Dragon Documentary Game is a favorite high flying action game which sees you controlling a massive dragon, burning cities, castles and areas with your fiery breath. You may also like Fusion Point Game
Dragon Documentary Game is still quite early in development (and may wind up canceled if there is no interest in it), so it does have some rough edges, but once you master the controls, it is great fun soaring and scorching your way throughout the kingdom. Visually, it is breathtaking, especially once you take into the air, swooping through valleys and climbing above the mountain tops.
The combat could use a little refinement, as in the moment you will probably get slaughtered by a small group of soldiers, but it is still a unique and pleasurable experience being in control of a fire breathing dragon.
Dragon Documentary Game is about a dragon, who just woke up out of his 100 years of sleep and discovered his valley infested by people. They must go. Dragon Documentary Game is a TPP action game, in which you may be a dragon, flying, burning human cities and castles, beating whole armies and dog fighting other flying foes, such as witches on broomsticks or DA Vinci’s flying machines. Or it was supposed to be since I lost interest in it about two decades back. Recently, I realized that this game only lies there in my hard drive and I might never finish it. Here you go, if you want it, then play it.
Dragon Documentary Game is a TPP action game, in which you may be a dragon, flying, burning individual cities and castles, beating entire armies and dog fighting other flying foes, such as witches on broomsticks or DA Vinci’s flying machines.
The game was launched in 2012 on Unity. I didn’t work on it for more time, but I think it is going to be helpful to release what I have, as a “pre-alpha demo.” It supports standard tracks, Oculus Rift DK2 and DK1 and 3D SBS mode.
I’d want your feedback, particularly about the controllers. I find them intuitive (think “Jetpack,” instead of “a plane”), but nearly all of my friends and family that played that game, find the controls very, very tricky.
Note: The Control Scheme requires a little getting used to.