few seconds to collect your resources and you’ve accomplished enough for the next few hours.
But they also need to be able to hold up for extended play sessions. This is where the pedigree of Boom Beach’s developer, Supercell really comes into it. Creators of another little app you may have heard of, Clash of Clans, Boom Beach is up to the task of keeping you occupied for a good 20-30 minute play session.
Being one of the more popular apps on the app store also means there’s no shortage of strategy guides, clone apps, and bootleg lego minifigs. Bringing with it a large and active playerbase.
But how’s the base building?
The core gameplay revolves around building up a small military base on your own little tropical island. Taking place in an archipelago, you discover the Black Guard are invading neighboring islands and enslaving the inhabitants for…….well, because they’re evil I suppose. Continue reading →