Knights & Dragons


Knights & Dragons's review

by Peter Warrior

A fantasy management game

  • Free to play
  • Amount of stuff
  • Too linear, might get boring too quickly
  • Graphics are too childish

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"Towns & Lizards"

Knights and Dragons, besides the pompous title, is a management game in which you have to raise a city and build structures to defend it. At the same time, you have to strengthen your forces and heroes to attack the incoming enemy forces. This game works with the usual formula of gold coins, premium gems and time, every one interchangeable depending on how much you want to boost your progress. Graphics are quite flat, more oriented to teens rather than gamers, pointing to it being a sort of initiation game to the genre and not a candy for already players of management games.

Perhaps the best of this game is the vast amount of buildings and items to acquire, plus the chance to create new armors and stuff mixing elemental stones. Of course, you can lure your Facebook friends to earn more points and take part in online tournaments.

In conclusion, a good game to start with fantasy management games, but too linear and simple for those who have already tasted them elsewhere.

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by Peter , Appszoom

Jun 25, 2013

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