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The goal of the game is to win each battle by eliminating other players in order to control the map. Players send forth dragons from their lairs to attack, and there are 3 upgradable lair types, each with different abilities.

Players must decide how to use these unique lairs and dragons to their best advantage to win. The arcade style gameplay makes this real-time strategy game highly accessible, even to players new to the genre.

There are 3 primary game modes:
•  Online via Game Center: 2v2 team or PvP matches with up to 4 friends or random players online.
•  Nearby via LAN: Up to 6 can play in fully configurable skirmishes on a local network or Wi-Fi.
•  Single Player: Skirmish against computer controlled bots while offline.
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