• arrow
    LOG IN 
    • Log in using an option below.
      Forgot password?
      Login with Facebook
      Sign in with Twitter

Shop Contact Us Submit Videos Who Are We? Hall Of Fame Advertising With PG Games Archive
Best games on iPhone Best games on iPad Best games on Apple Watch Best games on Android
Best free games on iPhone Best free games on iPad Best free games on Apple Watch Best free games on Android Competitions
iPhone game sales iPad game sales Apple Watch game sales Android game sales
Latest iPhone game updates Latest iPad game updates Latest Apple Watch game updates Latest Android game updates
New iPhone games New iPad games New Apple Watch games New Android games
PG.biz PG FRANCE PG GERMANY PG Game Guides PG GameHubs PG Connects
AppSpy 148 Apps Android Rundown iPhone Quality Index iPad Quality Index Android Quality Index Swipe Magazine Best App Ever Awards
Pocket Gamer on NewsNow
UK Mobile Pages Directory
Skinflint Price Comparison
iPhone  header logo

Hungry Dragon review - "It's simple, it's short, and it's full of dragons"

For: iPhone   Also on: Android, iPad

What more do you want?

Product: Hungry Dragon | Developer: Ubisoft | Publisher: Ubisoft | Format: iPhone | Players: 1 | Version: Europe
There are, in reality, very few basic shapes that a game can take. It's the mechanics added over the top of that shape, the way of getting from A to B, that sets different experiences apart from each other.

So yes, Hungry Dragon is just another game about eating as much as possible, but there are a few additions here that make the game just as engaging, if not more so, than anything else in the genre.

It's simple, it looks lovely, and there's an addictive crunch to stuffing humans down your dragon-shaped gullet that's going to keep you coming back for more.

Dragon show

The game sees you playing an adorable little dragon. Or at least it does to begin with. You're about the size of a large bird, and you can eat smaller birds, fish, spiders, and a few other bits and bobs.

You can take on humans too, but you're going to need to get a few bites in to cram them all down. The controls are perfect in their simplicity. There's a floating joystick that lets you move around, and if you tap on the left of the screen you'll boost in the direction you're facing.

Hungry Dragon iOS review screenshot - Spiders and bats

The world you're chomping through is a particularly big one, with new locations locked off until you've got larger and more powerful dragons. Getting those is a matter of levelling up your smaller creatures, then spending some gold.

Bigger dragons can eat bigger things, but as you grow you'll find ever more fearsome enemies trying to stop you from biting their faces off.

Hungry Dragon iOS review screenshot - Burning some humans

There's nothing here that you might describe as challenging, but there are some neat twists that are going to keep you interested. For starters you can take pets with you. These give you boosts and buffs, and larger dragons can take more pets with them.

You can swap costumes too, and there are challenges to work your way through. Once you've completed these, there's a cool-down timer until you get more. Or you can spend some gems to get them quicker.

Dragon me up

Everything about Hungry Dragon is really well put together. It's by no means a revolution, but then it was never trying to be one. Instead it's a game about stuffing your face, and everything here is designed to make sure you gorge yourself.

You're not going to fall in love with Hungry Dragon, but it's hard to imagine anyone getting upset while they play it. It's a really solid, entertaining mobile game, and sometimes that's all you want.
Hungry Dragon review - "It's simple, it's short, and it's full of dragons"
Reviewer photo
Harry Slater | 30 August 2018
It might not have the teeth to make it legendary, but there's plenty of fun to be had with Hungry Dragon all the same
Have Your Say