Dragalia Lost

Dragalia Lost

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-09-26
  • Current Version: 1.6.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 3.30 GB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 50,105 Ratings


■ An action RPG forged by humans and dragons Dragalia Lost is a swipe-controlled action RPG about the bonds shared between humans and dragons. Conquer your enemies using an array of powerful attacks and special skills and even by transforming into a dragon yourself! ■ A tale of heroes, legends, and allies, together Over 60 voiced characters are ready and waiting to aid your quest! ■ Music by DAOKO Dragalia Lost features music by the Japanese artist DAOKO. Her captivating musical score enhances the upbeat gaming experience! * This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases. * Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply. * We permit our third-party partners to collect data from this app for analytical and marketing purposes. For more information about our ads, please see the “How we use your information” section of the Nintendo Privacy Policy. * May include advertising for Nintendo. * You must be at least 13 years old to play this game.



  • Great Devs

    By BennyTots
    I usually don’t write reviews for games but I have to say I have been thoroughly impressed by the developers for this game. They quickly address immediate issues with gameplay and compensate affected players, address long term concerns with gameplay that have been brought up by players and fix them quite well (co-op), and COMMUNICATE with the player base. Their communication is the best of any mobile developer that I have played. Do note this is a Gacha game however almost all content is beatable f2p and with time. Highly recommend.
  • Love love love this game!!!

    By Xixii1313
    I’ve always been a fan of Nintendo and cygames games, so I was super excited when this rolled out. This game is very fun, and the grind is very mild compared to other mmo-jrpg games. It’s very casual and f2p friendly too! I absolutely love that this game has end game content that requires both 5* (top rarity) and 4* players (medium rarity) to play! You’re not at a huge disadvantage if you don’t pay real money like in many other games I’ve trie (looking at you, FGO). The community is amazing and positive, and the developers are spot-on. 10/10 recommend this game. I’m usually f2p, but I actually spent some money to support the developers. They do a wonderful job of responding to feedback and are super generous. Hey, if I can find time to play this game with a newborn baby, anyone can find time! Totally casual-friendly.
  • Daoko Lost

    By Polymorph101
    5/5 Music Basically her album I love it
  • Best mobile game

    By PK_Dice
    Gameplay is fantastic, and I think the game is very generous for a gatcha.
  • Fun but a lot of grinding.

    By drsun21
    Overall this game is fun to play. The positives: The events and raids during these events. You get to co-op with other players to defeat monsters which will give you upgrade items. Getting 5* characters and dragons when you do a summons. Especially the ones that are seasonal. The ability to let your characters auto complete a task. You start the quest and hit auto-play button. This is handy on those daily quests that you do over and over. The storyline is interesting even though they haven’t completed it yet. Negatives: It’s not so easy to upgrade your dragons, weapons, and wyrmprints. That said getting the best dragons and wyrmprints in the game is rough since you have to get them through summoning spells that use wyrmite. You need 5 of each item to fully unlock its full potential. They do this on the hopes that once you get one that you will buy their upgrade packs to fully unlock. 5* weapons take so many resources that if you were to grind one out it would probably take a full year, not to mention many of your buildings will vie for those elemental resources as well. Their beginner packs are priced fairly, but you can only buy one of each after that you have to buy the overpriced ones if you want to unlock your items faster. My biggest gripe with this game is the eldwater. You get so little that you cannot upgrade you character to its max potential unless you ignore all your other toons for half a year and use it all on one characters 5th tier mana circle. Which you will need to do if you want to do the advanced dragon trials.
  • Best back ground music

    By King.Doodles
    Love the game
  • Perfect

    By Btitfhxbak
    This game is so fun with a captivating story, keep on making games like this Nintendo
  • It does not work

    By MrJoker_02661
    The game does not work for me the screen goes blank at the beginning
  • Over-complicates what should be simple

    By Bored Onlooker
    The game has potential but for what it is the one major gripe I have is that there are so many things you HAVE to upgrade for a single character. •Level •Skill Tree •Weapons •Ability Card •Dragon Forms It feels like there’s a complex system when it’s only a tedious one. The Nintendo charm is the only reason I even care to keep playing but even that is wearing thin.
  • Lostdragger

    By justplayingstartrek
    This game would be really fun if the people that played it weren’t so elitist. Spamming “NOPE” when a lower level player enters Co-op even though you have enough might to succeed is rude and childish. If they turned this into an actual rpg for the switch I would become a huge fan of the franchise, but right now I’m just dealing with a bunch of jerks.