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  • Summary: He’s a dad AND a radish! His kids have gone missing from the vegetable patch, and he needs your help to find them. Explore an exciting world, face off with fast-food themed foes, and reunite Dadish with his missing children in this challenging platforming adventure.

    • A challenging retro
    He’s a dad AND a radish! His kids have gone missing from the vegetable patch, and he needs your help to find them. Explore an exciting world, face off with fast-food themed foes, and reunite Dadish with his missing children in this challenging platforming adventure.

    • A challenging retro platformer from the creator of Super Fowlst
    • Dialog that is funny, but not TOO funny
    • 50 cool levels to beat
    • 50 rude and sassy baby radishes to find
    • Fast-food dudes that will try to kill you
    • Five big tasty bosses
    • A screechy possum
    • The joys of fatherhood
    • A pretty good soundtrack I guess
    • I like the graphics I hope you do too
    • Collectable stars
    • Unlockable secrets
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  1. Dec 4, 2020
    80
    Dadish's cute and colourful graphics go hand-in-hand with its simple platforming formula to make one hilarious indie that's great fun.
  2. Oct 25, 2020
    70
    Dadish is a real charmer. It boasts pixel art visuals that are crisp and colourful, lovable characters, and more than a few lines of killer dialogue.
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  1. Nov 26, 2020
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I give this game a 10 out of 10 because it is amazing. The difficulty is exactly what I need when I play games like this. The names of the bosses like Burgurgalar and Hotdog (even though he isn't a hotdog) add to the hilarity. I love this game and it should be a household name Expand
  2. Nov 24, 2020
    8
    Got it on sale, possibly a bit expensive at full price because it's quite short, but this is just a really nice happy little game. ChallengingGot it on sale, possibly a bit expensive at full price because it's quite short, but this is just a really nice happy little game. Challenging enough to be fun, but most reasonably-skilled gamers will get through it in a couple of hours. You get a little dialogue at the end of every level when Dadish reaches his kid, some of them are laugh-out-loud funny and they establish Dadish as a likeable character who reminds me of, well, my Dad. You can double-jump and that's it, you move at a sedate pace but not frustratingly slowly, you dodge spikes and enemies and there are a bunch of push-the-block-onto-the-switch type puzzles. Nothing revolutionary, but it's a solid little platform game that's elevated by its charming artwork and writing Expand
  3. Jan 3, 2021
    8
    I bought this for $2 and my score is based on this price point. This was a sweet and short platformer I was able to 100% in 2 hours and goI bought this for $2 and my score is based on this price point. This was a sweet and short platformer I was able to 100% in 2 hours and go back to 100% in less than an hour of additional time. You play as a dad radish searching for his raddish kids, double jumping dangers and pushing blocks to solve puzzles in each level, culminating in finding one of your kids, who says something funny, if you like dad jokes. Each level has a star to collect. There are approximately 50 levels and 5 bosses. Many can be beat in a minute or two, but progress naturally in difficulty, and take a bit longer later on. Overall, it was a good palate cleanser between the more difficult platformers I often play. If you liked it, the most similar game to this one I’ve played would be Whipsey. Expand