War Dragons

War Dragons

By Pocket Gems, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-04-16
  • Current Version: 5.04.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 170.08 MB
  • Developer: Pocket Gems, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 46,426 Ratings


War Dragons is a visually stunning 3D real-time strategy game that puts you in control of the ultimate dragon army. Join a guild, help your teammates launch attacks, and hold off enemy raids in true real-time fashion. BREED LEGENDARY DRAGONS War Dragons has more than one hundred unique dragons possessing different attack styles, spell abilities, and classes. Breed your dragons to create an even more powerful army. See if you can unlock the furious behemoth Khrysos and dominate the battlefield! COMBINE FORCES WITH FRIENDS Start or join a guild to combine forces with other dragon lords. With true synchronous multiplayer, you can chat with teammates in real time and coordinate attack and defense strategies against other guilds. BUILD IMPENETRABLE FORTRESSES Strategize and build your island fortress with the optimal combination of lightning, ballista, and archer towers to best protect your base against enemy attack. ASCEND TO THE THRONE Participate in a wide variety of weekly events with the chance to win rewards, such as rare dragon eggs and treasure hunts, for you and your guild. Claw your way up the leaderboards to assert yourself as one of the world’s top dragon lords. CONQUER THE WORLD Claim surrounding territory by forging alliances with other Dragon Lords, riding your dragons into battle, and obliterating the enemy. Should you and your teammates succeed in conquering the world, prepare to reap the spoils of war and bask in eternal glory. EXPLORE THE CHAOTIC BEAUTY OF WAR DRAGONS The game was built on the Mantis Engine, a proprietary 3D game engine, featuring state-of-the-art graphics and cinematics. Experience mobile games like never before with the ability to visually explore all facets of its stunning world. PRAISE FOR WAR DRAGONS “The 3D graphics are spectacular for a mobile device, and this makes War Dragons stand out as the best-looking game of the bunch.” -GamesBeat “War Dragons from Pocket Gems gives us a taste of what it’d be like to unleash giant flying lizards on whatever poor ground-bound schmucks are fated to scurry under their shadows.” -Gamezebo “There's a combat section where your dragon will be flying through an enemy' encampments, and you deal damage to everything as you fly by. You'll also be building your own bases, forming guilds to help work with other players, and just trying to be the biggest, baddest, dragon-taming emperor of them all.” -Touch Arcade Please note that War Dragons is free to play, but you are able to purchase game items with real money. If you don’t want to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases. Your use of this application is governed by the Terms of Service available at http://pocketgems.com/terms. Collection and use of your data are subject to the Privacy Policy available at http://pocketgems.com/privacy.



  • Amazing

    By Pilot1094coe
    War dragons is unique because lots of games start off fun but after a day or 2 it’s boring. War dragons keeps you going with events, constant fighting, atlas, and many more this game keeps you pumped.
  • Game Sigils

    By PeteHoovey
    If you expect to be rewarded with game Sigils to get a better dragon or rider this is not the game for you . If you work hard and do well in events you will get rewarded with speed ups but very few Sigils for upgrading your dragons or riders . The game developers will require you to spend more money then most players can afford to do this . The game is fun but very frustrating with this requirement to advance in the game . I gave scored well over a million event points for a thousands Sigils which will basically get you nothing towards a dragon or a rider , this is not right and the developers of this game need to correct this.
  • Worth it

    By squid pro quo
    The best game I own by far
  • Honest review! Good and bad

    By Sunny Perspective
    So...don’t play this... It is incredibly fun. And from the beginning it has great points of social inclusions and captures people’s fascination with dragon lore, role play and imagery. But again, I suggestion to skip it!! As you become immersed you need to attain and strengthen new dragons, both for your own enjoyment as well as team mechanics. You gain dragons by trading sigils attained from team events or spending rubies. PG sells rubies as in-game currency. I spent well over $300 worth of rubies to still fall short of being able to attain a dragon’s full potential...and this was a 1/2 off dragon. To get a GOOD dragon, it’d cost well over a $1000 coupled with 13 weeks of aggressive team participation. This is exploitation of building a social outlet and milking it to the point of encouraging excessive spending(This is the new hot item for spending addiction therapy FYI) A note to PG, greedy ‘get the money quick’ has cost you far more than building a solid system to propel you into a true cash-cow phase of profitability. Think of billions, not millions!!
  • Lack of improvements and creativity. Tired of the GRIND.

    By dolphin742
    I’ve been playing this game for two years. It’s definitely addictive, especially in the beginning. After awhile though, you begin to notice all the ways this game tries to drain every penny from you. If you don’t have an elite account, it takes forever to breed new dragons, level up dragons etc etc. There’s a huge grind element to the game on a daily basis to be able to continue to obtain better dragons. Game play basically consists of attacking bases with various layouts. After awhile, every base becomes the same and there’s nothing interesting about it. I guess the one positive is there is a big community and your team can really help you advance. Chatting is a big feature of the game for sure. But I think overall, the biggest disappointment is the lack of change in the game. Game content updates are almost solely seasonal dragons/riders, but nothing else changes. And once a season is over with, you can never breed or level up those dragons again. The graphics remain the same, there’s hardly ever any new features introduced into the game (other than Atlas which is beyond confusing, and in essence a whole different game within itself) there’s so much room for improvement in this game, but all it will ever be is more dragons to obtain and occasionally a new tower to build. And don’t get me started on the lack of organization With Runes and glyphs. I think overall I’m just disappointed that this game doesn’t really continue to evolve or improve much, despite the ton of money that they’re making from players. Why not give players a chance to preview dragons before we spend all of our seasonal tokens on them? How’s about re-releasing past seasonal dragons? Change the way we view hitting bases. So many improvements needed.

    By xstrikexkingx
    This game has held my attention for four years.
  • Annoying

    By ;$)4.!$7;
    Trying to breed dragons is annoying. For example, you pay for the breeding and it will show you 4 eggs. Two you already have, and two you don’t. Instead of giving you one of the eggs you don’t have it’ll give you the other and tell you to do research on it. Why would I wanna do research?? I just want to breed a dragon. At least give me back the coins I paid for this egg I can’t even use.
  • Obsessed😍😍😍

    By Luna the lightfury
    Love it
  • Kinda annoyed

    By MeowTheKitKat
    Overall, it's a fun game. But I think that it's kinda dumb that you need to actually buy stuff with actual money to evolve some dragons. I don't like to spend money on games, so I'll only have a level 6 Ember for the rest of the time that I use this app. I hope they will change the game so that there is a way ro EARN pearls and evolution gems.
  • Ember

    By xo.reckless
    Love the game and the seasons been playing for a while bought ember and think he should be stronger than the way he is now and should have an extra evolution or something didn’t really get my money’s worth on that dragon for the price.