When his kids board a bus for a suspicious field trip, Dadish sets off to find them before they're turned into radish soup! Along the way he'll splash through a sewer, get lost in the desert, ride a dolphin, and reluctantly reunite with his estranged spouse. Help Dadish rescue his children once more, in his most fun and challenging adventure yet.
• Dadish’s most action-packed adventure yet!
• A retro platformer from the creator of Super Fowlst and Dadish
• 50 very good levels
• A whole bunch of baby radishes (and a couple of possums) to find
• Get a piggy back ride from your ex-wife, who is a tomato
• Murderous ice creams, cupcake snakes, bread that's in a bad mood, and more junk food themed foes
• Five stupid bosses
• Befriend and ride a dolphin
• The harsh realities of parenthood
• A cool soundtrack
• Dialog that is kind of funny
• Controller support
• Collectable stars
• Unlockable secrets
• Never give up
- Smaller directional buttons on iPads
- A better fix for the dialog box crash (sorry!)
- Fixed a bug that could cause Dadish to get stuck in walls
- Lots of minor bug fixes
Thanks for playing Dadish 3!
Ratings and Reviews
Dadish 3 is the best installment in the franchise. The dad jokes are as funny as ever, and the gameplay is solid. The new mechanic of the backflip instead of double jump adds freshness to the series. Gameplay using Momato and The Dolphin The Dolphin also gives players a pleasant shift from predominant platforming levels. Like the others, the game is short but satisfying from the beginning to the end boss. The mode one unlocks through obtaining all the stars giving a good incentive to complete the game fully.
I enjoyed this game even more as a player of the previous games because I caught onto some lore from other games. Since I love the franchise, I finished this game in less than 3 days. I did notice a few bugs, but judging from the fact that this game has only been out for three days, it is to be expected. Once a few minor bugs are fixed, this game will be perfect. The level of difficulty of the bosses in this game compared to the previous ones is significant lower. But, this doesn’t take away the fun from damaging the boss thrice then it exploding.
Thank you Tom for making another amazing game! I love the ending and the mode!
To me, the first and second dadish games were the epitome of perfection regarding the difficulty level. I was really hoping for (expecting and anxiously anticipating) a repeat. I don’t understand why the developer strayed from a method of proven success by not only increasing the difficulty level substantially, including making the levels longer and rarely offering a halfway point to return to, but also changing the button sizes. They were perfect before. Now they are massive. I don’t understand the reasoning for this. I would need to be the hulk to have hands big enough to comfortably play on an iPad. I understand the need to make it challenging, but games that are too challenging cease to be fun. Unfortunately, Dadish 3 falls into that category.
Edit: Now that the buttons have been downsized for the iPad, and my frustration is waning, I have to edit my review. Yeah Dadish 3 is more difficult than the first two, but it is doable. It just takes alot of practice and patience. Truly is a great game. All 3 of them are. Very well made and fun
This game is very exciting and fun! You engage in retro style challenges to find Dadish's children. It is very fun to do when you have time to spare. The graphics are amazing and the dialogue is so funny. This is truly a great game. There are ads but they are very spaced out and short which doesn't make them a problem. The only thing I don't like about this game is that it gets too challenging too quickly. You think the game is easy until you get to level 5. I know that this game needs challenges, but could you transition into those challenges more smoothly. Because after the 5th level it goes from easy to hard. That is only a small problem and that shouldn't stop you from getting this game because it's really amazing.
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- Thomas Young
- 125.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
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