Dragon Ages

Player Rating3.07/8

"#625 overall, #59 for 2011"
based on 713 ratings since 04/22/2011
played 9,710 times (finished 965)

Story Difficulty3/8

"trek through the forest"

Play Length1/8

"Make sure not to blink"

Maturity Level3/8

"must be at least this tall to play"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.
You are a newly hatched dragon. Explore the world around you and live your life until your inevitable death.

Player Comments

I didn't like it.

First of all, it was incredibly short and I noticed about one sentence per page halfway through, which leads me to believe you felt the need to rush it and publish it as soon as possible. Spend more time on your storygames, please.

There was really no branching, I saw that each page had about three links on them, but guess what? Only one of them would progress me in the game. Every path led to death one or two clicks in, or it would take me back a page. It's annoying, because this is Choose Your Story, not Try To Randomly Determine Which Link Won't Kill You.

It was badly fleshed out, I noticed almost no detail and the situations seemed quite illogical.

You need to put more effort into your storygames, because you want to make something you can be proud of. Reading this, I don't think you should be proud of it. This storygame can be fixed if you add more detail, an actual plot, a better setting, a longer storygame in general, etc.

2/8, try harder.
-- MinnieKing on 3/19/2017 2:52:41 PM
There's not really much of a plot, nor any defined characters. While creating a novella of a storygame was probably not your goal, the lack of depth to the story really affected my enjoyment.

There are a few specific problems I have with with the storygame. At times you could repeat choices that shouldn't be repeatable, such as going to the village and eating the man over and over again. There were also some confusing sentences that could have been fixed by proofreading your work (eg. "The cave the nest is in a cave which has three entrances to the caverns surrounding the nest.").
-- October on 3/3/2013 5:42:26 PM
I like the fact that you have a unique story. I can't say I've seen sometone else with the main character being a baby dragon, newly hatched. But why does his life have to end at death- whatever happened to old age rather than murder to accident? I mean, I didn't see one of those endings, but I didn't go looking for them all.
Also, I notice that this rather lacks some realism. These newborn dragons don't really act like bumbling children- especially if they're already large enough to fly and eat people. And one more thing, I got the impression that in one of the endings, the dragon is shot by a gun. In the time of dragons, there are no firearms. It lacks historical integrity (if you can call medeival fantasy history). Once again, you had a really good idea to start with but no where to take it.
-- jkulibert2 on 4/24/2011 10:01:01 PM
This was way too short...
-- MusicalNerd7 on 6/8/2018 7:52:13 AM
Simply too short.
-- bson on 4/14/2018 11:17:07 PM
I feel like it's much to short there is not a lack in choices just.... not long enough
-- Chloe on 2/24/2018 9:13:00 PM
Ehhhhhhhh. It was okay.
-- Weirdleard on 12/3/2017 9:16:37 PM
Best story Ive ever played 10/10 hope there will be a sequal.
-- Hugh Mungus on 8/15/2017 12:36:30 PM
Hi! This is the first story whatever I've rated!

I would like to say that I had a difficult time understanding why there weren't more choices in most of the situations. I chose the ending where I flew to the church, and I was kind of set on exploring the village, but I was forced to turn back.

Overall, I guess, it was fast- paced, and it was good for something to do in 10 minutes of free. Entertaining.
-- LastChance74823 on 8/8/2017 9:07:18 PM
While it's an interesting concept, there wasn't much exposition, so knowing what was going on took a bit of imagination.
-- Battlemage on 4/8/2017 1:50:11 PM
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