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Dragonica
Game Description:Dragonica is a massively multiplayer online casual game developed by Barunson Interactive Co, based in Korea. Dragonica is free-to-play and players may choose to pay for additional content and features on a micro-transaction basis. Barunson Interactive spent seven years developing Dragonica, which brings cartoon side-scrolling action online games to a new peak. The game's totally 3D rendering design, fresh cartoon characters and scenery modeling, create a new visual perception of side-scrolling games. Dragonica skillfully mixes the elements of action and arcade, and creates various ultimate skills to enhance playability.
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Dragonica Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, February 25th

    Posted: February 25, 2010

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  • Dragonica Online Thief Trailer

    Posted: November 17, 2009

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  • The MMO Report: Thursday, October 15th

    Posted: October 15, 2009

    14,603 Views | 07:08

  • Dragonica Archer Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: October 15, 2009

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  • Dragonica Warrior Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: October 15, 2009

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