Dragon-Academy-640x372Team Chaos in Austin launched Dragon Academy, a puzzle adventure game, available on multiple formats including Apple iOS, Android and Facebook.
The free game adds role playing elements to a format similar to Candy Crush Saga and Bejeweled.
Team Chaos released the game last week. It’s available in the Apple iOS App Store and in the Google Play Store and at Facebook.
Serial entrepreneur Andrew Busey, who sold his Challenge Games startup to Zynga and served as its VP and GM in Austin.
Dragon Academy is the latest title from Austin-based Team Chaos, led
by serial entrepreneur Andrew Busey. He is a veteran of the online gaming industry. He recently served as vice president and general manager of Zynga Austin.
“We believe players will have a great time with Dragon Academy because we combine what players love most: a match-3 game with unique
characters: dragons each with its own great personality,” Busey said in a news statement.
In Dragon Academy, the six main character dragons activate special
powers when they are fed mystic runes as they make matches during a
game. Their job is to save the dragon Hatchlings that have been
egg-napped by the mischief-making Wobblins.
Team Chaos co-founder, Ben Lamm, is also CEO and co-founder of Chaotic Moon, a mobile development studio. Dragon Academy is the second title from Team Chaos, following Elements, a Collectible Card Game, that launched in April.