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Imagine Dragons Made a Simple but Nice Game

Last month, Imagine Dragons celebrated the 10th anniversary of their hit “Night Visions.” They released a new edition of the album with all the bells and whistles you could ask for. Bonus tracks, demos, all that jazz. So, the next logical step was to release a video game! Yep, let’s get into it. 


Simple but Nice: 

This isn’t a full-fledged $60 to $70 dollar title where Imagine Dragons outsourced it to a developer. As I’m sure you can tell, this is a 64-pixel, isometric, point and click puzzle game. Now, I get that it’s really difficult to see that with just the picture. So if you’re curious, then I’ve linked the image above to the site where you can play it!

You’ll be tasked with collecting a variety of different items to fix up the band’s old Dragon Wagon.  They’ve got to get back on tour, after all! And how will you be doing that? Not just by clicking on random things- we’ll that’s sort of true- but really you’ll be playing mini-games! These mini-games go over the history Imagine Dragons has cultivated over the years in some form. Whether it’d be through a crude “fighting” game inspired by the ‘Radioactive” music video or a Galaga-style mini-game, it’s a cute experience. 

So, if you love Imagine Dragons and want to take a trip down memory lane with some cute games, then it’s all yours! For more on your favorites and unknown check out our Word and Drops sections.

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