Evil characters and monsters, girls do not like this, this app is made for boys. It's a very dark application and really takes away from the brilliance of the function of the app. Should have a friendly happy option for girls with happy avatars and grow something happy like a unicorn with accessories that girls want to see. My daughter likes the game play but complains about she doesn't like the monsters so she doesn't want to play. Noticed all good reviews were about their BOY loving the game. I would give 5 stars if it was friendly so she desires to play, isn't that the point?
My 3 year old DAUGHTER and 10 year old Step DAUGHTER both love this, and think the monsters are adorable. Things don't need to have rainbows and kittens and sugar to be cute, and there is nothing wrong with this game just how it is, whether it is for your girl, boy, or yourself. We find this game delightful and engaging, love the art and character choices, and think the dragons just get cuter and cuter as they "grow". The Game moves at a great pace- cementing skills before moving forward- and the "show me the solution" keeps it from getting overly frustrating. The game is re-playable, and charming.
For an old guy. It was a fun game logic ignoring the algebra part. It took me till chapter 4 to start seeing the Algebra components. I initially rated this app high but had to lower it because it ended too quickly. For the price. the gameplay should be longer. Now I'm scared to buy other Dragonbox products knowing I may get another "short" game.
My two boys DEVOURED this game and still continue to play it over and over. I just discovered that there are more Dragon Box games and they are excited to get their hands on them. Great job guys!
Good for kids, but my daughter decided to create another avatar for herself with the same name. This wiped all her progress. I tried deleting the new avatar to get her progress back, but it deleted both of them.
As a former math teacher and a current homeschool teaching dad of three children, this game is outstanding! For anyone with a solid algebra background, it's easy to see the underlying math concepts from the earliest moments in the game. For everyone else, you just learn to play the game even though you may be unaware that you are balancing an algebraic equation each time. You just need to substitute numbers and variables in for the characters and there you have it. Brilliant! My children ages 8, 9 and 11 love it.
Android x86 support
New languages (Galego, Greek, Polish, Romanian)
Android 4.4 Immersive support
Removed accidentally added permission android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE.
Solves some problems with some tablets.
Bug fixes, new translations: Japanese, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Estonian, ...