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Description

Dash. Collect. Die. Repeat.
A deceptively simple game about timing.
From the makers of One More Line
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"One More Dash Is My New King Of Time Wasters" Kotaku

"A Finger Tapping, Eye Popping, Mind Drug” Grabit Magazine

"8/10 A simple arcade game that fizzes in just about all the right ways" : Pocket Gamer

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Simple and intense gameplay
Slick design with dozens of unlock-able colour themes and avatars
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Mission system to keep you coming back, over 300 missions to complete.
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Original music by Sydney composer Batterie: Listen / Buy here: http://batterie.com.au/listen/

What's New

Version 1.1

- Added the vocoder voices!
- Reduced filesize for faster downloading

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

878 Ratings

878 Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Like an ultra-modern Frogger, One More Dash is all about strategic pauses between frantic bursts of motion. Visually minimalist, this addictive game propels you between rounds as you simply tap the screen to advance between circles. But it’s not so easy—each one is barricaded behind a moving obstacle that requires perfect timing to slip past. The pure joy of design made simple—set to a frenetic pace—turns out to be completely irresistible.

Great, But Needs A Bit More

netdzynr

To echo what others have written, One More Dash is a fun and challenging time waster that looks great. The pace and physics behaviors are well tuned, making for satisfying gameplay. But the gameplay does get repetitive for the reasons stated in other reviews. The challenges simply increase the numbers of tasks to complete, and the order of spinning circle types is repetitive. Rewards should increase as challenges increase in difficulty. The game could seriously use some powerups -- something to break up the monotony and add to the value of earning points and "rings". There are little behavior gems that pop up now and then, such as rebounding back a few circles without dying, but these are too few and too intermittent. Regardless, One More Dash is a very entertaining title, and hopefully the developers are working on an update to make this great game even greater.

love the game - here are some suggestions

Birdseye1109

- practice mode: like normal
mode except w/o spiked nodes and if you hit the wall you bounce back to where u came from. the only goal is to get as far as you can in 1, 3, or 5 minutes
- optional power-ups: add different color coins that, when collected, do things like: turn the walls transparent (you can now go through them) for a few seconds, give you 5/3 coins, replace the next 5 spiked walls w normal walls, and control the avatar for you for a few seconds (you cant die; it zooms ahead like a bullet in Mario kart or a rocket in doodle jump)
- please make sure theres a way to disable power ups in settings so people can play anchor make game

Information

Seller
SMG STUDIO PTY LTD
Size
109.1 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility
Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© SMG Studio 2015
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Remove Ads $0.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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