This is a 2018-remastered version of the original game. Now with MFI gamepad support, slightly improved gameplay, but all the good old fun of the original version.
See if you have the skills of the 90's arcade games, survive the many levels by running and jumping, collecting coins, and unlocking special Temple levels.
Stardash is all about gameplay thrown at you in awesome retro graphics and original chiptunes.
** OTHERS SAY:
"all the ingredients needed for platforming excellence" - iFanzine
"Orange Pixel nailed everything they were going for in this veritable symphony of old school gaming." - Appolicious
"back to my early years, playing my favorite platform games" - unbound gamer
"if you’re not gonna grab this, you will miss something truly wonderful" - app-score
- fixed minor freeze issues
Ratings and Reviews
Perfect old school platformer.
Very smart, reflex (and patience) based platformer. Demand for timing and precision ramps up quickly as the levels/worlds progress, which keeps gameplay exciting.
As a bonus, the four ways of beating each level (coins, dash, flip, key) give each of the short levels multiple and distinct feels.
Very smart indeed.
A star off for minor bugs (ie, you can use flip from a previous level on a later level without earning it; sometimes entering later levels requires an exit and enter again to get the right one), but all around a killer platformer that gets hard. Lamers will hate this game.
This game captures the look and feel of a 1990's Game Boy platformer. It's programmed very well with controls that are consistent and easy to learn. The levels look pretty simple, but are quite difficult as they progress. The time stars are a real challenge! Amazing work overall. I've put hours into this game and enjoyed it for over 2 years at this point. Woot!
Great game, needs tweaking
It's like playing an old, but yet new, gameboy game. Very cool throwback. That said the proximity to enemies kills needs work--you'll die when you don't touch them. In a weird way the quirks that need fixing almost remind me even more of the retro carts...
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