What is the First Dragon in Hungry Dragon?
If you love action-packed, real-time strategy games like Cityville or Postal Guy, then you’re definitely going to love playing Hungry Dragon. What makes this game so great is the fact that it’s not one of those mindless, time-wasting games where you’ll be forced to just click the mouse a few times and have an adventure. No, in Hungry Dragon you’ll actually have to think to yourself, “What’s that noise? It’s not moving.” And once you hear that sound, you better run as fast as you can to the nearest city police station.
So you probably think that I’m about to give you some secret formula that will make playing Hungry Dragon easy for you. Nope. What I’m about to share with you is the formula that makes playing Hungry Dragon different from, say, another turn-based strategy game on your phone. Yes, it’s that good. And you better start using it now because, if it doesn’t work, at least you’ll have some more ideas on what to do instead.
What is the first Dragon in Hungry Dragon, the one with the red color on its head? That’s Ptera. You’ll also notice that its two legs are a lot shorter than its body.
The second form of the first Dragon in Hungry Dragon is Pterodactyl, the strongest of the five original dragons (there are six in the game). To make things interesting, you will notice that its egg laying is very active, and when Pterodactyl is around his female partners (called moths), he will start to launch massive egg attacks. When you attack one of your moths, Pterodactyl will stop attacking. It will wait until the other dragons attack him before he will start chasing after your moths again.
The third form of the first dragon in Hungry Dragon is Toxic, which is, surprisingly, the slowest of the bunch. You will notice that it likes to hide in thick bushes and creep up slowly on its prey. Its attack is swift, powerful, and quite frankly, it will eat anything within its reach. When Toxic is not active, he will just hang out in the grass until it comes out of hiding. In the new game though, it’s not quite as cool because Toxic doesn’t attack when you’re around.
The fourth form of the first dragon in Hungry Dragon is Gloom, the most powerful of the legendary dragons. Its special abilities include turning invisible and causing lightning bolts from every eye in its body. This ability can also be used to stun or otherwise cause severe damage to enemies. Unfortunately, only Gloom has these special abilities at this point, so you’ll have to save the game to use them.
The fifth and final form of the first dragon in Hungry Dragon is Valkia, who can transform into any dragon (even Tiamat). She has four different forms, all of which deal more damage than her human counterpart. This means that she must be treated with caution, or else you will be wiped out quickly if you don’t know how to best take down her!
In the end, the key to winning is using the right strategy. The trick is learning which gems are worth collecting early on, and which aren’t. By collecting enough green gems and using your special abilities wisely, you should easily finish off whatever prey you’re pursuing without taking too much damage from a single attack. It’s important to note, however, that even if you do kill your prey by using a special ability, such as the one you get as a reward for completing the sixth form of Valkia, it will not count towards earning coins or XP in the Hungry Dragon game!