Dragons: Rise of Berk

Dragons: Rise of Berk

Dragons: Rise of Berk is not a new application but lately it has been climbing the Google Play ladder. The application carries the Dreamworks logo, which is a promise for having a quality app. Let’s find out if this is so!

Dragons: Rise of Berk is not a large application so it will be downloaded and installed in a short while. When run it will need some time to load, so a more powerful Android device is definitely recommended. Once inside the game you will be treated with really nice 3D graphics that resembles popular PC games such as Warcraft III or StarCraft II. The gameplay is nice – it basically follows a pattern where you have to complete missions that will give you benefits. You will not be alone in such missions – your dragon friend Berk will help you in them! All in all Dragons: Rise of Berk is a game that will appeal best to small children aged around 9-10 years.

Unfortunately the game has drawbacks – it needs quite some time to load and then you will have to find a way to deal with really annoying invitations to use the game by logging into Facebook or Google+. Fortunately if you press Cancel a few times these annoying invitations will go away. Finally when you exit the game or even put your Android device into standby mode the game sounds will keep on playing, which is both strange and annoying.

If you think that you will have fun with Dragons: Rise of Berk you can take a look at the game here. It is free so you will not have to pay a penny for it too.

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