This took several lives to accomplish, and even then all I had was a blank field of play where I was summarily bulldozed by the red dragons. You, in response, must fight the off by performing some arbitrary task. You can help us out by submitting a description for this title. The sound will leave your mind as quickly as your third cousin's birthday. One other thing I found peculiar is that your opponents don't gravitate towards you. This is as close to suicide as a game will ever drive you.
In a double player game, it is you versus another player and three computer controlled dragons in a wild free-for-all. What you see before you when you play this is a palette of colors that are not quite pure tones, but off-shades and tints that make you scratch your head. A weak dragon may regain his tail by snapping another dragon's tail. I was about to ask you the same thing! A baby crying in an elevator receives a better welcome. Final Score: 1 Rating: 0.
I thought that maybe Taggin' Dragon would be one of those off-beat kiddie titles that a reviewer like me would find somewhere, sit down with it for a while, and seek out the redemptive qualities in it once I looked past the childish façade. Did someone spill split pea soup on a My Pet Monster doll? At first I thought maybe clearing all the blocks might do it. Not a little to the left, not a little to the right. . Everything in Taggin' Dragon crashes and burns without receiving any points for style. This site is not sponsored or endorsed by Nintendo, Sega, Sony, Microsoft, or any other such party.
Blocking all memory of this game is definitely the best possible course of action if you ever decide to play it. After even the shortest amount of time, you'll never even want to know the fact that a game called Taggin' Dragon exists ever again. Pros -- There is not a single thing in this game that could be considered well-done or finely crafted. Be careful, though, that your opponent does not sneak up on you and do the same to you. You stumble, you falter, you travel at torpor-inducing moderate pace and you mostly spend your time haphazardly running into your opponents while you mash the attack button. However, if a weak dragon is bitten again, he dies. The less said about Taggin' Dragon, the better.
Utilizing A near an opponent's butt causes the protagonist to munch a piece of the creature's tail off. Support Emuparadise: Sponsor Message: Share with your Friends:. I tried to determine the object of the first level in a number of ways. From there, it's the same song over and over, because you'll only be playing the first level. Tagin' Dragon provides you with a misspelled title to let you know that you shouldn't waste your time playing it. You always hear about innocent people in other countries who unwittingly step on active land mines and are horribly dismembered in the span of a single second.
A weak dragon may regain his tail by snapping another dragon's tail. In fact, judging from the lack of noticeable change in his demeanor, I'd say he actually could have enjoyed eating it. Allow one to get too close to your rear and it'll rip off a chunk. The mix of colors is not a total abomination unto your eyesight, but tacky, the way a leisure suit or a mullet is tacky. You are forced to run away endlessly, hoping that you turn all the right corners and make all the right moves. You see, in the first level, you start in the lower right-hand corner, a green dragon in a field of red bullies.
Step three: facepalm at misspelled title screen. Sometimes you'll be able to pick off your adversaries with no problem, even clearing a level in under a minute. It's easy to make yourself forget what a game looks like when you spend the same amount of time playing it as you do watching one episode of any given sitcom. Many diseases will plague you and your household if you attempt to do so. As best as I could determine, eating that oil lamp by pressing A when your mouth is on top of it is the key to doing anything even remotely productive.
Cons -- Did you not just read the review? I just can't let that happen. It would be really great if you could please submit a description for this title as that makes emuparadise. So you wander around, trying not to get killed whilst also seeking a means of offense. Be careful, though, that your opponent does not sneak up on you and do the same to you. The former of the two also basically means the game's difficulty rating is random.
Some dumb sound effects play when you get trampled by those omnipresent red dragons and break your way through a block. How do you tag the other dragons? Two other modes of play made their way into Taggin' Dragon - a ''double'' mode whose reason for being totally eludes my grasp, and a two-player cooperative effort. You're too young to die so shamefully. Not even the only issue with the listing I caught -- Thin Chen Enterprises is better known as Sachen, and we should probably merge the two separate company listings. Level one consists of mixture of lime green, a darkish-yellowish-green, indigo, purple and orange-brown foes that looked like puppies with manes. Alas, there are no redemptive qualities to be found here, and any façade that might be there is thinner than a wet T-shirt on spring break in Florida.
I read over the intro and it still works with changing the proper title. The graphics are bad, but not bad enough that you'll be mulling over them more than you do the tepid gameplay. I hoped it would explode when it entered his stomach á la Dodongo from Legend of Zelda, but no such thing happened. The dragon is only vulnerable from the rear so you need to sneak up on your opponent to tag him. When I ate them, nothing happened, except for once when I got one that made me turn yellow and allow me to upchuck a small yellow pellet onto the playing field.