He’s a radish… and also a dad. 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
+ Controller support
+ 40 cool levels to beat
+ 40 rude and sassy baby radishes to find
+ Fast-food dudes that will try to kill you
+ Four 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
- Added a news feature to let people know about any Dadish news!
- Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
The dry humor every game needs
This game is awesome. The graphics are clean but classic and the controls are so easy to master. Every level comes with a new challenge that is difficult enough to frustrate you at times but entertaining enough that you just have to beat the level, no matter how many times you die. The stars do add to the game but I wish they came with some sort of prize or achievement when you collect all of them. My favorite thing about this game has to be the possum. When I found the possum mode, I immediately replayed every single level despite beating the game. The dry humor from both Dadish and his kids is something that caters to a lot of younger players as of now and is a big part of what makes this game so fun and playable. The creators seem to really listen to the players’ concerns and have made a lot of great and helpful changes and I am excited to play the rest of Thomas Young and co’s games. If anyone complains about the humor, they just don’t understand. Take it from a 16 year old girl— this game is hilarious and endlessly entertaining.
Impossible movement issue
I love having a simple platformer to play on my phone, I even made to sure but the ad free version to help make my experience better. Although the games has extreme bottle necks when you have to make what feels like a frame perfect maneuver, but the game has a horrible issue. I’m constantly having an issue where I try to jump right but I go left and vice versa. This game seriously needs an analog display to at least show you where your movements are pointing. Like I said, it feels horrible to get through certain points simply because the game just makes me commit suicide into the complete opposite direction. In a game where you only have one chance to take any kind of damage otherwise you have to restart the whole level (unless a check point has been reached) really makes me feel like the quality of my entertainment has been reduced. I feel like a main stay amongst any platformer is reliable controls and mastery over each level but this game doesn’t seem to represent either. You have to rely on invisible controls, and you’re punished for no reason if the game randomly decides it wants to take you in another direction.
If you haven’t downloaded the game yet, I would definitely recommend waiting until there’s some fix to this issue otherwise it would definitely affect your experience.
Developer Response ,
Hi there, sorry that you’ve been having trouble with the controls. I’ve added on-screen controls in the latest version, which hopefully will solve the problem for you :)
Best Platformer I’ve Played on iOS
This game is great, and probably the best platformer on iOS that I’ve played. The game starts out pretty easy, and steadily climbs in difficulty, until the last levels are really challenging and take around 20-30 tries each to beat. Every new enemy or obstacle that is introduced will become your least favorite, and the hotdog enemy is absolutely horrendous.
But the difficulty is absolutely worth it for the humorous dialogue, especially the little interactions between Dadish and his children at the end of each level. It is quite funny, and it makes all the rage you built up completing the level melt away.
The game, like the vast majority of free mobile games, has ads. However, unlike the vast majority of free mobile games, it doesn’t shove them in your face at every opportunity. I appreciate the lack of currency at all in this game, and the fact that the game isn’t packed full of useless collectibles and idiot cosmetics. All it has is one star per level, which are entertaining to find.
Overall, this game is a masterpiece. 5/5.
- Thomas Young
- 76.9 MB
Requires iOS 10 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2020 Thomas Young
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.