Tower Dash

Tower Dash

As you should know by now there’s a certain number of Google Play games that can drive you nuts in a matter of seconds. They are simply too hard! And Tower Dash is one of them.

The game is very simple and perhaps this is the reason why it comes with no story behind or a tutorial. There’s just a single slide that shows you how to play it. Basically you have to climb a tower by tapping on the display of your Android device. You assume the identity of one pixelated creature and then you start climbing. However, if you hit yourself in an obstacle you die and you have to start anew. Given that the tapping you will perform is really quick, chances are you will die in a matter of seconds, again, and again, and again and again. This is why Tower Dash can drive you nuts in a minute but if this is your thing, then go for Tower Dash! Speaking of the game, it comes with really simple pixelated visuals and simple sound effects but this is to be expected from such a game.

All in all Tower Dash is a game for fans of arcade games that have iron nerves. If you do not see yourself in this picture, then skip Tower Dash – you will not be sorry.

Tower Dash is here on Google Play.

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