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Dragon City Game by Social Point Reaches Broadest User Base Yet through Optimization for Intel® Atom™ Tablets for Android*

Optimization brings Dragon City to a new, even broader mobile gaming audience worldwide.

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The creators of Dragon City, one the world's best loved mobile video games, have today announced that the hit game is now available for download on Intel® Atom™ tablets for Android*.  This new collaboration between Intel and mobile game-maker, Social Point, will see Dragon City reach an even larger base of mobile device users than ever before.

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Dragon City is one of the most downloaded apps in the global mobile gaming space. The game transports players to a magical land of floating islands where they can breed, nurture and collect hundreds of amazing dragons. There are 10 different categories of dragon to breed and combine to create stunning new hybrids. Players can build and customize their own Dragon City with farms, special buildings and an array of gorgeous decorations, whilst social integration means they can visit and send gifts to their friends.

They can also train their dragons for fiery duels against thousands of online opponents. With hundreds of fun goals and challenges and new dragons landing on Dragon City every week, there's always something new and exciting to discover.

Dragon City's new compatibility for Android* tablets offers players a whole new visual experience. The high-resolution display enhances the game's stunning graphics, making for a genuine feast for the eyes. And lightweight portability means players can bring their Dragon City with them wherever they go. 

As an Intel® Software Partner, Social Point enjoys access to a variety of business and technical resources throughout the optimization process via the Intel® Developer Zone.

"Dragon City is a highly immersive, engaging and social experience for players all over the world," says Andrés Bou, CEO and co-Founder of Social Point. "More than 50 million people play Dragon City every month. By enabling the app for Android* tablets, we are opening the game out to a new and even larger user base. And the more players there are, the more socially interactive and engaging the game becomes."

Dragon City is available for immediate download at Google Play:

About Social Point:

Founded by Horacio Martos and Andrés Bou in 2008, Social Point is one of the world's leading developers of games for mobile. With a fan base of more than 50 million active monthly players across the world, Social Point's games are consistently in the top-ranking and top-grossing titles, and are delivered by a team of more than 200 international developers, designers and business development professionals. Based out of Barcelona, Social Point is on a mission to connect the world through awesomely fun and immersive gameplay. Find out more at

About Intel Developer Zone

The Intel Developer Zone supports developers and software companies of all sizes and skill levels with technical communities, go-to-market resources and business opportunities. To learn more about becoming an Intel Software Partner, join the Intel Developer Zone.

Intel, the Intel logo and Intel Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.

*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

Copyright © 2014 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

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