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Dragonstone: Kingdoms

(651)
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Price
Free
Category
Games & Role Playing & Strategy
Last Update
May 31, 2018
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Number of reviews,
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651

Avg rating,
total

⭐4.3

Description

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Will you send your heroes on new quests or raise armies to march against your friends or will you lead your Guild to ultimate victory over the millions of other players online? In the world of DRAGONSTONE your options are endless!<br><br>Explore a HUGE world map with countless adventures to go on, treasures to discover and heroes to collect!<br><br>Features<br><br>√ a MASSIVE Open-World for you to discover and conquer.<br><br>√ GUILDS that you can create or join with easy-to-use discovery tools.<br><br>√ rule over your KINGDOM and decide how you want to build your city.<br><br>√ LEGENDARY Heroes that you can collect and send on quests and missions.<br><br>√ COLLECTIBLE creatures and other loot for you to find and TRADE with other players.<br><br>Choose your adventure today and play DRAGONSTONE: KINGDOMS!

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mcham27
May 05, 2018

After almost 6 months, and making it 124 days before one of “special buys” actually seemed worth it, I almost completely regret not giving up on the game months ago. On the plus side, my $5 didn’t entire go to Ember Entertainment, but back in January (around 80-90 days in) I considered quitting and I decided to hang around and enjoy what I could. While other realms may be “better” than where I was, the game definitely caters towards rewarding those willing to spend, and spend, and spend. While you can remain free to play, you are looking at upwards of 350,000 gems (earned at up to 100 per event every 6 hours) simply to purchase the items required for structural building upgrades, and a single “level 24 building upgrade” that is awarded once per ‘month’ based on sequential logins would also severely limit the ability for a free to play customer being able to max out their structures, if they managed to get the other required gems, first. If you don’t mind being borderline abused, or are looking to be [not so] micro transactioned, with $5-$100 (non-‘starter’) options available, for (hopefully?) months to come- it definitely could be the game for you. For me, I’d much rather would have not invested upwards of 800 hours for the relative lack of enjoyment I got out of it for “most” of my time I spent in the game.

ustacp
Sep 21, 2018

This started out as a fun and good game. It was slowly went down the hill this year. Ember has stopped updating the game, they stopped sending event messages for the weekend (so we don’t know what events are going on), they have a ton of bugs that they have acknowledged but said won’t be fixed, they crash the game during war events (then hours later it comes back online just to find that you’ve been attacked and zeroed because you could not get online to shield due to their game crash), they ignore your support messages to them (outright closes the support case without a response), and the list goes on. The regions are also completely dead. They changed how you grow and made it money based instead of putting in the work. They screwed over the free players drastically when doing so. The free players were once able to compete in the PvP portion of the game with spenders as spenders had to work at ranking up. They just couldn’t buy their way. Now they can buy their way into whatever they want, this crushing the free players and anyone else. Now unless you are dropping hundreds of dollars a week, you are nothing. You can’t even compete without spending money now. It’s sad especially when it used to be a mixed of free and money game play. Now it’s just money based.

Hollyest
Sep 22, 2018

Ember is the worst game developer in the industry. The reason i give at least 2 stars is that i love the game & the people who play, it is a family atmosphere with lots of joking & conversation. The problem is the horrid treatment we receive from “support”. I send constant requests for maintenance- most of which go unanswered, or i get conflicting responses (none of which worked). The game crashes at critical moments causing people to lose everything- there is minimal compensation provided & there have been no updates or new content since spring (seriously we still have to look at the “spring ahead package”). Most of us have decided to boycott future spending until Ember does something to restore the losses of people due to their server crashing, perform regular maintenance & provide new content to show us that there is some sort of investment in the future of this game. Sadly, that is not likely to happen.

shaygp2010
Jun 28, 2018

This game is a horrible ratchet despicable disrespectful demeaning and degrading game It started off fun and cool but now it’s a pay $500 weekly to win type of game and the added bonus is cyber bullying I have never experienced a game where the customer service ignore you and REFUSED to do anything You can complain and show them screenshots and they still do nothing You have people in the game use racist words and the cyber bullying is on the lines of being criminal They will threaten you and use words like I will end you and kill your self And the developer and customer service reps ALLOW this to continue on in the game THEY DO NOTHING This game is rated for children 9+ and up This is a lie I would NEVER allow any child to play this game I’d never let a child be subjected and experience to such horrendous behaviors and cyber bullying It should be rated for MUTUAL ADULTS AND TRUST ME ITS ONLY A FEW MUTUAL ADULTS THAT ACT LIKE THEY HAVE COMMON SENSE THAT PLAY THIS GAME The developers and customer service team just lie to you and mislead you DO NOT PLAY! This game needs to remove and banned from the App Store and Google play! ASAP!

Aaron cs
Mar 01, 2018

Things I have noticed about the game. First if you spend money on the game you are automatically a high priority target by a group of "guilds" who are there to harass you. They make sure you can not change realms past a certain base level. They make sure you are kicked from any guilds that the leaders are apart of the brotherhood of cyber bullies who call it a waring game and that's what you're suppose to do. The events are rigged for competitive players to spend money which all they have to do is put an A.I. To control event winnings. Over all this game is designed for competitive players who have money and like winning. There are multiple guilds that are in on controlling the events winnings. When I first started playing no one had more then 1 million might. So I payed some money to boost my base and noticed that other guilds might went up exponentially in comparison with mine. So I highly recommend you do not spend any money and play with only friends you know.

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About Dragonstone: Kingdoms

Developed by Ember Entertainment.

Dragonstone: Kingdoms is ranking in   Games & Role Playing & Strategy

Last update was at May 31, 2018and the current version is 1.6.0.

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Dragonstone: Kingdoms have a 651a user reviews.

Dragonstone: Kingdoms was released in the App Store. It is developed by Ember Entertainment, who have also released the following apps.

Dragonstone: Kingdoms has 651 user reviews.​

Dragonstone: Kingdoms has an average rating of 4.3. ​The latest version of Dragonstone: Kingdoms 1.6.0​ ​​was ​released on May 31, 2018​.

You can download Dragonstone: Kingdoms ​here

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