Dragon Paradise is a new game for the iOS and Android platforms where you merge dragons together in order to make higher level dragons. You can merge to make unique dragon characters and designs, and upgrade your maximum dragon to as high of a level as possible. You can pick up multiplier bonuses, puzzle pieces, and earn coins and gems along the way.
What makes this game unique is that it might give you the opportunity to earn Robux in Roblox, as well as currencies in other games, such as Free Fire, League of Legends, PUBG Mobile, or Mobile Legends. As you play and get further into the game, you will be able to cash out your coins and gems for either Robux or for currencies in one of these games.
Lately there have been questions about whether this game is what it appears to be and whether or not it actually pays out what it says it will. We are going to attempt to take a deep dive into that.
To start, this game is very simple to play. All that you have to do is merge dragons if the same level together, a minimum of three identical dragons per combo. Each time that you merge a trio, you have a chance of getting tokens, which they say can then be spent on bonuses that allow you to earn Robux and other currencies
At the beginning of the game, you will be able to select the game of your choice; Roblox is not the only one in here, and whichever game you select, you will earn currency for and characters from.
There are a massive amount of levels in this game; somehow made it past level 500, and even further, so if you are worried about running out of levels before you fill up your coins and gems enough to get free currency, then just know that you don’t need to worry about that because the levels will take a very long time to run out.
You might notice that as the levels drag on, the rewards that you get drop and drop and drop. By the time you are at level 500 or so, the rewards will amount to next to nothing. This means that it will be a grind to get to the point of cashing out.
One of the free rewards is allegedly earned upon beating level 150. We say alleged it, though, because I can’t find any evidence of anybody earning the free currency reward by beating that level.
Looking at the reviews on the App Store, most of the high rated reviews come from players, usually young players, who are very excited in anticipation of the Robux that they think they’re going to earn when they cash out. The game says that it takes up to 15 business days to cash out
So is this game a scam, or is it legitimate? For now, we still want to wait and see, but we will say that the reviews so far do not look very promising. It would be a shame to spend all of that time and effort trying to earn free Robux and then not getting anything.
So while we’re not entirely ready to call this game a scam, we are also not ready to call it legitimate, either. And the game is a little bit suspicious, but we’re going to continue to keep an eye on the reviews to see who cashes out.