A game for any age, Drag ‘n’ Fly can keep your young ones occupied for hours (or days), your co-workers bragging about their high scores, your elderly parents mocking your futile attempts to beat them, or just provide a few minutes of distraction while you’re waiting for the bus.
Drag ‘n’ Fly delivers the simple joy of being a dragon as you drag your way along adrenaline-pumping flights and dodge past wicked clouds.
Drag ‘n’ Fly is a remarkably challenging game that allows the player to compete against his or her friends and see who gets the highest score. Drag ‘n’ Fly’s overall gameplay is simple with easy-to-use one touch controls.
To play Drag ‘n’ Fly, one must constantly drag the friendly dragon around the screen and avoid clouds. With various clouds clogging up the paths, it definitely takes time and effort to become good at this game.
If the dragon so much as brushes by a cloud, the game is over and the player must restart. Drag ‘n’ Fly gets progressively harder and more difficult with the clouds initially being stationary, but later becoming more mobile as the player moves farther through the sky.
Appearance and Layout
Drag ‘n’ Fly is a decent, simple, aesthetically appealing game that incorporates a relaxed style and layout. The Welcome screen has very few options, namely the Play button, a Rate button, and a volume control option. Simplistic and it still gets the job done. After the player selects Play, a simple tutorial is shown that quickly shows the player how to play by dragging the dragon.
The clouds look great, although they sometimes seem to be too closely packed which makes it very difficult to drag the dragon past. Depending on the width of the player’s dragging finger, the dragon might be hard to, especially if this game is played on an Android device with a small screen (e.g. Android phone).
Overall, Drag ‘n’ Fly has a style that is reminiscent of old-school arcade games that usually involve aliens and jets. The use of a friendly-looking dragon makes this game rather unique.
Drag ‘n’ Fly is free, and that value is always unbeatable. It’s a simple game that can be a frustrating and time-consuming if played by oneself, but when enjoyed with friends and invoking some sort of friendly competition with your buddies, this game can be totally rad.
The replay factor is also decent. At only 13 MB, Drag ‘n’ Fly is an easy download and is worth the time if played in a competition with friends.
Drag ‘n’ Fly requires Android 2.3 and up. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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