Dash Masters

Dash Masters

Describing Dash Masters is a hard task – the app is an arcade game that looks a lot like other such games so there is not that much to say. Yet, we have to write something…

Here you assume the role of some dude that wears a fancy suit and that has to save the world once again. The main idea behind the game is to always jump higher and higher, hence the “dash” word. To do this you have to touch the display of your Android device left and right to make your character jump left and right. By doing this you can also collect items that lie in your way. You will meet enemies, though, but you can destroy them with rockets. In addition the suit that you are wearing will bring you additional protection and power-ups so you are not totally lost in your mission to save the world. Dash Masters also comes with nice 2D visuals and nice sound effects but this is about everything we can say about these two important game features – simply all you get here is average.

To sum it up, Dash Masters is an average arcade game where you will jump a lot while trying to avoid enemies. The app cannot be really distinguished from other such games and given that all the features here are average, there’s not much to say about this game. Dash Masters is not a bad game but it does not bring a lot – you can still try it if you are a fan of the genre.

Dash Masters can be found here on Google Play.

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