Dragalia Lost 12+

Nintendo Co., Ltd.

    • 4.8 • 67.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



■ An action RPG forged by humans and dragons
Dragalia Lost is a swipe-controlled action RPG about the bonds shared between humans and dragons. Conquer your enemies using an array of powerful attacks and special skills and even by transforming into a dragon yourself!

■ A tale of heroes, legends, and allies, together
Over 60 voiced characters are ready and waiting to aid your quest!

■ Music by DAOKO
Dragalia Lost features music by the Japanese artist DAOKO.
Her captivating musical score enhances the upbeat gaming experience!

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* You must be at least 13 years old to play this game.
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What’s New

Version 2.19.0

- Implemented feature improvements.
- Implemented bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
67.4K Ratings

67.4K Ratings

Mobslayer57 ,


This is a really good game, and even though I’ve had it for about a week or two, I’ve been interested in this game for a long time. There are so many things I like about this game: the characters, the music(not as good as Sonic the Hedgehog music, but still good), the DRAGONS(yes, you turn into dragons in this game) and controls are really easy to master. I also love the Crossover Events. I know you (Nintendo) have already done crossovers with Fire Emblem, Mega Man, and Persona, but I have a few other ideas. I think a crossover with Zelda could work, with Link, Zelda, Gannondorf, and Shiek being playable characters, and things like Gannondorf’s pig form and Link’s wolf form could be dragons. I also think Mario or Sonic would be a cool crossover. And RWBY of course. I just think RWBY’s animation style would work really well this game. Think about it. I would REALLY LOVE for a crossover with Wakfu, an French anime-influenced show that was recently put on Netflix since Netflix helped RUIN the third season. Maybe I just want a crossover with Wakfu cause I love the show so much, but I really do think it could work. Same with RWBY and Zelda.
-from: HedgehogDJ (that’s my Roblox name)

P.S. Make a Dragalia Lost anime. Just LOOK at the animation for when it’s downloading! I can really see that, or the 3D animations, as a TV show.
Anyway, HedgehogDJ is OUT! PEACE!!

Nightshade145 ,

Review from a day 1 player

I don’t think there will ever be another gacha that will be held as near and dear to my heart as Dragalia Lost is. I’ve tried so many different gachas from the extremely popular ones to the not so popular ones and none of them seem to be able to hold my attention for more than a week. Most of them have amazing presentation and music and are technically sound, but the gameplay is what always kills it for me. I am a fan of turn-based combat but I feel like the market for gachas is too saturated with it. Thats the main reason why Dragalia Lost caught my attention. It is an ARPG gacha with a beautiful story and cast of characters, interesting bosses and mechanics, plenty of content dropping often, and honestly the best combat system ive ever played in any gacha or mobile game in general. Yes, you can pay money to get more characters and dragons that you want but the game never felt pay to win because you still have to have the skill to take on those tough bosses. I believe that is where the game truly shined. So sad to see it go, but I hope this is a wake up call for other gachas that great action gameplay is still highly desired just like turn-based combat is. I really hope to see Dragalia make a return in some shape or form because I can’t bear to say goodbye to this amazing game for good.

Kayo Moon ,

Very Early Review

I’ve only played two chapters but wow! This game is pretty amazing! I’ve played a fair share of these types of rpg games but this one is very well made. The music is really catchy and fun. I love the unique walking screen at the main menu. The graphics are really good and the story is decent. I’m not much of a fan of the “cliche” fantasy plot in these games, but it does have some interesting element to it with the mysterious girl probably being the sister from the future. I have seen similar parallels to fire emblem heroes in which you must summon heroes and level them up. So far the plot reminds me of fire emblem awakening a bit so that’s a good thing. The gameplay feels very refreshing to me and I love moving my character smoothly across the screen with his friends following him behind. This game is super big so make sure that you got enough space to download. I didn’t realize that after you download the game you have to download all the chapters as well. So far the only real complaint I have about the game is the kinda “cliche plot” but that’s really more of a nitpick since I expect that type of plot in these types of games. I’ll probably write a better review later on when I’ve played the game more. It’s really cool that these two company’s collabed together. This is quite amazing and clean so far. Great job guys!

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