Dragons World is a new dragon breeding and battling game for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal is to hatch, breed and raise dragons, then feed them so that they can grow from little baby dragons into powerful combatants, while collecting gold and crystals along the way. Read on for some tips and tricks for Dragons World!
If you want to load up on coins quickly, first, maximize the amount of dragon habitats that you have. Pick habitats that hold high numbers of maximum coins, such as the earth habitat, and later on, the water habitat. Put at least one dragon at a time into them. Then, whenever you go to bed, collect the coins, and when you wake up in the morning, you will have a huge quantity of coins to collect. Fire habitats earn coins fast but don’t hold many of them at all.
When battling, try to take three different types of dragons into battle with you so that you can choose a dragon that will give you the elemental advantage in battle. Play with many types of dragons to figure out which elementals are weak or strong against which other ones. Considering all of the dragons that you can breed, it gets a bit dicey.
Have as many greenhouses as possible so that you can grow as much food as possible (which, of course, is then used to power up your dragons). Keep them running at all times. The higher your dragon’s level, the more powerful it will be in battle, and the more coins that you will earn from the dragon.
If you need to make more space on your island, move everything as close together as possible, because spaces left between habitats and other buildings will clog up otherwise useable space. Then once you run out of room, start clearing out bushes, trees, rocks, and other junk, in order of how much they cost, from cheapest to most expensive.
Breeding rare dragons is where the real fun is. It’s fairly easy to get a dragon of two types. A dragon of three or four types is far more difficult. You’ll know if you successfully crossbreed two hybrid dragons into a three- or four-type dragon, though, by how long of a time it will take for the breeding to finish. If it’s going to take a longer time than usual, that means the breeding was successful.