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You can skip the rival they pair you up against, at a cost-- and the cost gets higher and higher each time you skip, and then gets into currency you can't afford to spend (food, gems etc). I mean, isn't the entire point of getting and raising these dragons to eventually take them into combat?
So you're basically being penalized for not wanting to fight against rivals twice your level against whom you stand no chance? Then there's the social aspect: very deceptive of the company who made this to make the game appear so child-friendly when there's definitely inappropriate stuff going on in the chats.
Even still, remind them of the potential for predators and catfishers.
The game is fun but graphics okay but you don't get what you pay for the short you on tasks gems and coins the when you breed dragons you just keeep getting same old dragons over and over. Bad people don't bother other much cooler dragon games out therw where yoh don't have to harass your friends or spend a fortune tonkove forward in game. My 11 year old loved this game and, sadly, I found the chat feature too late.
Also, as ridiculous as this sounds, there are a few dragons who are weirdly dressed like human women in scandalous outfits (most of the dragons don't look like actual dragons).
Because in order to advance each step you need an increasing amount of currency which you can't realistically get within the time limit they give you, and it increases so much that it becomes blatantly clear they just want you to spend real money if you really want to complete it. In conclusion: this game had potential-- but it's just so deceptive that it almost feels insulting. I learned that there was a chat feature after I heard my children talking about what people were posting.
Maybe a lot of other games are like this too and this is just the norm-- but honestly, don't waste your time, and don't waste your child's time. I reviewed the chat history and it only allows me to review 35 minutes of chat history, so I have no way of verifying safety of use.
I am EXTREMELY disappointed with Dragon City and they should be a little business smarter and STICK TO WHAT THEY SAID and give away free maze coins and gems or else people like me will take they're business to another game. IF YOU WERE SMART YOU' D STICK TO YOUR PROMISES AND KEEP COSTUMERS INSTEAD OF LYING AND LOSING THEM. This game WOULD be fun if not for all the CONSUMERISM.(Apologies - for some reason spaces didn't come out in this review and it came out like a big block of text... As other reviews have stated, this game is very pay-to-win; personally I'm not a fan of this model at all.
I'd rather that a game charged me a base price off the bat and then left me alone.