Apple has revealed its free App of the Week and the honor goes to 'Dragon Hills.' More details on the title and direct App Store link can be found here.
Dragon Hills Is Apple's Free App Of The Week - Retails For $1.99 On A Regular Day
Dragon Hills is a fun little title for both the iPhone and iPad, and retails for a price of $1.99 on a usual day. But thankfully, Apple has brought down Dragon Hills' price to absolutely zero for an extremely limited period of time, so that users can see for themselves what the hype is all about.
From the App Store:
Are all Princesses really waiting for Princes to come and save them? Not this time!
Take control of a very dangerous Dragon in this action-packed adventure and help the furious princess on her revenge mission. Slide down the hills jumping into and out of the ground, crashing and destroying everything on your way.
Chase down the knights, conquer new castles and discover new lands!
The complete set of screenshots accompanying the game on the App Store are as follows:
The aim of the game is extremely simple as outlined in the description above. And if you're a fan of dragons, intuitive gameplay topped off with wonderful and striking graphics then Dragon Hills is definitely for you.
Commanding a price tag of $1.99 on a regular day, Apple has put up the game for download absolutely free for one whole week, meaning you won't be charged a dime if you download it within the one week time period. Even if you don't plan on playing this title, there's no harm in putting it away safely in your list of 'Purchases,' as all it takes for you is to tap that 'Get' button in the App Store and cancel the download afterwards.
Dragon Hills is a universal game, which means it will work on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch regardless of the screen size. Hence you don't have to manage multiple downloads of the game if you have different sized devices at home.
Simply tap on this link to initiate the download. And remember - you have only one week, after which this offer will be taken down. Also keep in mind that in the past we've seen a lot of developers keeping their apps and games in the free zone even when the App of the Week time period is over, but we can't say the same for Dragon Hills.