provides a lot of variation in layouts, with 100 different “Dragons,” or tile layouts. These layouts are divided almost evenly into five categories based on size: Tiny, Small, Normal, Big, and Huge.
The object of the game is to match similar available tiles. Selecting a similar pair of available tiles will remove them from the board and can reveal additional tiles. A tile is considered “Available” if it has an available side (left or right only) that is not in contact with another tile. The concept is simple, allowing anyone to jump in and start playing. But it will take practice to do well and much more practice to master.
Inevitably, you’ll eventually get to a point where you’ve left yourself no available moves. When this happens, Dragon Puzzle informs you with a chime sound effect. At this point, you can click on the “Shuffle” button on the right side of the screen to shuffle the tiles around to continue playing from there.