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Washington's Wig is set shortly before the Crossing of the Delaware River, one of the iconic attacks of the American Revolutionary War. But disaster strikes: George Washington has forgotten his wig! The player, in the role of Washington's dog Dogsworth McFreedom, has to retrieve it.

Washington's Wig is a one-button game. The dog automatically moves forward and the player needs to press the button to jump (once) or double jump (twice) in order to avoid instant-death obstacles like holes or other dogs. Eagles and sturgeons on the other hand are helpful because they safely carry Dogsworth forward for a short time. In some cases it is necessary to use those helpers to get across wide obstacles. Other useful items to collect are coins (bonus points), invincibility totems and extra speed tokens. Dogsworth also speeds up over time, especially while his feet are on the ground, and he slows down when holding the button.

The available game modes are Arcade Game (the story mode in which the player has solve a number of levels with overall three lives), Endless Run (surviving as long as possible) and Time Trial (reaching the fastest time on a pre-defined level). Multiplayer is exclusive to the Xbox 360 version.


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During the development of the game, Team 2Bit participated in the internet reality show The Next Game Boss. They won the show.

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Patrick Bregger (250705) added Washington's Wig (iPad) on Oct 07, 2015
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