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Wii-Game Review: Dragonology Good for Youngsters

Dragonology Good for Youngsters Dragonology Good for Youngsters

In Dragonology for the Nintendo DS, you are a dragon researcher collecting samples and evidence that will help you learn more about the nature of Dragons. The gameplay begins with you searching exotic locations to gain information about different species of dragons.

When you find different signs of a dragon, from footprints to feces, different mini-games are involved in gaining more information about whatever specimen you’ve acquired. Some of these are better than others, but for the most part they are pretty fun, if not especially challenging.

Once you’ve completed those mini-games, you’ve got to use your new found knowledge to track the dragon, and thereby being another mini-game, which might be sneaking up close to a dragon, or simply taking its photo. There is a time limit each time, which adds a little pressure and forces you to focus on the task at hand.

Overall, this game is targeted to a younger audience, but is a nice example of a simple, kid-appropriate game that you can have fun playing with a niece or nephew.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 01 June 2011 18:50

Happy is a regular contributor to RosebudMag.com and has written for various other publications, including Black Belt, Inside Hockey, and FoxSports.com. He transitioned to life as a writer following a decade-long career as a touring musician. He lives with his son in Vancouver, British Columbia

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