Cute Dragon

How many dress up games have you already played? Now dress up games are gaining their popularity and this new colorful flash dress up game Cute Dragon will be very appreciated by the girls, who really fond of new fresh dress up games.

Do you want to have a pet? And if you want, what animal do you want to choose? As usual, people choose quite common pets animals such as cute puppies, nice kittens, fluffy hamsters and pretty cavies or may be funny parrots. And what if, you can have something really extraordinary? What if not all the dragons died out during the Ice Age? Imagine you have a real little dragon your new friend. How would you call him?

In this pretty dress up game you can dress up this cute little dragon. Choose his clothes tops among the big variety of nice little shirts, bottoms: small shorts and, of course, a cool cap. Matching and mixing pieces of clothing is plenty of fun! Also, here a player can choose little dragon’s skin color and face impression. You can also change background and go with your new little friend to a playground to rock on the swings or just go for a walk! According to different background you can choose his accessories: a photo camera, a log, a basket with apples or a delicious chicken.

This game was originally designed for girls, it’s very easy to play. Beautiful bright and vivid colors make it really very cute and lighthearted.

There are a hint and a random button that can give you some nice ideas as for the image. Also, you can share it with your friends or print it and put it in the frame.

Have fun playing our free dress up games!

Original Author: Full Bio
Anastartem, flash online games’ developer

About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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