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  • Summary: Guide DynamoKid as he tries to collect as many stars as possible. Clear a path, remove baddies, destroy hazards and debri, and make DynamoKid jump ! Platform gaming for the touch-age!

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    What other players say:

    “Both frustrating and fun! Great game with “one more go” appeal.” – Chaz_UK

    “Simply Awsome! Well worth the price” – Steve

    “Love it! Even tho i keep getting out on tha 2nd level. Wish it had option 2 save” – Antoinisha

    “3/5 it’s without a doubt the most hectic I’ve ever seen” – GamePro

    “7/10 – This is pretty much just a super-cute game” – IGN

    “blends old-school platforming with out-of-control feel” – Gamers with casts

    “4/5 – The challenge that DynamoKid Touch brings is entertaining, but can lead to some inappropriate words being said. I just couldn’t put the game down. With a 8-bit art style, some great touch controls and solid gameplay” – GamingBits

    “4.75 / 5 – this is a great scrolling platform game where even though you want to pull your hair out, at the same time, you just can’t stop playing. It’s addicting, very addicting and fun.”
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  2. Negative: 2 out of 7
  1. Feb 15, 2011
    Everybody likes a challenge, but the cards seem too stacked against the player.
  2. Feb 15, 2011
    I loved that collecting the gold and black stars scattered about the randomly generated levels changes the environment, but those environments felt a bit empty without any music, as the game has no soundtrack.
  3. Feb 15, 2011
    Much of the endless runner's appeal comes from being so simple, but for those looking to try something more than just a reflex tester DynamoKid provides a deeper (if currently flawed) challenge.
  4. Feb 15, 2011
    It's a game with serious potential, but it's far too overwhelming in its current state. For one thing, the lack of a jump button is absurd.
  5. Feb 15, 2011
    DynamoKid Touch has neither the instant appeal of Canabalt nor the breadth of play of a full platformer to make it fully satisfying.
  6. Feb 15, 2011
    Unless DynamoKid has some drastic updates down the line, there isn't any compelling reason to download it.
  7. Feb 15, 2011
    We wouldn't reccomend DynamoKid Touch even it was free. You've been warned!