Jammy Dragon is a building simulation game that can be played on Facebook. It allows users to be chief of their own villages where they can grow and harvest crops like in Farmville, build different types of structures with the same building mechanics that can be compared to that of Cityville’s and breed dragons like in Dragon Ville. This combination of all the best Facebook games created an absolutely more entertaining game.
The only downsides to this game is since it is a combination of all the best Facebook games, it also combined everything we hate about them. It’s still a Social Network Game after all so expect that it is played best with friends, may generate a lot of spam messages, implements a frustrating energy system and may encourage you to purchase ridiculously pricey items.
Is this game addictive?
Absolutely because in Jammy Dragon you don’t just farm, harvest and build structures, you can also complete quests which are mainly focused on farming, harvesting and building structures but hey there’s also this Dragon Expedition where you can fight evil dragons alongside friends or if you’re feeling creative you can always decorate your village.
Is it a game that you can play all day?
To be honest, no, as I have already mentioned before, it implements the same annoying energy system that leaves every addicted Social Network Gamers hungry for more action but you can always watch your dragons fly around the village and if you’re lucky enough to have an endless supply you can also give them hearts.
Jammy Dragon is definitely a game that I suggest everyone with Facebook accounts should try.