The playable demo of Journeys of the Dragon Rider, sequel to Dragon castle.
MistKeep Software updated their independent game to version 1.1. Here is a list of changes:
- Easy to use controls, which are available when using Easy and Normal difficulty levels.
- The ability to choose between four difficulty levels.
- Helpful instructions in the game including clear mission objectives.
- Easy to use application launcher.
- An alternative sound configuration that may improve sound quality on some systems.
- Many more small improvements.
Demonstration version file size - 68.6MB
Journeys of the Dragon Rider, a 3D action computer game by MistKeep Software, lets you take on the role of a dragon rider and experience high flying adventure as you defend your kingdom. Fly high above mountains, weave through valleys and go on many a journey as you battle enemy dragons and soldiers!
Journeys of the Dragon Rider requires Windows XP or better, DirectX 9 or above and the .NET Framework 2 or above (see Faq/Help for more information). Please try the demo first to test compatibility with your computer.
MistKeep Software is very proud to bring you Journeys of the Dragon Rider, the sequel to the ever popular Dragon Castle. In this game, you take on the role of a dragon rider as you defend your kingdom against invading forces. Fly in bands of dragon knights through thirty levels of adventure.
The levels consist of large landscapes and varied environments. There is also a variety of mission types, including large scale dragon battles, assisting your soldiers on the ground, escorting a princess, damaging castles and more.
Along with greatly improved graphics and other production qualities on the first game, you also now have full control over your dragon's movements, giving a much more realistic flight model. You can now perform maneuvers such as rolls, dives, loops, fast turns and more, which makes for extremely fast and fun dragon air battles. Enemy dragons roll and loop in all directions around you, and there are often many dragons assisting you too.
Advanced users can even try making their own levels, and packaging these up into a complete story to be shared. This requires modifying text files and may require third party commercial software for generating the landscapes, but even novice users can have fun making small changes to the existing levels and the story.