In a manner that reminds me of both old text-adventure games and a choose your own adventure title. Choice of Games has made a cute little ChoiceScript game called Choice of the Dragon, where you play the role of, you guessed it, a dragon. The game takes approximately an hour to finish, is available on your PC's choice of browser, Android, and iPhone.
As Chris Dahlen of Edge notes (the article also has him speaking with the creators), it plays almost like a Meyers-Briggs personality test, with you gaining points on binary systems of Brutality vs. Finesse, Cunning vs. Honor, Disdain vs. Vigilance, as well as measuring your Infamy, Wealth, and any wounds you may have suffered. Each decision relates to your stats and increasing them at the cost of its appropriate opposite. Infused with charm and quite a bit of smarmy humor (I imagine the narrator's voice as dry and sarcastic with a bit of teasing thrown in for good measure), it plays on a few of the tropes of the garden variety fantasy RPGs out there.
Something I noted during my play is that I created a male dragon, and when given the option of looking for a mate, I was able to pursue another dashing male dragon. Woohoo! Too bad I was a bit too ruthless for him.
Also, for our scripting nerds out there, they have a post on their blog discussing the game's script.