King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare

King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare

By FunPlus

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-07-13
  • Current Version: 5.6.0
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 235.38 MB
  • Developer: FunPlus
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 9,673 App Reviews)
  • Price:
King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare App Ratings: 4
Based on 9,673 App Reviews

King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare App Details

Make friends and battle enemies across the globe, your dragon and throne await! With more than 50,000,000 downloads, players from nearly 150 countries, and countless recommendations by App Store, brace yourself for a legendary mobile adventure! Get your armor on, the hottest real-time MMO of 2019 is here! Raise your dragon and build your army in the quest to lift Excalibur and become the King. Taste power and victory while making friends and enemies along the way. Chat, help, trade and wage war with players around the globe. King Arthur’s death has left an empty throne. Get ready to get medieval; the battle to conquer the kingdom has started! -=FEATURES=- ◆ Unique Dragons in Each Castle: Each player has a unique Dragon that they can raise and customize with special abilities, making each battle unique. The dragon’s abilities benefit the player's city development, resource gathering, and training. ◆ Alliances and Diplomacy: Players form Alliances together - constructing, defending, and attacking together. Alliances cooperate with each other and live together, managing diplomatic relationships as a team. They might lose battles together, but they can also win the war together. ◆ Global Server: King of Avalon players all over the world could battle together for the Excalibur to become the rightful ruler of their kingdom. SUPPORT Are you having problems? Visit Privacy Policy: Facebook fanpage: Terms of Service: The price of monthly subscription is $29.99, and lasts for 1 month. After purchasing, players will get exclusive privileges in game. Please note: 1. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase 2. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period 3. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal 4. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the your Account Settings after purchase PLEASE NOTE: King of Avalon is completely free to download and play, however some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases in your device's settings. A network connection is also required. Do you have what it takes to become the King?


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App Reviews

  • All Your Ads Are Clickbait And The People Who Actually Live In Avalon, CA Are Angry

    By BetaPichuIII
    Read, the, title
  • Good

    By jay89102
  • Amazing!!!

    By Lawman_71730
    I've been playing KOA for about 7-8 months and I absolutely love it. The constant game changes and new challenges make me want to play more. If your looking for a game to play this is definitely the game to start.
  • King of Avalon is Awesome!

    By BMV316
    Best phone game I have played in a long time, developers are involved and listen to feedback, there are always users online. It’s a fun war strategy game and you can progress fairly far into the game without having to $pend. My opinion, this game is awesome!
  • YouTube Ad

    By Jonadon
    I downloaded this game because I saw a YouTube ad of it and thought it looked bad. I downloaded it. After playing it for a few seconds I realized two things. 1) It was nothing like the ad I had seen (shocking I know) and 2) it seemed a bit like Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire, which is also bad and a total cash grab. After playing a few more seconds I realized it would almost certainly be a similar experience. At that point I wrote this review. I can almost guarantee this game is a cash grab and you shouldn’t waste your time on it.
  • Too many updates too soon

    By LancePhillip
    Started out fun and I enjoyed it. A handful of players usually ruin the game for most players, but you can outlast most of their pocket books with a little patience because that’s what it takes to play. Now with the latest updates patience doesn’t cut it. It’s all about the money. Money for events? That was new. Money to progress further without free option. Some aspects of the game require a little longevity to reach. It gets taken away by frequent updates and “has to be reset.” So all in all, the game is tanking and they are squeezing every last penny from it before she flatlines. I will probably stop playing soon.
  • So many confusing things...

    By E=m(crit)^2
    I’ve been playing this game for a while now, and I really like the premise. It’s a medieval themed game, you can train soldiers that look cool and have names that are cool, if not the most historically accurate. There’s a high degree of strategy and customization, so you can focus on exactly what you want, which is great. The problem is there are simply too many things in the game. Every single facet of the game has so many things to focus on that I simply cannot keep track of them all. A prime example of this are the quests. There are always 8-10 quests going on, some I like, like the golem, but many just introduce new items specific to that quest, and new mechanics that you have to learn, that it’s impossible to remember them all, and when I open the game I spend more time figuring out what something is that actually playing. I try to just focus on the main few things, troops, equipment, research, and dragon spirit, and i still don’t even fully understand all of those things. I have to just ignore the quests because I don’t get them anyway. Some people say that the game is pay to win, and I’d agree. If you want to be the best, you’re going to need to drop a lot of money into this. But I’m an average player who doesn’t mind losing occasionally, and I haven’t spent a penny. My overall problem is that there are too many things that get confusing, and the quests just clutter up my screen. I feel bad for anyone playing on a small screen, since I don’t know how you can see anything. They need to stop adding a million new things every update. It’s too much to process.
  • Thanks please read game creator

    By unspeakabel lover girl
    Thank you so much for the age needed to play being 9+ because most games have higher age recommendations but you made a good game I can play 😁☺️😆😄😀😺
  • Repetitive Redundancy

    By Skynner McGee
    This game is just another of the same design that's popular in the asias and european countries and over used to the point that it's now the most boring concept offered by developers. It's poorly drawn, poorly developed and a blatant money sucker. If you really want to give your money to people who fund terrorists just so you can get your fake status in your fake world, then you deserve to be this developers personal bank. U N I N S T A L L E D
  • Kia

    By nappydog
    Fun game