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Rating: 4.2/5 (88 votes)
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Mini Dash!

DoraAvailable in your browser or on your mobile device, PlayCreek's insane challenging platforming game Mini Dash is a hop, skip, a buzzsaw, a rocket or dozen, and a jump away from being a walk in the park. All you have to do is use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to get to the exit in each level as fast as possible, nabbing any bonus items you feel like risking your life for. But since the game takes a page or two from Meat Boy's book, you're going to need to master wall jumping, split-second timing, the double jump, and even running on the ceilings to avoid all the hazards that want you dead. Take a hit, and you've earned a one-way ticket to Back-To-The-Start-Of-The-Level Town. Having trouble with a level? Collect three mushrooms to skip it.

Mini Dash!Mini Dash is best described as hectic. While making it to the exit in each level is usually a simple enough task, getting the optional items and making it out fast enough to earn the highest rating is much tougher. If you don't like "twitch gaming", Mini Dash's frenetic pace and unforgiving one-hit K-O is definitely going to be too much for you. If it is your thing, a more pressing annoyance might be figuring out what parts of the scenery you can or can't climb/land on in each level. But with piles of maniacal levels encompassing a variety of unique designs that'll force you to master its controls, Mini Dash is a challenge that will keep you tapping away and grinding your teeth for a long time.

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Heavy spam and irritating music aside, this is a lot of fun.

Until level 1-12 where there's two pools of yellow stuff that you can only escape by mashing the jump key. And it's not even reliable behaviour moving up through it. It's just painful and boring. Even if you want to kill yourself you have to button mash for ages to swim up to impale yourself.


Meh...these Meat Boy clones always seem to fall flat to me. Not to mention there are way too many background elements that are only for show, and there doesn't seem to be a good system to let you know where you are aiming to go until you have died several times trying to figure out where they hid the door. Not for me, this one...hope others enjoy it more than I did!


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