Dragon Keeper 2
I'm a Dragon Keeper Fan
I bought after the trial. Would've bought earlier, but got totally immersed into caring for the little baby dragons, so that should tell you something. I own the prequel and really did enjoy that. They are both very similar, nearly identical, but the story line in Dragon Keeper 2 is more defined and it also seems to be longer. Something that really disappointed me about the first Dragon Keeper was that it's not very long.
They are both challenging in the way that the dragon mother sets challenges in exchange for gold coins, updates or pieces of the map you need to find the prince who got frognapped by the evil witch. To meet these challenges in expert time does require thinking of a strategy. They are both really cute games with totally cute little dragons that make really cute noises when they grow or get hungry. The games are great for both kids and adults who like a quirky and cute time management game, but unlike in the usual TM's in which you run about in a frenzy to achieve the goals on time in the dragon keepers you won't have this problem. If you don't make it in expert time it doesn't really matter the game will go on the only thing is that you didn't meet the dragon mother's challenge in expert time. I'd compare it more with Fairy Godmother Tycoon than a usual TM and wish they'd make more games like FGT and Dragon Keeper.
April 8, 2012
Best Game Since Magic Farm 2!
Just like the first Dragon Keeper game but they fixed the issues, such as longer game play and better graphics. The game is harder than the first one and ideal for older children/adults. A brilliant game all round - much enjoyed!
April 13, 2012
Dragon Keeper 2
I played Dragon Keeper before and Dragon Keeper 2 is just as fun. It is the cute and hilarious charactor makes it more enjoyment to play. I found this challenging to decide how to manage the entire dragons and fights.
April 10, 2012
A great sequel in the Dragon Seekers series! Awesome time management game.
In this sequel to the first Dragon Seekers, you play the part of the princess trying to gain magical items to find your true love. You must go back to the dragons and in return for their help, you have to raise and defend their babies. It's a fun game, and will keep you busy as you try to win the dragon's challenges within expert time. The story was well done, the graphics and sound excellent. All in all, an excellent game.
April 9, 2012
Fun fun fun.
I played this and stopped to buy it but first went and bought the first version to play. Finished that and then played this. It does get a little long though but still a refreshing change from all the HOGs.
April 22, 2012
Far more fun than it initially seems
Being a time management junkie I admit I'm not always too hard to please. Especially after so many lame TM games. This one is fun, easy to catch onto, challenging but not overly so, and amusing. It is similar to other TM games, does have a lot of clicking, but keeps you engaged.
If you have difficulty w/ heavy clicking games this may not be for you. Though even with moderate difficulty w/ clicking I still found this very doable.
Great replay value as well and far longer than other games mentioned in previous reviews as being similar to. In fact I'm thinking I'll play it again now!
April 17, 2012
I have no clue what this game is about- but I love it!
As my review title says- I still have no clue what this game is about but I cannot stop playing it. In fact, I find myself saying that every time I go to play it!
The game is pretty standard- if you play the demo, you will see that the rest of the game is the same. exactly the same. Some might find this boring.
The object is to raise dragons, expand your dragon area (I have no clue what to call it) and collect gems to make object from.
Each area has their own dragons, but they are actually the same- the third dragon on each area has two heads... Each dragon grows up and drops gems based on their age. The sound it makes is very cute.
Each area has helpers/workers. They are the same helpers for each area. Once you unlock one, they will be unlocked for each area after that. The backgrounds change somewhat. The little guys change somewhat. They are also very cute.
Actually, the whole game is cute! I would not say it is extremely challenging, but it is extremely fun. At some point there will be so much chaos on your screen you have no idea what is going on. But chaos can be fun right?
I listened to the story (between each area and at the beginning of the game- assuming the end too- have not gotten there yet) each time. The narrator makes it worthwhile. The story line makes it not! But there is a skip. It sort of works.
I wish there was slightly more help for what the goal was- build 6 bracelets. Well it turns out not just any bracelet. But other times the goal will be any 6 bracelets. I wish they were clearer. Maybe it was and I just got click happy...
You either get a star or do not get a star. I wish it was like other games were you get bronze (for completing), silver (for completing within a time), and gold (for completing in record time). This just has complete- you get a star | not complete- you do not get a star. Sadly I did not get many stars.
I do not believe I gave away any story line as I have no idea what this story is about- but the game is fun and cute and a nice way to kill time.
April 25, 2012
I loved the first and I love this one too.
April 18, 2012
Cute and Quirky
This is a really fun, cute game; suitable for kids as well as adults.
I bought the first DK game last year and enjoyed it but felt it was too short. DK2 makes up for that. DK2 also provides more of a challenge to reach expert; where DK rated expert per area for a set number of days, DK2 gives you 2 or 3 days per little quest to reach expert.
And of course the dragons are cute. I love this game and happily recommend it.
April 30, 2012
Even better than the first "dragon keepers".
April 8, 2012