Dragon Warlords

Dragon Warlords is a 3D online strategy game set in a fantasy world, developed for Android devices with iOS support announced to come. Featuring both PvE and PvP elements, Dragon Warlords tasks players with the challenge of amassing an army of classic fantasy characters while building and defending an empire. Players can lay siege to one another’s kingdoms while fortifying their own, recruiting a host of mercenaries from around the world.

Features:

Exceptional Graphics: Dragon Warlords boasts vividly colorful graphics with incredible detail. Battles are fully 3D and crisply rendered, allowing players to view the action from any angle they wish. Each building and every unit is distinctly unique, up close or at a distance.

Freedom of Choice: Pick and choose your favorite units from a selection of over 25 different types, unhindered by race or faction. Can’t decide between fearless desert inhabitants or gargantuan mechanical monsters? Get both! Assemble your army as you alone see fit.

Tower Siege AND Defense: After you’ve built an unassailable kingdom and mastered your perfect defensive strategy, test the defenses of your fellow players by taking the fight to them. With an epic battle around every corner, there’s always something for your troops to do.

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Eric Kandel

About Eric Kandel

My name is Eric. I've been gaming since the Atari. My first shooter was Wolfenstein 3D, my first MMORPG was Ultima Online. Being my first and still favorite hobby, I'm not ashamed to call myself a gamer. It has been my privilege to watch the world of gaming evolve over the past twenty years, seeing the leaps, both forward and backward, it has taken in the process. The name “Misanthropologist” is a portmanteau of “misanthrope” and “anthropologist,” first coined by Carl Abrahamsson, which essentially means “a person who loathes people but enjoys studying them.” This term has apparently come into some kind of Internet vogue in recent years, with numerous others claiming its invention. They are all wrong. It predates the Internet. And that's what you should know about me as a writer: I don't hesitate to say when I think someone or something is wrong. I do my best to be polite, considerate and objective, but you will encounter criticisms. When you do, I hope that you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoy writing them.