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iOS – DragonVale – Updated

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DragonVale developed by Backflip Studios has become a huge success since its launch in September 2011. It’s had four updates up till now, but this fifth one is huge.

Among other features it brings three new islands allowing you to expand your dragon park empire. It’s now possible to own seven islands in total.

You can read more about the new features below. If you haven’t already downloaded this app, you can do so here. It is free but there are in-app purchases for specific items.

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FIVE NEW PLAYER LEVELS
Level up in 2012! Our most advanced players reached level 25 in 2011, which was previously the highest level. There are five new player levels now, so you can work your way up to 30.

TEN NEW DRAGON LEVELS
With the shinny new Gold Shrines, you can increase your dragons’ level from 10 to 20. That’s a 100% increase in dragon level awesomeness for 2012.

TEN MORE HABITATS
The dragon living quarters were getting a little cramped towards the end of 2011. In 2012, you can add ten more habitats to your park for a maximum of 28.

THREE MORE FARMS
Your dragons’ New Years resolutions don’t include weight loss. Feed them more dragon snacks with the help of three more farms. You can now have up to eleven farms total.

SIX GEMS FOR FRIENDS
Get yourself one of the new Gem Trees for 2012, which let you gift not just 3, but 6 gems to friends each and every day.

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