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Mesmo os heróis comentem erros. E, o cometido por Dash Galaxy, um explorador do universo, pode ser fatal: ele foi cair em um planeta completamente maluco, e deve escapar de 24 níveis infestados de perigosos "aliens" e outras armadilhas. Um detalhe a mais: neste jogo não há senhas ou "continue", por isso, toda atenção é necessária.
game has two distinct play styles, but neither is terribly exciting.
The puzzle sections, which are competent, will bore action fans
while the platforming scenes are slow and sluggish, as though our
hero is affected by a lack of gravity. The graphics are ﬂat as well,
with dull backgrounds and small characters.
And that's about it, Dash Galaxy is pointlessly exploring this rocket ship, and Nintendo has decided to drag you along for the ride. To top that, the music can't possibly have been made by anyone other than some kid who's just got his first keyboard and the talentless bastard has yet to grow tired of pointlessly mashing out his arrhythmic tunes. The end result is dull throbbing "music" that I wished had made blood gush out of my ears. At least then I would have had to go to the hospital and would no longer have to play Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum.
It’s been a long time since I’ve played a game this worthless, but I can’t say I’m surprised… Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum is the name of the game.