Dragon Flight for Kakao is a fun and addictive little flyer game that will keep you glued to your iOS device for hours. In today’s world it seems games are becoming more and more complicated: you basically need a degree in gaming to figure some of them out! Dragon Flight for Kakoa bucks the trend. You’ll be playing this little gem in an instant, but don’t think this means it’s easy to beat. Game play may be easy but it’s still a challenge to complete each level. It’s available free for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Probably the only thing I didn’t like about this game was getting started. What’s the problem? The instructions appear to be completely in Japanese (or it could be Chinese, I wouldn’t know the difference)! That’s only a minor hiccup though, since I figured out through trial and error how to get things going...I just pushed buttons until I figured out the right combination! If your language skills are better than mine perhaps this won’t be quite as frustrating for you. Once I figured out how to access the actual game play I really did enjoy it. Dragon Flight for Kakao comes in at 46.1 MB, so it won’t take up much room on your device.
If you’ve ever played the classic game 1942, you’ll get the hang of this game in no time. The graphic are fun and simple. You ride a dragon through Kakao’s world fighting off other enemy dragons. Even your enemies look cute and cuddly in this one, but don’t be fooled, they’re not! If you’ve played any Japanese video games in the past this one will have a familiar feel to you.
There really isn’t much to figure out here. Gameplay is really simple. You ride your dragon continuously moving forward, and as you scroll through each level you swipe side to side to avoid obstacles. You don’t have to do anything to fire your weapons as weapons fire is automatic, or I guess I should say your dragon breathes fires automatically!
There’s a constant stream of enemy dragons in your way. The objective is to destroy the dragons, and collect the coins they drop when they’re destroyed. Some are harder to kill than others. To make thing a little more interesting fireballs are thrown at you from time to time. It can be difficult to get out of their way. If you can survive all these obstacles, at the end of each level you’ll come up against a big boss. This guy is extremely hard to kill, and he has companions that get in your way as well. It really is fun and fast paced. Dragon Flight for Kakao may be easy to play, but it’s difficult to master.
Opening screen is in Japanese and not English, so it takes a little trial and error to figure things out
This a fun little flyer game that will keep you occupied. It’s highly addictive, and worth the download. If you’re tired of complicated games that you never seem to quite get the hang of, you’ll find Dragon Flight for Kakao very refreshing.
Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.