Dragalia Lost

Dragalia Lost for Pc

  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-16
  • Current version: 1.0.6
  • File size: 2.32 GB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Dragalia Lost on your Windows PC

Download Dragalia Lost for Windows: Dragalia Lost is an Games App, developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd.. The Games App was officially released 2018-09-26. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Nintendo Co., Ltd., with the latest current version being 1.0.6 which was officially released on 2018-10-16. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 34,121 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 5 out of a possible 5.

Using Dragalia Lost on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Dragalia Lost on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Dragalia Lost for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Dragalia Lost in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Dragalia Lost application icon. A window of Dragalia Lost will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Dragalia Lost icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Dragalia Lost

Developer Description

■ 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.

App Reviews

  • Honestly THE best Gotcha’ Around

    By Orafaun
    I’ve played this game for three weeks since it’s release and I can say for certain it is the best game of its genre. The polish and attention that was put into this game is astounding and should be a shining example to all other games out there. The UI is so easy to use and packed with functionality. Example: on any screen long press and icon and it will take you to that items full details. The character design is wonderfully deep. Each character has a back story that is thoughtfully detailed. The gameplay itself feels expertly refined. And, unlike most other “Gotcha’” type games, the lower tier characters aren’t unusable. They can hold their own in your team no matter what level of content you are tackling. Plus, there is a system to raise their tier that isn’t super expensive. On top of that, the game is very free-to-play friendly. The developers are very generous with the premium currency that is earned in game so you will have plenty of chances to get new adventurers, dragons, and wyrmprints. Lastly, the first raid event just ended and the Halloween on just started today. These story events are very fun and they bring with them new characters to earn and collect. Again, the developers are very generous with the event offerings. I can’t recommend this game highly enough. If you are a fan of this type game, Nintendo, or cute characters you should try this game.
  • Real review

    By MissyDooDah
    First of all, absolutely love this game (hence the five star rating!) the game play is beautiful for a mobile game, there are so many things that you can do to keep entertained and on top of all of that IT IS NOT A PAY TO PLAY GAME. Nintendo has absolutely outdone themselves with this game, I actually wish it was on a console it’s so much fun to play! The story line is cute, touching, and there are so many back stories to every single character that you can easily get lost in the lore of the game. The game play is outstanding and there’s a co-op part so you can play with your friends or make new ones! I’m surprised by how well my phone plays the game with all the different actions that happen on the screen but it all goes through flawlessly. The only criticism that I could possible think of for Dragalia lost is I wish it was easier to move around on the screen instead of specific arrows that point you in ever which way. It does make it difficult to turn towards a new enemy or move from place to place during a timed boss battle when you have to move quickly to kill everyone before time runs out. Other than that I think this is a game for everyone. There’s battles, you can collect characters/dragons/cards, you can forge your own weapons and build your kingdom while playing with friends! Thank you Nintendo for the beautiful games to release!
  • Very Early Review

    By Kayo Moon
    I’ve only played two chapters but wow! This game is pretty amazing! I’ve played a fair share of these types of rpg games but this one is very well made. The music is really catchy and fun. I love the unique walking screen at the main menu. The graphics are really good and the story is decent. I’m not much of a fan of the “cliche” fantasy plot in these games, but it does have some interesting element to it with the mysterious girl probably being the sister from the future. I have seen similar parallels to fire emblem heroes in which you must summon heroes and level them up. So far the plot reminds me of fire emblem awakening a bit so that’s a good thing. The gameplay feels very refreshing to me and I love moving my character smoothly across the screen with his friends following him behind. This game is super big so make sure that you got enough space to download. I didn’t realize that after you download the game you have to download all the chapters as well. So far the only real complaint I have about the game is the kinda “cliche plot” but that’s really more of a nitpick since I expect that type of plot in these types of games. I’ll probably write a better review later on when I’ve played the game more. It’s really cool that these two company’s collabed together. This is quite amazing and clean so far. Great job guys!
  • Nintendo, Save Us!

    By Roosh77
    A new Action RPG in the App Store? ...Ugh. Let’s see how quickly it goes from it’s cliched, cumbersome tutorial with some ambiguous fairy/sprite, to its first Cash Store ad! For me, it seems to be usually 5-10 minutes. When you think about it, this is ridiculous, and it’s only been getting worse as creators are straight up just copy/pasting assets and uploading them onto here. But when players are, as they say, voting with their wallets and these wallets are being opened to lower and lower standards, why would a developer do anything else? So, in-between the 3470th and 3471th (probably too low an estimate honestly) Chinese ARPG knockoff, Nintendo bursts onto a dismal scene, giving hope to many of us. With the early looks I’ve had into the game, this has not been misplaced...yet. Forgive me, but I feel like the hundreds (if not way more) I’ve spent on trying to find decent iOS games (both Paid and Pay2Win) allows me to still be skeptical until we have a good number of players with a decent chunk hitting “endgame” content. BUT, with this being Nintendo, who has shown it can make fun, fully functioning games without holding your wallet hostage, I am willing to believe again that my dream of a highly addictive, captivating, complex, truly rewarding ARPG on iOS is STILL possible in 2018, and beyond.
  • Gachaception

    This game is absolutely incredible. I love Gacha games and this one (at least so far) has been one of the best I have ever played. Think of a game like league of legends where each champion has its own set of moves and you control that specific character from a top down. Each character you get feels pretty unique and it seems that basically all characters are viable. I was actually more excited for some of the 3* characters I pulled because they looked so awesome compared to the one 5* I pulled and they were still just as viable. On top of this, you can equip each hero with a Dragon or some type of creature they can transform into mid combat which feels great. You can turn into many things beyond a dragon, as I have a unicorn transformation already. Really hope they add a bear form. Top all of this off with the BEST control scheme for any mobile game you’ve ever played and note that Nintendo made this. This game is so polished and put together, has huge life ahead of it, and most of all, is FUN. I mean the gameplay itself is fun and I’m not just autoing everything, collecting currency in order to summon, I’m actually having fun playing the game. I really recommend you try this one and don’t sweat rerolling. Good luck!
  • I never thought I’d enjoy a free to play mobile game

    By HeadAboveWater
    but here I am and I can’t put Dragalia Lost down. The gameplay is simple and satisfying with taps, presses, and dragging of one finger doing everything. The visuals are amazing and akin to some Fire Emblem art. The music is catchy and the English text translated by the ninjas of the game industry over at 8-4 absolutely bring the characters to life. All of this sounds great and I’d expect it to be ruined once it’s wrapped up in all the free to play game tropes that drain the fun out of anything. This isn’t the case with Dragalia. It does have a stamina bar, a handful of different currencies that can be bought and are individually used to level up different things, but none of that have felt like it’s held me back from playing and enjoying the game. It is a grind and you can pay to alleviate some of that but I don’t feel compelled to. I do feel like I’d buy a pack of resources but only because I’m enjoying the game so much and I’ve never felt that while playing a mobile game. Give the game a shot if you enjoy quick co op dungeon runs that reward you with EXP and resources used to upgrade your characters.
  • Review to freemium model

    By Damentas
    So to put simply I’ll start with this is a very addictive game and it does a good job but let’s start with a full roll it’ll cost you between 30-40 dollars u.s. also it is a pay to win game I’ve played everyday and I’m overly enjoying myself so don’t let this discourage you there’s plenty to do and if you pay attention to the crafting, your halidom and mana wheel you’ll be plenty strong for events and story this is a co-op game no pvp at the moment so really there no stress because the single player isn’t difficult just work on your characters and play your daily events also clear your daily objectives but if your gonna pay (Warning to buyers) stockpile is my recommendation buy your weekly single options and the weekly gold mana and fifty gems don’t spend them save them 20-30 dollars a week will basically get you a roll so you save money but again save it so you can snipe a banner you really want trust me the gacha can be unforgiving so you’ll want more rolls .if your gonna spend patience and be smart if all goes well you’ll have really cool stuff I hoped this help someone
  • Better than Sonic and the Secret Rongs

    By Hobohitler69
    This game is fun, the combat is active enough to remain engaging and the simple controls allow me to play with one hand while I teach with the other. The story is cute enough that I read it and I do not skip it, but it is self aware in the fact that it knows it’s not breaking any new grounds. The music is bouncy and fun and I very much enjoy the J-influence in it. The characters seem to have potential and by that I mean I can see them releasing cool characters that will make me want to spend money on this game ( not a bad thing). For now it is fun and free as of writing I have not spent any money but I would gladly drop 5 dollars on this game. Nintendo and partners do well to bring a fun, simple, yet subtly neck deep experience to my phone and I continue to play their games as they feel they have effort put in. I can tell the most love has gone into the character design so I really look forward to seeing if they build on an expanding roster of interesting characters, or if they choose to expound upon the current main ones. I give this game a Hippopotamus out of 5. Good job guys!
  • Good game so far, but...

    By Mardek775
    So I have been playing this game since the release (back in Thursday). I must say, it is one of the most unique games I have played. The game feels like a shortened rouge like/dungeon game. Very good Nintendo. However, I can see that as time goes by, the grinding begins to show. Especially where I am now. I am currently on chapter 6 and beginning from the last part of chapter 5, it has definitely become a lot harder. My allies keep dying on me really fast. So of course, I must grind the events that give out the most exp. However, even doing that won’t get you anywhere after awhile, as they stop giving the gold crystals after like 2 or 3 tries. So of course, either you keep grinding those events, or you spend money on the premium currency and get there potentially faster. That’s right. Potentially. It seems that you can’t get those exp crystals directly, so there is a place where you can buy 10 items for 100 of the premium currency. However, it starts to get more expensive with each purchase of those 10 items. I hope everyone see’s where this is going. That is why I give this game 4/5.
  • Outstanding game! Must try!

    By Anonymous3845
    First impressions about this game were hesitant. I’m a fan of similar games, but I tend to easily lose interest due to the repetition, grinding, and minimal story. This game, however, has such a variety that I’m hooked. Instead of fitting into one category of game, this seems to have a little bit of different game styles that mingle well together. You actually interact with the missions and fighting, you have a castle that you can build and gain resources from, the characters you can collect are interesting and each has a unique story you can unlock, there is coop that works well (though you might not find many players using it on the campaign missions). Above all this, the unique dragon ability is so much fun, and I can’t resist using it as much as possible in game. Lastly, there are in game purchases, but the game has never made me feel like I needed to buy them to progress or get something new. You are rewarded enough that you can easily get fun new characters, dragons, and gear that you can try out. A perfect way to handle this kind of detail.