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- Summary: The hit dragon collecting game returns with Dragon Story: NEW DAWN!Hatch, raise, and breed dragons of all colors on magical islands! Raise your dragons from babies to epic adults and breed them to discover rare dragons! ? 12 NEW DRAGONS! Start with Light Dragon and discover all the new white-colored hybrid dragons! Pegasus, Angel, and more!? NEW HABITAT BOOSTS increase your habitat coin capacity! ? NEW GOALS! Quest to the Dawn Tree and meet new characters!? NEW LOOK! A Second Sun has risen! Beautiful new art throughout the Dragon Isles!? COLLECT strong, mysterious, and fun dragons. Each dragon moves with a lively, and sometimes quirky, personality!? EVOLVE your dragons through 3 stages to reach EPIC form! ? BREED different colored dragons to raise new hybrid dragons! Can you DISCOVER the rare dragon for each color combination?? GROW NEW magical food for your dragons. Feed them and watch them grow and evolve!? DECORATE your islands with colorful habitats, castle towers, flowers, and more!? Sharp, stunning graphics, animations, and sounds bring your dragons to life.? Invite your Facebook or Storm8 friends to play with you. Gift GOLD and help each other raise dragons!? FREE updates will introduce new dragons, goals, and more!“It was a day like any other, until that day failed to submit to the night, until the new sun rose, washing the world in radiant white.”Which dragons are your favorite? Mighty Fire Dragons, whimsical Air Dragons, glorious Light Dragons and many more await you in Dragon Story: New Dawn!Dragon Story: New Dawn is the BEST looking FREE dragon game for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch!Please note: Dragon Story: New Dawn is an online only game. Your device must have an active internet connection to play.… Expand
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Sep 24, 201270Expansion missions are ubiquitous to the genre and so it's no surprise to see them make an appearance here: grow so many berries, buy another farm, clear out some swampland for further territorial growth etc etc. As I say, these sorts of tasks aren't exactly unique to Monster Story, but it certainly enforces the sense of deja vu.