Shark Dash Reviews
Newest Review: ... you are awarded one to three stars depending on how well you complete - one star for all ducks, one star for all coins and one star for how many shots. Very simple in it's idea and is easy to understand so that most ages can play. Each level starts with your shark in the bathtub and lots of gold coins dotted around and various hoops, slides, tubes and ducks. The screen will tell you what ... more
Customer Shark Dash Reviews (2)
by - written on 20/06/13 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Shark dash is an application game by gameloft for both apple on iPhone, iMac and ipad, android phones, kindle and pc and it's free! Or you have the option of paying 69p for the upgraded version on some platforms. Since purchasing my iPhone I have downloaded lots of applications some of which are mini games to occupy my time whilst waiting say for a train. Shark Dash is exactly right for that sort of thing, it's not to taxing to the brain and you can finish a level very quickly. **** GAME PLAN **** On the home screen you start off with a basic bathtub with your little shark happily diving in and out with rubber rings and toys. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Following the success of Angry Birds, it's not surprising that every other games publisher is rushing to develop its own version that will capture the imagination of casual gamers everywhere. Gameloft's Shark Dash is their attempt to muscle in on the action. As with Angry Birds, the idea is simple. You are a toy shark in a bath and have to leap around and eat all the rubber ducks. To help you, there are ramps and tubes and you can bounce off walls or other items to help you to reach otherwise hard to get ducks. You have to do this within a maximum number of moves, although the fewer moves you use, the higher your score will be There's no denying ... Read the complete review
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