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Out of nowhere, Nintendo smartphone game Dragalia Lost now available in UK

The wait was dragon on.

We've been waiting a while for Dragalia Lost, Nintendo's latest smartphone game, which was released in Japan and the US last September.

Well surprise! With little fanfare it has popped up this morning here in the UK, available from both the iOS App Store and Google Play.

Dragalia Lost is the work of Japanese mobile developer Cygames and Nintendo itself, and is being marketed as Nintendo's first IP to debut on smart devices.

An action RPG with a chibi art style, Dragalia Lost lets you attack using magic or, handily, via turning into a dragon. You can play in both single-player or four-person multiplayer. Here's a gameplay trailer:

There's no word on why the game has taken so long to reach these shores. Are you going to give it a go?

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