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Haypi Dragon – Review

An extraordinary combination of strategy and combat, all in one.




Category: Games

Released/Updated: August 24, 2012

Version: 1.5

Size: 76.2 MB

Developer: Haypi Co Ltd

Our Ratings

Graphics/Sound: 4/5

User Interface: 4/5

Gameplay: 4/5

Re-use/play value: 4/5

Overall Rating: 4/5

Price: Free/download

What Is It?


With a name like Haypi Dragon, it’s a bit of a giveaway that this app is about dragons but what you might not of realized is that this game also encompasses magic. When you think of magic your whole world opens up and that’s what it is like with Hapyi Dragon. Think of it as a cross between Worms and Angry Birds and you’re be somewhere near the cusp of this game.

You might find that you need a little practice to really get into this game, but once you do you’ll be well away especially with the new update. The new update includes an Offline option mode, this is a great added feature that enables you to play from wherever you are.

Is It Fun?



Oh absolutely, this is an an incredibly fun game, absolutely packed with levels and incentives to keep you motivated, Once you start playing this game you will be hard pushed to put it down.

Is It Pretty?



Yes, it is beautiful, very clear, wonderful colors, perfect.

Should You Download It?



Of course, it is free, for one thing. There are in-app purchases but you don’t have to spend out. The main game is free and it is a joy to play. If you’re into this style of game, then you will love Haypi Dragon.

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