“I really have to recommend Tiny Dangerous Dungeons to anyone who enjoys platformers or Metroidvanias.”
– TouchArcade, 4.5/5 starts
Pocket Gamer Silver Award
"A surprisingly fresh retro platformer, if you want to scratch a Gameboy itch, Tiny Dangerous Dungeons is well worth a look."
– Pocket Gamer, 8/10
Hop into a classic Game Boy inspired metroidvania adventure with the little treasure hunter Timmy! Explore a huge dungeon, collect hidden power-ups and gain new skills to aid you on your quest! Can Timmy survive the tiny dangerous dungeons, and find the presumably huge treasure?
Based on the hit browser game, this extended edition contains adjustments and new content not seen in the original game, like a wider resolution, new game mode, more hidden upgrades to find, and completely new area to explore!
- Game Boy inspired, stylish and retro monochrome art style!
- Explore a huge, open dungeon! Solve puzzles, defeat creepy creatures!
- Collect loot! Find the hidden ability upgrades to open new passages!
- Game Center integration! Unlock achievements and compete for fastest completion times!
- Now supports the gorgeous iPhone X, XS, XS Max and iPhone XR and new iPad Pro with all new fixes and improvements!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It’s great but very short
It’s was cool, easy, nice to play but it only took me about 1-2 hours (not even) to complete. Very fun and of course retro but there should be more than just one dungeon you have to wonder through..at least three of them would have been nice with each boss better tougher and tougher to battle, with new skills, enemies, and making each dungeon harder to compete. Love the concept of the game just wish there was more to it. Keep up the good work.
OK not GREAT
Just bought the game yesterday and beat the game today. Even at $0.99, I don't think it's worth it. Sword of Xolan is the same price, and definitely worth it's weight in gold. It's an OK game for someone looking for a little time to kill, but if you want to be immersed in an adventure, this is not it.
-cool retro background music
-controls not cluttered on the screen
-various levels of difficulties
-Game Center achievements
-time trial for the brave and quick
-hidden pathways for finding fruit treasures
-frame lags, crashes, and freezes, especially in the level before the boss (running from 6+)
-short (one of those quick games to pass by time)
-boss level too easy
-getting hit makes character jump 3 feet back (this is especially hard if you get hit near the lava by bats when getting the key for the boss door)
-momentum causes landing (from jumping) to not be accurate so you must control the character if jumping between ledges
-a bug where if a character goes near the furthest corner of the ledge, he is stuck there and can't move
I only got 2 of the 4 fruits. I didn't bother trying to find the rest because the game kept crashing/freezing when I died.
I had better expectations for this game. I hope they fixed the freezing/lags.
Awesome Game! Please Support This!
I'm always looking for games that remind me of Zelda, as I am a huge LoZ fan, but rarely do I see anything as close to home as Tiny DD was! Although it was short, it was also cheap. So that makes me think of how awesome it would be is Adventure Islands took a bit more time and make a larger sequel to this game! That would be AWESOME!!! I would totally buy a game like that for a higher price; even pay in-app purchases to go to new dungeons! (I've never payed in-app purchases so far) So please but this cheap game and enjoy the crap out of it like I did!! ^_^
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