by Emmanuel Lund, Appszoom
NOTE: This version is ad-free and comes with extra levels.
Players can find on DynamoKid stuff that can remind to Alex Kid, Mario Bros and other old-fashioned platformers. It's pixelated graphics, simple gameplay and level wandering are similar to those successful titles. However, there's a lack of storyline and touchness in comparison with them.
The premise is simple: tap monsters and obstacle to remove them of your way. Collect stars by tapping or jumping and complete scenery by brushing it (specially bridges and platforms). There are two different game modes. In "Story mode" you have to collect a given amount of stars before reaching the end of the level. In "Freeplay mode" you have to get as far as you can by collecting stars and hidden super-stars (extra life).
Actually, DynamoKid Touch can be considered as a timekiller platformer. Entertaining in spite of graphics and low intuitive controls. Although it won't probably win a IMGA award, it will make you have some fun. Worthy.
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by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Nov 16, 2012
from 120 reviews