Dragon's Lair FREE - SD

Dragon's Lair FREE - SD

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

  • Instant nostalgia
  • It doesn't include Dragon's Lair II - Time Warp
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Expert's Review

"Have a dime to play, dude?"

Reviewed by / Nov 26, 2013

The beloved classic lands on Android

This is the demo SD version of Dragon's Lair. It only includes a few stages. It's optimized for low end devices. For your convenience, our original review on Dragon's Lair can be read below.

There was a time...well, there was a time when things were quite different, you know?
Perhaps some of you still believe that Laser Disc are like dragons, that means, that people who talk about it are prone to fantasizing or live under the delusion of the existence of a future-retro-steam-punk era called the 80s.

In fact, I'd like you to meet Dragon's Lair, this is Dragon's Lair. Oh, you already knew each other. Then, it'd be better I leave you on your own.

Digital Leisure has brought Dragon's Lair as it was 25 years ago. There are a couple or three more short scenes, but it's the same game with the same hilarious deaths, macabre foes (toad warlock and dragon included) and the same daring knight rescuing the same lovely blonde princess called Daphne. Yes, as if it had come to us brought in a Delorean, but without Time Warp (pardon pun)

It requires only Android 1.6 or higher and a little bit of patience as a consequence of the initial downloading.
As always, wifi recommended.

Although Dragon's Lair artwork is worth of being exposed in MOMA, its gameplay may seem rusty and clumsy. This is because it indeed is. So many years are actually too many years when we talk about video games. However, it can make extremely happy anyone...well, at least to anyone who still believes in Laser Discs and dragons...

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Developer's original description available here
Download this FREE demo and see what Dragon's Lair has to offer. This SD version is perfect for phones or devices with low internal memory or resolution. See our FREE HD version for tablets and higher resolution phones.

Now you can experience the best in retro gaming on-the-go with Dragon’s Lair on your Android device! Both the phone and tablet editions included for one low price!

Immerse yourself in the visually stunning world of hand-drawn animation adapted from the original smash hit arcade classic. Transferred from the original high definition master film, you’ll experience this fully arcade authentic experience right in the palm of your hand.

Simply press on the direction pad to guide our hero Dirk The Daring in the correct direction. Use your sword to take on all that the Evil Wizard Mordroc throws your way.

This version of Don Bluth's Dragon’s Lair is fully compatible with Android 1.6 through to the current release. In fact we’ve included full compatibility for phones and tablets! We’ve even remastered the footage for a variety of screen resolutions so all devices can experience Dragon’s Lair in all its glory.


Dragon's Lair is XPERIA PLAY Optimized.

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  • (59)

    by Steve Narro on 07/03/2014

    Great blast from the past, just wish it worked. Neither the hd or sd version worked. Game starts and goes to the 1st scene, then the screen goes black. Using a note 2

  • (59)

    by Mitch Rude on 07/03/2014

    Do Not Download!

  • (59)

    by Jim Jones on 01/03/2014

    I spent a lot hours when I was a little kid when this was new in the arcades it was known as the game that saved the arcade industry

  • (59)

    by Carl Barker on 26/02/2014

    Screen goes black at the start of the game.

  • (59)

    by Joe Rhoades on 24/02/2014

    Found that if I tap on the screen, it'll stay on a little longer

  • (59)

    by Kirk Goodman on 17/02/2014

    The games still the same, fun, frustrating, & now free..no more quaters. The only thing I don't like is there's no save point after ur final death. Works great on a tablet, I don't know about a phone.

  • (59)

    by David Spaulding on 10/02/2014

    Tried to play both hd and sd version screen went black. Glad they had demo to try first. Fix this problem and you have a winner.