Make use of the resources around you to take care of and facilitate the hatching of a rare Dragon egg.
Ward off the Dinosaurs that drop by now and then sabotage your efforts and delay or halt the egg hatching process.
Marvel at the beauty of the VR world as you soar up the sky on the back of a great dragon who entrusted you with the egg.
Dragons! The stuff of legends. Mythical huge reptiles either persecuted or protected humanity. Some were good, some were bad, and some just minded their own business and didn't care. For whatever a Dragon was, it stood for power to be either feared or respected. These somewhat magical creatures have been the mainstay of Medieval tales and modern-day Science and Fantasy Fiction. Whether Dragons have really existed in the past is still speculative and based on the legends themselves passed through the ages and misrepresented bones belonging to the ice-age Dinosaurs. Some Palenteological theories go as far as considering the Dragons to be a species of the Dinosaur themselves which have survived through the middle ages and again speculatively.
Whatever the case may be, Dragons have become an integral part of ancient culture, be it from the East or West, where the Dragons take form and shape differently. The snake-like Eastern Water Dragon and the Flying Western fire breathing behemoth playing the roles of either helper or destroyer. To this, Dragons have become very popular in the realms of computers and video games. Many of the fore-running RPG and adventure games featured many Dragons, as many were titled with the word itself. Today, in the age of Virtual Reality, the Dragon has become more realistic than ever and now could be interacted within a close and personal way like never before.
Dragon VR though more of a Dragon simulation and interactive experience, lets you interact with friends to human dragons in a fantasy setting where you are tasked to care for a Dragon egg and help it to hatch. The process is repetitive and requires patience and effort though the experience is quite short and can be completed probably less than half an hour. The objective is to keep the egg hot by building a fire underneath. The necessary tools and materials are scattered around the little quarry where the Dragon egg is nested.
Start a fire by flinting stones, then keep throwing wood into the fire to keep it burning. Unfortunately, two dinosaurs will pester the process as they probably resent the fact that if the egg gets to hatch, that would mean another competitor for the hunting grounds. Dragons, after all, can be considered as Dinosaurs themselves. One is a huge roaring T-Rex and the other a diving Pterodactyl, both of which will show up now and then blow out the fire. Again, you, the player, will have to re-start the process of getting the egg heated once more. This goes on and on until the egg is ready. Also, a Great Dragon will check to see if baby drag is ready for the world.
At that point, you will have to take an awesome ride with the egg on the back of Great Drag as you enjoy the VR view from the sky. You are brought to a mystical hatching ground where you will have to solve puzzles in stone, enabling the egg to hatch so baby drag can come out. The simulation is complete at this point, and how you raise and train your Dragon will depend on whether the developers will create a sequel and continue the game. Dragon VR is free2play and based on the level of VR experience it gives, it’s worth the try, especially for those with HTC-Vive headsets.
If you are looking for a quick experience in VR with a lot of awesome graphics, animation effects, music, and ambient sounds, Dragon VR might just fit the bill.