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  • Summary: Dub Dash is a fast-paced rhythm based action game including music from Bossfight and the DJs of Geometry Dash. Spin your crazy wheel in harmony with the song and keep dodging left and right avoiding obstacles at high speed. Do you rock the funky roads of Dub Dash?
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  1. Apr 3, 2016
    If you’re after something that’s a mix of challenge, speed and downright addictiveness, then Dub Dash is your game. If you’re into electronic music, give it a try and look up the soundtrack online. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
  2. Feb 14, 2016
    The PC version also has local multiplayer, which governs the reason behind the price difference. Players all move along the map simultaneously, and the player with the least amount of mistakes wins. Dying eliminates a player until the next checkpoint, which instantly brings them back in. It's never too long between checkpoints, which means no one player will be doing nothing for too long.
  3. Mar 24, 2016
    Dub Dash is a rhythm game extremely tricky and challenging. If you like electronic dance music and very challenging games this is for you. Otherwise beware that this game could be as frustrating as enjoyable. The insane high difficulty curve, the random generated challenges and the multiplayer modes offer longevity and repeatability. If you don’t like these elements you may want to skip this game.
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  1. Aug 31, 2016
    What's there to say about Dub Dash, other than I hope you have a razor sharp set of reflexes on you! Even if you aren't inherently catlike,What's there to say about Dub Dash, other than I hope you have a razor sharp set of reflexes on you! Even if you aren't inherently catlike, this game is wonderfully entertaining, and doesn't take a genius to figure it out. At first glance, you think of the old school Playstation 2 titles such as Amplitude and Frequency with a mobile game-esque twist, curling out with an engine that worked so beautifully for games such as Temple Run and Lara Croft's Relic Run.

    The way it works is pretty simple. The mouse does all of the heavy lifting for you, with its two little buttons, deeming if you're going to move left or right. As in the title, you're guaranteed a tight little track as you progress through each level, but like in any music based game, progression in the song matches the amount of level completed.

    In all, it's a tidy, fun and very straightforward game. Unforgiving without minor practice, but very possible to master. The game will mock you in the times lost, but believe me, when you do finally make it 100% through the track, you'll be one happy camper.