Hungry Dragon 12+

Offline dragons flying game


    • 4.8 • 69.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Unleash fiery fury from above in Hungry Dragon, a fun and frantic flying action game where everything and everyone is on the menu!
Control ferocious dragons and fly, burn and eat your way through a medieval world packed with legends, monsters and deliciously unsuspecting prey!

***This game is only compatible with devices running on iOS 9.1 or above***

• Collect ferocious flying fire-breathing Dragons, each unique in their own way
• Unlock crazy Costumes to fly faster, burn bigger, and eat more
• Equip exotic Pets and weird creatures to boost your power
• Level up and train by feasting on townsfolk, monsters and other delicious prey

• Fly through, explore and destroy a world of villages, forests, hills, and Goblin City!
• Smash through obstacles to access hidden areas in the world
• Feed on more for a higher score – Hungry Dragons are never satisfied!

• Go on a grilling spree in a huge free-roaming world in epic 3D
• Activate Fire Rush and release an inferno incinerating all in your path!
• Roast a medieval feast of monsters, soldiers, trolls, witches, and much more

• Evolve and train Legendary Dragons - strange hybrid monsters and dinosaurs
• Unlock epic special powers – the more you train, the crazier the power!
• Become a legend by competing in Legendary Leagues to defeat friends and foes!

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What’s New

Version 4.4.2

Awoken by Goblins delving too deep in the volcanic mines, Ashbeak the phoenix has arisen from the ashes!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
69.3K Ratings

69.3K Ratings

Hunterman328 ,

Tremendously Fun Game

I usually don’t even pay attention to any of these free to play games and rarely do I play them, but something about Hungry Dragon caught my eye. I figured I’d download the game, try it out, then probably delete it and go back to something else.
That was several days ago and so needless to say I was wrong and I’m hooked on Hungry Dragon.
This game reminds me of the old school games of my youth. Games from the Atari 2600, NES, or Sega Genesis days when the games couldn’t be these 100 hour long, huge adventures, but instead focused on simple yet exciting and fun gameplay. Games where it wasn’t about “beating” the game or getting to the end of the story, but ones where you would just replay the same things over and over, not just because you were trying to do better, but because playing it was just plain fun.
Those old games are what Hungry Dragon reminds me off, with the added benefit of gorgeous graphics that, while the gameplay has an old school feel, gives the game the look and polish of the AAA titles of today.
I highly recommend anyone curious about Hungry Dragon, or anyone who is just looking for something fun to play, to give it a try. I wouldn’t be surprised if you’re quickly hooked on the game, just like I am.

TheGameConnoisseur ,

Off to a great start!

The deep sea crunch fest takes to the skies in a brand new saga! The dragons are quirky and each has its own personality and style, much like the sharks! Many of our favorite elements still exist, but with a new twists. Pets are no longer purchased, but obtained though the collection of eggs. Many quests begin with temporary issue dragons putting all competitors on a level field possessing the same abilities, making competitions a game of skill and strategy rather then in app purchase ability. World wide cooperative events give players quest to work together to accomplish rewarding all participants. The game is addictive and fun to play, however, it does leave me wanting more. Granted this game is in the early release stages of development, but what immediately caught my attention was the graphics quality. I must say, it is a several steps behind Its predecessor. The overall quality is VERY grainy. I am playing on an IPad Air, and as such do not expect console level graphics, but I find myself feeling deprived that the game could not match the very smooth graphical quality of Hungry Sharks. I hope later updates will restore those graphics. There exists only one playable map at this time, while large and expansive, a change of scenery would be much appreciated. All being said, this game has much potential, and I hope the updates continue to aid it in achieving such!

Voovle pie ,

Could totally be perfect, good start

I totally love the concept of this game, and can understand its potential, but since it’s young, I have criticisms that are probably upgrades already in mind if the team, but I digress. Handling is different, which it’s probably supposed to be since you don’t want people who have mastered hungry shark coming to this game and instantly pulling the same scores as the other game. I have also noticed a harder survivability for younger dragons that’s not necessarily a part of the other game, also good since there’s less playable dragons at this time. I’m not totally a fan of time gated achievements since they’ve never been a thing before, but I’m not totally opposed to the concept. The additions of costumes was spot on. Completely different looks for the dragon with their own stat bonuses, keeps it nice and clean. The only grievances I would say I have is that the sensitivity is way weird. Scrolling and even trying to move as a dragon isn’t always reliable. Most of the time I’ll get where I’d like to be going but the dragon will stop moving altogether or not move at all. Also a larger number of teeny tiny prey items would be ideal as well. Interface wise, it seems a little clunky and flashy. But that’s just an opinion. Overall I’m really liking what it’s brought to the table being so young and can’t wait to see how this game grows!

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