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Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight
GenreAction/Adventure
Superhero
Drama
Thriller
Mystery
Cyberpunk
Conspiracy
Created bySteve Wang
Based onKamen Rider Ryuki
by Shotaro Ishinomori and Toei Company
Developed byAdness Entertainment
Toei Company
StarringStephen Lunsford
Matt Mullins
Aria Alistar
Opening theme'Kamen Rider Dragon Knight' by Cage9 ( U.S.A. Version)[1]
'DIVE INTO THE MIRROR' by Defspiral (Japanese version)
Ending theme'ANOTHER WORLD' by Kit×Len (Tatsuhisa Suzuki & Satoshi Matsuda) (Japanese version)
Composer(s)Tony Phillips
Country of originUnited States
Japan
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes40[2](list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Yasuo Matsuo
Fumio Sebata
Aki Komine
Producer(s)Steve Wang
Mike Wang
Roy McAree
Production location(s)Los Angeles, California
Kyoto, Japan
Tokyo, Japan
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)Adness Entertainment
Toei Company
DistributorToei Company (current)
Release
Original networkThe CW (The CW4Kids)[3]Youtube.com
Picture format480i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Original releaseDecember 13, 2008 –
December 18, 2009

Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight is an American television show originally aired on The CW during its CW4Kids programming block from December 13, 2008 to December 26, 2009. It is an adaptation of the Japanese tokusatsu show Kamen Rider Ryuki and is the second Kamen Rider show to be adapted and completely produced by an American TV production company, the first being Saban's Masked Rider. It was brought to television by Steve and Michael Wang and produced by Jimmy Sprague through Adness Entertainment. The series had a sneak premiere on December 13, 2008 and began official broadcasting on January 3, 2009,[4] then continued throughout the year. Adness chose to adapt Ryuki over the other Heisei Rider shows as it has a large number of characters (Ryuki had 13 Riders in total) as well as a female Rider.[5] The CW had dropped Dragon Knight at the end of the year before its final two episodes aired in the US.[6] The final episodes were uploaded to the 4Kids TV website on December 18, 2009. In 2012, all of the episodes were removed from the 4Kids TV website.

In 2010, Dragon Knight was nominated for[7] and won[8][9] the Daytime Emmy Award for 'Outstanding Stunt Coordination', a category introduced to the Daytime Emmys that year.

  • 2Episodes
  • 4Production
  • 5International broadcasts
  • 6Video games

Plot[edit]

  • Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight pemenang Daytime Emmy Award-winning merupakan adaptasi dari Ryuki seri Jepang tokusatsu Kamen Rider, sekuel kedua belas dari Seri Kamen Rider. Dibawa ke televisi oleh Steve dan Michael Wang dan diproduksi oleh Jimmy Sprague melalui Entertainment Adness.
  • Kamen Rider Wing Knight is the sole surviving Kamen Rider - the only man who can stop Xaviax from destroying Earth the same way he destroyed Ventara. To defeat Wing Knight, Xaviax brought the Advent Decks to Earth and tricked ordinary citizens into becoming new Kamen Riders - super-powered soldiers who will carry out his evil plans.
  • Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight Play as all 13 Kamen Riders from the Kamen Rider Dragon Knight TV series, each with their own unique Contract Beasts, Advent cards, and special abilities. More than 65 exciting missions on Ventara will test the skill of your Kamen Riders.
  • Download page for Kamen Rider - Dragon Knight (U). Two games' worth of fighting action based on the 4Kids TV hit.
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While searching for his missing father, Kit Taylor finds an Advent Deck—a special card deck that allows the carrier to transform into a Kamen Rider and utilize unique weapons and powers—and uses it to become Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. He butts heads with Len, who serves as Kamen Rider Wing Knight, but the pair join forces after Kit learns that an alien warlord named Xaviax is responsible for his father's disappearance and intends on abducting him and the entire human race to gain power and rebuild Xaviax's homeworld. Xaviax tricks people on Earth into working for him by promising them whatever they want, or in some cases, by exploiting their fears and desperation. Kit wonders why Xaviax has to trick them and why he doesn't just find bad guys to do the work for him. Len tells Kit that the decks were only made for one person, and that only a person with an exact DNA match to the original Ventaran rider could use it. This is why Kit is able to use the Dragon Knight Deck: he is the exact Mirror Twin of Adam, the original Dragon Knight, who betrayed the original team. One of the new Earth Riders, Chris Ramirez (serving as Kamen Rider Sting and tricked by Xaviax into believing he is working in a special ops government program to fight alien invaders), joins forces with Kit and Len when he discovers he has been deceived, but is Vented—a process which traps defeated Riders in the 'Advent Void' between dimensions forever and removes their Advent Decks—along the way. Kit vents Albert Cho, brother of Danny Cho, in retaliation. This leads to a personal hatred between Danny and Kit, as Danny seeks to avenge his brother against Xaviax's orders.

Later, Kase, a fellow survivor of Ventara like Len, joins forces with Len and Kit to fight Xaviax. In addition to training Kit as a Kamen Rider, Len and Kase tell Kit all about the twelve Riders who banded together as the protectors of Ventara—a world opposite to our own—to take Xaviax down. However, due to the unintentionally–traitorous actions of Kit's predecessor, Adam, Xaviax vented most of the Riders. Furthermore, Xaviax continues to send out Riders who fight to eliminate Kit, Len, and the other Riders who oppose him. After Kit is Vented, Xaviax recruits Adam to once again become Dragon Knight. Unlike when Xaviax convinced Adam to 'betray' the Riders by playing to his desire to remain with the girl he loved, Xaviax now uses a combination of blackmail and using Adam's girlfriend as a hostage in order to force Adam to work for him.

Meanwhile, Len uses his Advent Deck to awaken the Advent Master Eubulon—who brings back the Ventaran Kamen Riders from the Advent Void—and Kit, who becomes Kamen Rider Onyx. He also brings back Kase, though Eubulon is forced to briefly reassign the Advent Deck to Maya Young while Kase is trapped in the Advent Void. Once Kase is better, Maya gives back the deck and the Riders head for Xaviax's base to destroy him. In the end, all the Ventaran Riders regain their decks, while all the Earth Riders (except Kit) have been released from the Advent Void & have their memories erased and returned to their normal lives, leaving Kit as the true owner of the Dragon deck after the previous owner Adam retires his deck thus officially becoming Kamen Rider Dragon Knight & the only active Earth Kamen Rider, leaving the Onyx deck inactive. But as the remnants of Xaviax's army and other dangers continue to threaten Ventara & Earth, Kit, along with Len, Kase and the other riders continue to protect both planets.[10]

Episodes[edit]

Pre-show pilot[edit]

A pre-show pilot was filmed in 2006, featuring Matt Smith as Kit and Kandis Erickson as Maya. It was produced as a proof-of-concept piece to pitch the show to Toei and American networks.[11] The pre-show pilot was eventually leaked online in December 2008.[12]

Cast[edit]

  • Stephen Lunsford as Kit Taylor, Adam
  • Matt Mullins as Len
  • Aria Alistar as Maya Young
  • William O'Leary as Xaviax
  • Marisa Lauren as Lacey Sheridan
  • Taylor Emerson as Trent Moseley
  • Kathy Christopherson as Michelle Walsh
  • Carrie Reichenbach as Kase
  • Tony Moras as Richie Preston, Ian
  • Christopher Foley as Drew Lansing, Chance
  • Christopher Babers as Grant Staley, Van
  • Scott Bailey as James 'JTC' Trademore, Price
  • Keith Scaduto as Brad Barrett, Cameron
  • Michael Cardelle as Chris Ramirez, Quinn
  • Mike Moh as Danny Cho, Hunt
  • Tony Sano as Albert Cho, Chase
  • Mark Cameron Wystrach is also a Member of the Country Band Midland as Vic Frasier, Nolan
  • Jeff Davis as Frank Taylor
  • James Patterson as Detective Grimes
  • Jamison Jones as Agent Phillips
  • Mark Dacascos as Eubulon
  • Camila Greenberg as Sarah

Guest stars featured Kathleen Gati as Kit's foster mother, Victoria Jackson as Aunt Grace, and T.J. Storm as Grant's master.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In July 2006, producer Aki Komine received special permission from Toei to produce a pre-show pilot for an American production of Kamen Rider. Komine approached filmmaker and long-time Kamen Rider fan Steve Wang and his brother Michael Wang to help develop, write, and direct a pre-show pilot. Komine subsequently obtained the rights after Toei was pleased with the pre-show pilot. The show then received independent financing from Komine and his partner Fumio Sebata.[11] According to early licensing information for the series, Adness Entertainment had intended to also film a feature-length movie for Dragon Knight.[13] In an interview, Steve Wang stated that they had written a story for a film, but that Adness was now raising money to bring over another Kamen Rider for broadcast in the US rather than a film or a second season of Dragon Knight.[14]

Writing[edit]

Komine chose to adapt Kamen Rider Ryuki for merchandising purposes due to the amount of Kamen Riders and monsters the show had. Steve employed his brother Michael and long-time friend Nathan Long to write the show. Long and the Wang brothers wrote the story and structure of the show to connect with the action/effects footage of Kamen Rider Ryuki, a technique done in previous Americanizations such as Godzilla, King of the Monsters!, Power Rangers and Saban's Masked Rider. Some key elements and minor characteristic traits from Kamen Rider Ryuki were kept but other elements had to be remade to meet the standards and practices for American children's programming. Bandai initially pushed the filmmakers to aim the show for five-year-old children but Steve wished to aim the show towards a young adult audience.[11]

Title[edit]

Toei has officially marketed the Kamen Rider franchise as 'Masked Rider' for foreign markets.[15] However, Wang convinced Toei to keep the title of the show as Kamen Rider instead of Masked Rider, stating, 'Growing up, I never watched ‘Masked Rider’… it was always KAMEN RIDER and seeing it called ‘Masked’ always felt strange. I’m just not a fan of using descriptions to name a character such as ‘Masked’. That’s like calling Darth Vader 'Armored Sith Lord'. It’s silly to me.'[11] This decision was also made to distance the series with Saban's earlier Masked Rider TV series (an adaptation of Kamen Rider Black RX).

Filming[edit]

Akihiro “Yuji” Noguchi choreographed the action sequences of the show. Due to the show using a majority of the action/effects footage of Kamen Rider Ryuki, pre-planning was established so that the new footage matched the backgrounds and stunts of the Japanese footage however, the crew shot a majority of new footage to use less of the Japanese footage on some episodes. The suits for the Kamen Riders and monsters were re-fabricated and sent by Toei. The costume department was always on-set to have the suits camera-ready due to taking 'abuse' not only from the American production but the previous Japanese production. The suit for General Xaviax was the only original design from the American production, designed by Steve Wang.[16]

International broadcasts[edit]

Dragon Knight was shown in Brazil on Rede Globo during its TV Globinho programming block before being replaced by a re-run of Dragonball in September 2009[17] (due to the early and daily exhibition); Brazil's Cartoon Network was then the only venue airing the show until it came back to TV Globinho as a part of its Saturday Morning timeblock in January, 2010. The show was aired in Mexico on Televisa[18] and in Venezuela on Venevisión. It also aired in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein on RTL II.[19] but RTL II cancelled the show after 17 episodes due to low ratings.[20] The dubbed version of the series also aired on Indonesian's free-to-air TV channel Indosiar on Sunday mornings at 6:00 am (UTC+07:00). There were plans in 2009 to air the series in Colombia on Caracol TV,[21] in Italy on Mediaset,[22][23] in Latin America on Cartoon Network,[24] and on other Cartoon Network affiliates in Southeast Asia, the Philippines, India, Pakistan, and Australia.[25][26] On the Australian digital free-to-air channel GO! the show airs on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 am.[27]

It was also broadcast in Japan on Toei's satellite subscription channel Toei Channel in the fall of 2009 as part of the Heisei Kamen Rider series 10th Anniversary project.[28] Voice actors brought onto the project include Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Kit/Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, Hiroki Takahashi as Richie Preston/Kamen Rider Incisor, Hiroshi Kamiya as Chris Ramirez/Kamen Rider Sting, Hideo Ishikawa as Vic Frasier/Kamen Rider Wrath and Takahiro Sakurai as Danny Cho/Kamen Rider Axe. The dub was then aired again on TV Asahi in 2010.

Previous actors from the Kamen Rider franchise who lend their voices to the cast include:

  • Rikiya Koyama (Joe The Haze in Black RX) as Frank Taylor.
  • Satoshi Matsuda (Ren Akiyama/Kamen Rider Knight in Ryuki) as Len/Kamen Rider Wing Knight.
  • Yuria Haga (Mari Sonoda in 555 and Mio Suzuki in Kiva) as Maya Young.
  • Kōji Yusa (Urataros in Den-O) as Drew Lansing/Kamen Rider Torque.
  • Tomokazu Sugita (Kivat-bat the 3rd in Kiva) as JTC/Kamen Rider Strike.
  • Kenji Matsuda (Kamen Rider Zanki in Hibiki and Jiro/Garulu in Kiva) as Grant Staley/Kamen Rider Camo.
  • Shouma Yamamoto (Takato Shiramine/Kamen Rider Rey in Kiva: King of the Castle in the Demon World and Taiga Nobori/Kamen Rider Saga in Kiva) as Brad Barrett/Kamen Rider Thrust.
  • Ryouta Murai (Yusuke Onodera/Kamen Rider Kuuga in Decade) as Albert Cho/Kamen Rider Spear.
  • Miyuki Sawashiro (Kiva-la in Decade) as Kase/Kamen Rider Siren.
  • Hōchū Ōtsuka (Deneb in Den-O) as Xaviax.
  • Tsuyoshi Koyama (Kamen Rider Odin / the Visor Voice in Ryuki) as Eubulon.

On TV Asahi affiliate broadcasts of the Japanese-dubbed Dragon Knight, the song 'Dive into the Mirror' by defspiral, is used as the opening theme. The group also performed as Wilma-Sidr for Kamen Rider W. The song 'ANOTHER WORLD', sung by Tatsuhisa Suzuki and Satoshi Matsuda under the pseudonym 'Kit×Len', was used as the ending theme.

International DVD releases[edit]

In addition to airing outside the United States, Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight is available on DVD in certain countries. In Brazil, 13 DVD Volumes containing all 40 episodes were released by PlayArte Home Video even though their site only lists the first two.[29][30] In Germany, 'Season 1 – Vol. The elements of journalism ebook free download. 1' and 'Season 1 – Vol. 2' were released on DVD by EuroVideo and m4e (Made For Entertainment) in February 2010,[31][32][33] but no other volumes were released due to the show's cancellation over there. On July 21, 2010, Toei released the first DVD box set of Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight containing the first 20 episodes along with a DVD release of a Special Event that took place in January 2010 in Japan. Throughout the summer of that year, Toei released 10 DVD Volumes of all 40 episodes as well as a second box set with the last 20.[34] In most parts of Asia, 10 DVD Volumes and 2 DVD box sets of all 40 episodes were released by MediaLink.[35]

Video games[edit]

Developer(s)Natsume (Nintendo DS)
Eighting (Wii)
Publisher(s)D3 Publisher
EngineClimax Heroes (Wii)
Platform(s)Nintendo DS
Wii
Release
  • NA: November 17, 2009
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Genre(s)Fighting
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer (Wii only)

A fighting game based on the series was released for the Nintendo DS and Wii platforms by D3 Publisher on November 17, 2009.

Nintendo DS version[edit]

The Nintendo DS version of the game was developed by Natsume. The player uses Advent Cards to perform special attacks based on how much the Advent Gauge is filled up, with the Final Vent being used when all three bars are full. The Advent Gauge is charged by touching and holding the Rider until all three bars are full. The player must select two different cards before each battle, with Final Vent, the Rider's Contract Beast, and the Rider's primary weapon (sword vent or strike vent, etc.) automatically in each Rider's deck. Contrary to the show, the cards Copy Vent, Steal Vent, Freeze Vent, Confine Vent, and Strange Vent can all be used by any character.

The game's 'Ventara Mode' is a series of missions where the player must fight Advent Beasts and other Riders, with a chance of unlocking them (as well as more Advent Cards) in a certain mission. Xaviax is the final boss for all players except Wrath, who fights Dragon Knight as the final boss due to Wrath being possessed by Xaviax as in the show, and defeating Xaviax yields a different game ending for each of the playable Riders. Xaviax himself becomes a playable character in 'Duel Mode' and 'Advent Master Mode' (an arcade-style mode) once all 13 Riders are unlocked and the player has defeated every mission (including defeating Xaviax himself) available in the 'Ventara Mode' for each Rider. In addition to the 13 Riders and Xaviax, twelve of Xaviax's assorted monsters from the show can be used as playable characters in the 'Duel Mode'.

Despite being a fighting game, it only supports single player.

Wii version[edit]

The Wii version was developed by Eighting and uses a modified engine based on Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes for the PlayStation 2, which was also developed by Eighting. The two games use the same stages and music. Similarly, Dragon Knight and Onyx's character models were recycled from Ryuki and Ryuga's character models. Play mechanics for Dragon Knight, however, were changed significantly. The Rider Gauge (now Advent Gauge) does not charge and can only be filled by attacking the opponent without special attacks. Depending on how much the Advent Gauge is filled up, the player can perform special attacks by using an Advent Card, with the Final Vent being used when the gauge is full. The player can select any Advent Card before each fight. Contrary to the show, each Rider has access to the Advent Cards 'Confine Vent,' and 'Return Vent,' which- respectively- disable an opponent's card and counteract the effects of Confine Vent. Each Rider is allowed to have Six Advent cards at once and while their advent beast is always available the others can only be used once per round. The regular advent and Final Vent are always in a player's arsenal and cannot be removed.

Unlike the DS version, the player can only unlock both Dragon Knight and Wing Knight's survive mode in 'Mirror World' mode while the rest of the Riders have to be unlocked in Arcade Mode. Xaviax is only a non-playable boss in both Mirror World and Arcade Mode. If the game is played with Wrath, who is possessed by Xaviax, the player faces Dragon Knight in Mirror World and Onyx in Arcade mode.

The game's 'Mirror World' mode is a feature not in Climax Heroes and is a series of missions where the player not only fights against other Riders in one-on-one battles, but also defeats foot soldiers in beat 'em up-like stages, which were not featured in the Climax Heroes series until Climax Heroes OOO for the PSP and Wii, with more stages and kaijins. As the player progress, not only is he able to use other Riders, but he gains Rider Points to buy more Advent Cards in Card Mode.

Unlike the single player-only DS version, the Wii release supports up to two players.

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External links[edit]

  • Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight on IMDb
  • Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight at TV.com
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Another, Another Day, Anotherday, Anotherdaygames, Brain-teasing, Brain-teasing Game, Free, Gold, Lance Logic, Lancelogic, Lode, Lode Runer, Lode Runner, Logic, Logic Game, Logic Games, Online, Online Game, Play Puzzle Game, Puzzle

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Archmage
ArchMage is an action game set in a fantasy world where you fight and ride a dragon or a unicorn and destroy hordes of evil monsters to rescue the Lake Shire. ArchMage is an action game set in a fantasy world where you fight, as either a young mage with ..
Size: 12.6 MB, Price: USD $19.95 , License: Shareware, Author: 300AD (kingmania.300ad.com)
Action, Fantasy, Game, Mage, Shooter

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3D Dragon Maze Game
This is an attractive advanced version of classic arcade game. This is an attractive advanced version of classic arcade game. You explore maze leveles, collect bonuses, running and jumping in hot pursuit of the funny dragons. Uniquely designed challenging ..
Size: 3.2 MB, Price: USD $19.95 , License: Free to try, Author: Gelios Software (geliosoft.com)
3d, Arcade, Classic, Clone, Dragon, For, Game, Games, Labyrinth, Maze, Pacman, Pc, Popular, Remake, Windows, Xp

Kamen Rider Dragon Knight Characters

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Manic Rider
Get ready for manic rider, a crazy and super fast uphill bike game with some extreme levels to master. Get ready for manic rider, a crazy and super fast uphill bike game with some extreme levels to master. Make sure to practice a couple of times, the ..
Size: 1.8 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: ePlaybus.com (eplaybus.com)
Driving, Manic, Rider, Skill, Sport

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Super Mario Truck Rider
Super Mario Truck Rider is a interesting racing game. Super Mario Truck Rider is a interesting racing game. Super Mario is off on another adventure. Help Super Mario ride his truck to the end of all levels without losing control and collect as much points ..
Size: 6.0 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: ePlaybus.com (eplaybus.com)
Mario, Rider, Sport, Super, Truck

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Greedy Knight
In this game you move the knight to collect all the coins and then move back to the starting position. In this game you move the knight to collect all the coins and then move back to the starting position. The knight must move as in the game of chess ..
Size: 339.0 KB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: novelgames.com (novelgames.com)
Greedy, Knight, Puzzle

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Dragon Dollars for Mac OS
Dragon themed slot machine game. Dragon themed slot machine game. During normal play the Fiery Dragon acts as a wildcard and substitutes for all symbols except scattered Lucky Coins. Dragon Dollars has two entirely different free games features and the ..
Size: 20.5 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: Pokie Magic (pokiemagic.com)
Dragon Dollars

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Dragon UnPACKer
Dragon UnPACKer is a game archive (Quake PAK, etc. Dragon UnPACKer is a game archive (Quake PAK, etc.) unpacking tool. It is plugin based making easier to add new archive file formats. Dragon UnPACKer has a convert ability and raw search function for ..
Size: 2.7 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: Dragon Software (sourceforge.net)
Big, Extract, Extract, Extractor, Game, Quake, Unpack, Unpacker

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Dragon UnPACKer 5.6.2 B268
Dragon UnPACKer is a game archive (Quake PAK, etc. Dragon UnPACKer is a game archive (Quake PAK, etc.) unpacking tool. It is plugin based making easier to add new archive file formats. Dragon UnPACKer has a convert ability and raw search function for ..
Size: 2.7 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: Dragon Software (sourceforge.net)
Big, Extract, Extract, Extractor, Game, Quake, Unpack, Unpacker

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DragonRider Kids: Defenders of the Sky Free Game
Every child born gets a baby dragon as a lifelong campanion and friend. Dragon and child form an unbreakbale bond. Download DragonRider Kids: Defenders of the Sky today! Join the .. It is the time of the Dragons.
Humans and dragons are friends.
Size: 22.8 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: Mobile Game Arcade LLC (goingappmobile.com)

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Candy Dragon Flyer-Shoot Bug Surfers free by Appgevity llc
It's the sweetest game ever? Please note: Candy Dragon Flyer-Shoot Bug Surfers free by Appgevity llc is completely free to play but some .. Surf and fly on dragons your way through endless levels in this delicious and addictive tasty adventure. It's ..
Size: 11.7 MB, Price: Free, License: Freeware, Author: AppgevityLLC (appgevity.com)

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Bubble Bobble Ultima
Remake of a popular classic game Bubble Bobble. Bubble Bobble Ultima is what every fan of the classic arcade Bubble Bobble
simply has to have. This brand new game features the full story of the
famous little dragons Bub and Bob whose world ..
Size: 5.4 MB, Price: USD $24.95 , License: Shareware, Author: TERMINAL Studio (terminal-games.com)
Arcade, Bob, Bub, Bubble, Bubble Bobble, Bubble Bobble Game, Bubble Bobble Quest, Bubblebobble, Bubblebobble Quest, Bubbles, Cheat, Classic, Download, Dragon, Free, Freeware, Fun, Game, Get, Magic

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Hardwood Spades
Hardwood Spades is an addictive classic card game teamed with gorgeous graphics and intriguing gameplay. Played on a rustic hardwood table, this revamped classic lures you in with a colorful medieval theme featuring enchanting music and imagery. The ..
Size: 7.0 MB, Price: USD $24.95 , License: Shareware, Author: Silver Creek Entertainment (silvercrk.com)
3d, Card Game, Cards, Character, Chat, Classic, Custom, Dragon, Fairy, Fantasy, Fun, Game, Graphics, Hardwood, Internet, Magic, Medieval, Multiplayer, Music, On-line
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