Dragon Freeze

Can you beat a game devised by a 7 year-old girl?

Dragon Freeze is the first game that’s the brainchild of a childbrain. When a 7 year-old friend told me she had an idea for a fun game I said what any normal adult would say: “Sure, I’ll learn how to make a game, record you and your brother for the voices, and buy a MIDI keyboard to make the music. But first make sure your homework is done.” It took a while, but it’s ready now, for your gaming pleasure.

So what are you waiting for? It’s fun for all ages!*

Do you like getting hit in the face with a hammer? Do you enjoy intense back pain? Do you like having all your teeth broken? If you answered “no” to these questions then Dragon Freeze is for you. Because Dragon Freeze is NONE of these!

A long time ago, before smartphones, before Facebook, before even YouTube or Twitter– we’re talking REALLY ancient times– cartoon dragons were a huge menace to cartoon castles. In that time, people were scared and brave knights were helpless (partly because of the aforementioned dragons, and partly because we haven’t drawn them), so the castles lay helpless too. But soon it became known far and wide that the fierce dragons were no match for fingers poking them on a touch screen. DRAGON FREEZE commemorates the great and epic battle that followed.

The rules are simple: Tap the dragons to freeze them. Watch out though, if a frozen dragon gets bumped by a flying dragon (or one of the other obstacles) he’ll unfreeze. Each time you freeze a dragon one point is added to your score, so if the dragon unfreezes you’ll have to freeze it again, which will add another point. Unlike most other games, the goal is to get the LOWEST score. (I’m really good at getting the lowest score on ALL games I play.)

Interesting fact #1: The ancient Mayans NEVER played this game, and did not even have a word for iOS.
Interesting fact #2: If you count all of the pixels on your device’s screen starting from the top left and ending at the bottom right, you will have wasted an enormous amount of time.

Play the first 5 levels for FREE, then upgrade to the full version with an additional 15 levels (that’s 105 crazy pulse-pounding rounds). As an added bonus, the upgrade includes two Power-Ups:
SloMo: Makes the dragons fly at half-speed for five seconds.
FreezeLock: Makes frozen dragons stay that way for five seconds even if they get bumped.
(Note: SloMo, FreezeLock, Pause, Menu, and Restart are accessed by double-tapping their respective buttons at the bottom of the screen.)

So go ahead, try Dragon Freeze! But don’t just take our word for it, check out what people are saying:

“Playing Dragon Freeze made those cold winter nights in the White House way more bearable.” –Abraham Lincoln

“Please excuse Juan for not having his homework done. He was plaing Dragon Freeze all night.” –Juan Epstein’s Mother

“Not quite as good as getting my teeth drilled.” –No One Ever

“If it weren’t for Dragon Freeze I don’t know what I’d do.” –This guy I knew in high school. NOT HENRY WIGSHAW THOUGH. Definitely NOT Henry Wigshaw. Really. Not Henry Wigshaw at all.**

“This game rocks!” –Me

Five people can’t be wrong, can they?

*Except 57. Not sure why.
**It was totally Henry Wigshaw. Also he once farted in class in 3rd grade and everyone laughed and he tried to pretend it wasn’t him but we all knew it was.

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