Review: Shark Dash Game
Meet Sharkee and his charming crew of bath toys who lived happily until a group of ducks ruined everything.
It amuses us when game publishers like Gameloft come up with a cute looking arcade game. Shark Dash is a physics puzzler developed to perfection. With the launch of this game we feel that Gameloft has decided not to stick on to one genre but cover them all. It's shocking but this might make them stand apart.
Shark Dash is undoubtedly unique with distinct features embedded in a single addictive game. Meet Sharkee and his charming crew of bath toys who lived happily until a group of ducks ruined everything. Sharkee and his friends felt the need to end it when those naughty ducks kidnap Sally, Sharkee's Girlfriend. Join the team as you help them win back their liberty.
Shark Dash can be played in 4 different environments and each has 24 levels, which totals up to 96 levels on the whole. In every level you can get 3 stars depending on three factors, shots used to complete the level, coins collected and the ducks hit. Collect Stars to unlock other environments. As the game goes on you will meet the entire crew i.e.
Sawy, Hammy and Scuby. Use your head to complete the level soon and just beware of the obstacles and remember Sharkee and his friends do not like staying out of the water for a long time.
This puzzle arcade game features touch and drag control that works incredibly well, the music and animation is quite brilliant too. Shark Dash definitely has a wide range of variety to offer and this is what you would expect from a game developer like Gameloft. To sum it all up, Shark Dash is brilliant and simply fantastic.