He’s a dad, and a radish, and he’s back in his biggest adventure yet! After an impromptu “Bring Your Kids To Work Day” goes awry, Dadish sets off to find his missing children. Along the way he’ll wade through swamps, ride rockets, climb a big tree, and even visit outer space! Help reunite Dadish with his missing kids in this charming and challenging platforming adventure.

* Dadish’s biggest adventure yet!
* A challenging retro platformer from the creator of Super Fowlst and Dadish
* 50 rad levels
* Tons of rude and sassy baby radishes to find
* Sometimes you can ride on a giant talking hamburger
* A whole new gang of fast-food themed baddies
* Five new bosses, all of whom have personal problems
* A whole bunch of screechy possums
* The further joys of fatherhood
* Controller support
* A cool soundtrack
* The dialog is funny, I guess?
* I think the graphics are pretty good
* Collectable stars
* Unlockable secrets
* Follow your dreams

What’s New

Version 1.04

- The position of the left and right controls can now be adjusted from the pause menu.
- Fixed a bug in Fowlst Mode where Fowlst could not exit the boss levels on devices with certain screen sizes.
- Fixed a bug that could occasionally cause Dadish to move to the right while jumping.
- Fixed a big where unpausing the game would make you fall from a vine.
- Lots of minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
507 Ratings

507 Ratings

SirPandaFluff ,


I have played this game, and think it’s amazing! Every time your getting a bit bored, you suddenly find a new world, see a new enemy or thing to move around with. Those things that fling you diagonally through the sky are always fun to use! Also, I think the reward for getting all the stars is pretty great. Sure, the bosses aren’t super difficult, but it’s nice to see each with it’s own beautiful sprite and unique way of attacking/defeat. One of the most enjoyable things about the game is all the puns that Dadish’s kids make, but I gotta say, I don’t know if my favorite kid is big boi radish, void radish, or cowboy radish (Who frankly deserves his own tv show with how cute it is). I am ecstatic to play the first Dadish and your Fowlst games now. I hope Dadish two does well!

Virukino ,

Good, but Buggy

As many of my fellow reviewers, I too have completed the previous Dadish game. I quite enjoyed the level difficulty and witty dialogue, as well as the humorous Possum Mode. At first, this game did not disappoint. With new enemies, new characters as well as returning ones, and some intriguing new game mechanics, the main storyline was a joy to complete.

However, there were a few problems that arose with the new Fowlst Mode. As a fan of that series as well, I was immediately excited. Nonetheless, the first few levels revealed that this feature was not ideal for the game. Dangerous spike pits and enemies insignificant, and the greatest obstacles are pushing boxes, and the walls of the level. As Fowlst moves via a jumping motion, pushing boxes becomes a highly difficult task. The other great problem is side-scrolling that the game relies so heavily on. Although in some locations, this functions normally with the 2nd mode of gameplay, there are certain times that it will soft-lock the game, where you cannot jump in either direction and are essentially glued to the wall.

Overall I do recommend the game, but I wish that the developers would fix these game-breaking issues.

LegoFan189 ,

Love the story but the game was to easy (edit)

I loved the story I am a big fan of Dadish! But the games are too short and easy. Also the bosses are not very hard. I beat the final boss in like 10 seconds! I would love if you made a Dadish 3! And if you do please make the bosses more challenging and the levels a little more challenging too. Over all it was a great game and I really enjoyed playing it! But like I said it is way to easy I beat it in a less than a day. Okay so after I beat the game I decided to get all of the stars. I finally got them all and I loved what I unlocked! I really like how you get to play as the chicken from Super Fowlist after you get all the stars! I can’t wait to see if there are any more secrets!

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