RuPaul's Drag Race: Dragopolis
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Customizable avatar
- Extremely boring gameplay
- App crashes upon importing photos
Dodge drag trash obstacles and get fabulous in RuPaul themed runner
Rather than "good" or "bad," I'm going to categorize So Much Drama Studios RuPaul's Drag Race: Dragopolis as very solidly "otherwise." How else can I rain down judgement on an app based on customized drag queen avatars running amok in a supposed battle against the accursed Queen Apocalypstyk?
If you're considering downloading Dragopolis, chances are you're not seeking thrilling gameplay or an engaging storyline. You're looking for attitude, and girl, you have found it. Play as a cartoon drag queen hightailing it down a seemingly endless highway littered with obstacles. Each object bears an arrow; swipe in the right direction to dodge it and you'll receive constant accolades from a disembodied RuPaul.
Use the coins you gain from running and dodging to deck yourself to the nines in the workshop (... werkshop?). Glitter and glam are available for purchase here, as well as an extensive array of oversize wigs (duh). Your character's face in particular is highly customizable - select from loads of cartoon options, or snap a photo and import your own gorgeous visage into the game.
The gameplay here is repetitive, unimaginative, and frankly boring. The app reliably crashes every time I try to use my own face in my avatar (although my lovely features do show up when I restart the app). But neither of these things is the fantabulous point.
So Much Drama Studios RuPaul's Drag Race: Dragopolis is absolutely worth a couple silly giggles; the app is pretty much precisely what you think it ought to be.
* It Takes Balls: Experience the exciting arcade-style play of RuPaul’s Drag Race: Dragopolis 2.0, filled with wild physics, crazy action, and a variety of boosts that take the game to its glamorous extreme.
* Dragtacular: Strive to hit a variety of rhinestones and bars, set spinners, and earn boosts to increase the size, speed, and strength of your balls to earn maximum points, and collect outfits, wigs, and accessories to dress up the queens.
* Lavish Queens: Engage your favorite RuPaul Drag Race queen -- Alaska, Jinkx Monsoon, Jujubee, Ongina, Shangela, Sharon Needles, and Raven.
* Fashion the House Down: Play through fashion challenge levels inspired by the show, such as Red Carpet Realness, Futuristic Drag, Executive Realness, Drag Ball, Country Queens, Rocker Chicks, and Comic Book Queens.
* The Look is EVERYTHING: Collect specialized rhinestones to style each queen with wigs, outfits, and accessories to create a customized look.
* Give it a Boost, Honey: Manage and buy useful boosts in the Dragporium to improve your scores.
* Must-have App for America’s Next Drag Superstar: Collect the shiny rhinestones and bars to earn points and in-game rewards.
Squirrelfriend: Play with your friends and share high scores online through Facebook and Twitter.
* Always a Classic: You can still race through the streets of Dragopolis with your girls Manila Luzon, Pandora Boxx, and Yara Sofia in Classic Mode.
Welcome to Dragopolis 2.0, henny! A brand new game with seven fierce queens!
Now with 2.1, play three new modes: The Shade, Mirror, and Hard Ball. Play through all of the levels with some brand new rules. That's 180 new ways to play, gurl! Also includes updates to Dragopolis Classic for better fun with Yara, Manila, and Pandora.
In 2.1.2, Apocalypstyk has decided to go a little easier on you for her levels.
Unoriginal, buggy, clunky and not really any fun.
I asked for an update and BOOM. An awesome update with the three new modes. Switched phones to a zte prelude 2. Force closes a lot. Patch update please? Wanna continue to play this game!
I love this game
Such a good app! The company is the best part. Great customer service! It has been a long time since I have had had customer service that good! Thanks guys!
Really had high hopes for camp fun. It could have been a fun game. It was just really boring and basic. Nothing special about it, whatsoever.
I really like this game but I hate the way it "encourages" you to buy powerups by making it feel like you could complete a stage with just One More Ball... and that feeling stays with you the next 10 times you try to complete it. In addition, I don't think the shooter goes in a straight line and I'm not willing to commit the money to find out. A bug I found: level 53, you dont get to see Ongina's