School of Dragons

School of Dragons

It is really hard to describe School of Dragons and there are many reasons why. In a few words there’s just too much to say about this app. We’ll start first by saying that School of Dragons is a free game for Android that you can find on Google Play. It follows the dragon story of Dreamworks but unlike similar apps on Google Play this one allows you to train one and later use it in various situations.

The thing about this game is that it is huge. It needs a lot of power although at first it does not seem to be anything like that. School of Dragons is simply an ambitious project and after you install this application you will have to create an account in order to play (although there’s a way to play it without an account but this has its downsides too) and more. The real fun starts after that – when you start the game it will download numerous files from the Internet too, which slows it down considerably. In fact the developers need 1.3 GB of RAM and 4 GB of storage on your Android device for School of Dragons to run with no problems so if you have a less capable device you will likely encounter some issues. In fact the second you run the game you will get a message that you need to free at least 1 GB of space on your device. This is how heavy on the hardware this game is.

Fortunately these requirements pay off and you will get to experience a complete game with numerous quests, tasks and more. You can teach your dragon to fly, shoot fireballs, make friends, learn various skills and more. This is exactly what makes School of Dragons a nice game because it is up to you to decide what you want to do. Graphics and sound are very nice too – although the graphics seems cartoonish it is very beautiful and there’s a lot behind it. We can say the same about sound – it will immerse you in the game for even better experience.

School of Dragons is a nice game, given you have the hardware to play it. If you do, just go ahead and give it a chance. But before doing this you can take a look at the game first here on Google Play.

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