- Summary: The world's favorite robot boy wonder in his own mobile app to celebrate 50 years of Astro Boy Animation! Join Mighty Atom the Astro Boy and his cute robot sister Uran in Astro Boy Dash, an action-packed running game that will push your speed and reflexes to the limit. Based on the famous Astro Boy and Astro Girl manga and anime characters created by Osamu Tezuka.To ensure Atom's safety and optimal functionality, Prof. Ochanomizu conducts daily lectures to teach Atom about his robotic body’s advanced capabilities. But Atom is bored of this daily routine, so he decides to run away from the lab and experience the world on his own.Take control of Astro Boy as he makes a mad dash through the streets and skies of the metropolis. Collect coins to spend on power-ups and valuable robotic upgrades that will help Astro Boy escape Prof. Ochanomizu's boring lectures!How to Play:Steer left and right by tilting your deviceSwipe the screen upward to jumpSwipe the screen downward to slideFeatures:- The world's favorite robotic boy in an epic action running game- Based on the Astro Boy manga and anime characters by Osamu Tezuka- Beautiful 3D graphics and futuristic art style- Play as Atom the mighty Astro Boy or Uran the Astro Girl- Seamless day and night transition- Endless running! Survive as long as you can!- Highly responsive and intuitive controls- Unlock and purchase different costumes- Pick up coins to purchase equipment and power-ups- Connect your game to Facebook to gain access to the Public Leaderboard- Compete with friends and share your in-game achievements**Astroboy Dash supports both mobile phones and tablets****Please note that while this app is free, it contains optional paid content that can be purchased for real money to enhance the game. You can disable in-app purchases by adjusting your device settings. **… Expand
Nov 6, 2013Astro Boy Dash is free-to-play, so anime and endless runner fans won't lose anything by giving it a try. With that said, it really would be a much better game if it had more accurate controls, and a slower pace. Quite simply, Astro's in need of a post-release tune-up.