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  • Summary: Join thousands of players as you rebuild lost glories in Dragons of Atlantis: Heirs of the Dragon! (Dragon web players: This game does not connect to your web kingdom - It's an all-new mobile game.) The Ancients fled Atlantis in the wake of a cataclysm. The savage Anthropus overran the Lost Continent. The Dragons are dying. It's up to you to rebuild
    ruined cities, rediscover ancient wisdom, and save the Dragons of Atlantis!

    >Rebuild the glory ofd Atlantis and recover the lost wisdom of the Ancients
    >Find Dragon eggs and raise mighty, fully interactive, 3D Dragons
    >Customize your Dragons for battle with powerful Dragon Armor
    >Follow Campaign storyline to reclaim Atlantis from the savage Anthropus
    >Forge Alliances with other players and plan strategy in real time with live
    >Alliance community features: get matched with Alliances which match your
    play style!
    >Supports Retna display for a hi-def gaming
    >Native (not stretched) support for iPhone 5, the new iPad, iPad mini

    Note: A network connection is required to play. Works with iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S,
    5, iPod touch 3rd, 4th & 5th gen, all iPads.

    Requires iOS 4.3 or later.

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    and the License Agreement.


    Dragons of Atlantis: Heirs of the Dragon is a Strategy game, developed and
    published by Kabam, which was released in 2013.

    Data and credits for this game contributed by serlkamb.
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  1. Aug 2, 2013
    Dragons of Atlantis for mobile thus marks an improvement over the first incarnation of the game, but it doesn't necessarily mark an improvement on the conventions of the city building/strategy genre as a whole.
  2. Aug 14, 2013
    Here's a game where players build things, fight other players, and raise dragons!
  3. Aug 8, 2013
    The presentation won’t wow you, the story won’t thrill you and the characterisation is paper-thin. But if you enjoy juggling your resources, plotting and organising your army, and have a slight lean towards obsessive compulsiveness, you may find that Dragons of Atlantis provides a long-term gameplay experience.