Chinese Dragon
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Chinese Dragon 

It's time to celebrate Lunar New Year and you can help prepare for the celebration! Play Chinese Dragon, an addictive and colorful match 3 game. Learn about the traditions of Chinese New Year celebrations while clearing the boards.

Begin with traditional preparations to attract good luck, known as the Golden Dragon and repel bad luck, known as the Dark Dragon. There is much to learn and do during the celebration. If all goes right, there will be plenty of fireworks to shoot off expelling the Dark Dragon for sure. Set off as many rockets and firecrackers as you can!

Follow Chinese New Year traditions to have a real blast when you play the free trial version or download the full-version of Chinese Dragon today!

  • Play uniquely fascinating challenges to clear the boards and collect trophies.
  • Strategically use rockets and other specialized power-ups to clear the boards.
  • Choose from Relaxing, Normal, or Hard modes of play.
  • Enjoy a variety of specific tasks in the form of mini-games throughout the story.
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Reviews of Chinese Dragon
 | Added on: March 18, 2014
The premise here is simple. It's time for the Chinese New Year, and an altar must be built to attract the good dragon and keep the bad dragon away. By playing Match 3 games you earn points toward your altar pieces. The game play itself is exceedingly slow with a lot of flashes and smoke that makes it difficult to see the next match. And if you don't find the next match quickly, a possible match will begin flashing even before you've had time to study the board. As you proceed in the game, many of the pieces are the same colors making it difficult to differentiate between them. Tough to watch and exceedingly slow response time. Additionally, when all the altar pieces had been bought, I didn't get any cartoon characters telling me anything. It was like they just disappeared leaving me to wander if I was just supposed to keep playing unlimited games or what (points no longer accumulated). You would do well to give this one a pass.
 | Added on: March 10, 2014
It's a Match 3 game like many others with increasing difficulty in higher levels. This would give it an average rating. However, I had quite a few issues with the game design. Many of the game pieces look rather similar to others, which I felt quite annoying. Later in the game it gets worse when many pieces are within boxes leaving even less of the piece visible which makes it virtually impossible to find a match for them. There is plenty of room on the screen that could be used to increase the game field and game pieces and make to pieces easier to differentiate. Another design decision that I didn't like was the silly explosion and smoke display after a successful match. The smoke obscures parts of the game field and one needs to wait for it to clear, wasting time that counts down the timer. The story line is rather meaningless. A lot of pictures at the start of the game, but they soon run out of ideas and luckily there are only a few in the second half of the game. Overall, nothing new in the game, but a lot of frustrating design decisions.
 | Added on: March 22, 2014
The levels go on and on; doesn't say how many coins you have to buy items.
 | Added on: March 20, 2014
This is a Match 3 game that has a lot of design issues. I totally agree with the previous reviewer in regards to those issues... and yet... I found myself completely hooked. I finished this whole game in a very short time for me because I couldn't stop playing. Unlike a lot of Match 3's, which soon seem repetitive and mindless, this game made me think. I really loved the various items that you could use on the board, especially the fireworks. How you used them, and how you go about rebuilding your supply, made a huge difference in the game. And it's super challenging if you want to stay in the perfect range. I eventually gave up on that because it really requires flawless play to earn. But that's what kept me playing. Yes the pieces are hard to distinguish, and when those pieces are obscured by keys or boxes it gets even more difficult. I don't blame anyone who finds it too annoying but I do think that Match 3 enthusiasts might want to give it a try and make up their mind themselves. Because I really found myself loving this flawed little game.
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