Dub Dash Combines Simple Gameplay With Music & Odd Graphics

We use applications on a daily basis, and some of us tend to run some games on our phones as well. Now, these really don't have to be time-consuming or complicated games, but rather simple and fun gaming titles. We've talked about tons of such games here on the site, and new ones just keep on popping up. Well, we're here to report on yet another such game, though this one is somewhat different than what you're used to, read on.

The game in question is called 'Dub Dash', and even though it's simple, this game is definitely not for everyone. Intensive colors and music are the main components of this game, you'll be seeing neon light throughout Dub Dash, and the soundtrack for the game was compiled by Bossfight and the DJs of Geometry Dash. The music will definitely keep you glued to the game, as long as you like that sort of music, because it's definitely not for everyone. Now, as far as the game itself goes, there are 7 modes available in it. This essentially means that you'll get to play the game in 7 different ways, in one, for example, you'll be required to dodge obstacles as if you were racing, in other you'll be flying and dodging obstacles from a completely different perspective. This is one of those games which is easy to play, but hard to master, so it will require practice in order to be good at it. The practice mode is included here as well, and the developers have also coded in tablet support for the game, so that it doesn't look like an overblown smartphone game on a tablet.

The 'Dub Dash' game is free to download, though keep in mind in-app purchases are available here. This game is comparable to a number of other games, and yet it is quite unique at the same time. The aforementioned Geometry Dash is an extremely popular title which is also filled with music and keeps you glued to the touchscreen. Well, 'Dub Dash' is a lot newer game than Geometry Dahs, and we'll see if it will be at least nearly as successful. There are a number of official images available in the gallery down below, in case you're interested.

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