We Recommend: Agent Dash Android Game Follows a Successful Recipe (Video)

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  • 11 Aug 2012
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  • Full Fat’s latest release is based on a third person perspective endless runner type game. It’s is not to be considered just a Temple Run clone. The game has plenty to offer and struggles to go beyond what similar titles bring.


    Agent Dash’s secret mision is to destroy as many villainous bases as possible in a variety of environments. The games offers unique mechanics and great graphics. There are no tilt gestures involved to control your character. Only swipe on the screen for the action you need to perform. You also have to deal with shooter segments which are required to open doors. Like the popular game it follows, you collect gems that will allow you to buy different power-ups. In-app real money purchase are also available. It takes a long time to save for the different enhancements as they’re pretty expensive. That and the fact that the power-ups seem less powerful then with Temple Run may ruin the experience for some.

    From a technical point of view Agent Dash looks very good but sometimes performs poorly. It takes a long time to load the game or mission and there is the occasional lag. Mostly in environments full of details the game’s performance makes it almost unplayable. I wouldn’t recommend running it on older devices. Let’s hope the developer will fix the issues with future updates.


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