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January 21, 2022

dadish 2 [browser]

You're a radish daddy who's in charge of finding his kids who have gone missing from the vegetable patch in the platforming adventure Dadish 2 by Thomas K. Young (previously only available on pc and consoles).

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

What an awesome little game, I enjoyed it really much. Fun play, thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

World 2 is AGGRAVATING!!!

Anonymous said...

Cutest game ever! Very clever level design and fun writing also.

Allison said...

I love the kid radishes. They seem to have more sense than Dad... (paraphrase) "Dad. There are buzz saws and cannons all over the place." "Yep. Big corporate business."

Anonymous said...

That got really hard, really fast.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather play Ball in a Cup.

eszterencs said...

I think it is a bit hard, but the levels are short, this way I am not losing my patience for keep trying - I still would appreciate more checkpoints. :-D The story is funny and cute, I love those little radishes. :-D

Anonymous said...

Those Ball in a Cup comments not helping at all. Lot's of effort and dedication goes into those games and the indie devs deserve more constructive comments imo. You might think those are developed using ready to use packages or no code building blocks, but being positive while criticizing does not hurt.

Anonymous said...

Real challenge begins on fowlst mode!

Anonymous said...

Uh... So I beat the final boss in chicken mode and I can't advance to where the egg should be. There's just an invisible wall.

Anonymous said...

I wasn't sold at first, but the game really hooked me, and I really appreciated a lot of clever design throughout

One complaint is that fowlst mode is intriguing, but not really supported: it would be nice if they tracked which levels you beat in it, and didn't have broken aspects (the invisible wall mentioned above, I saw in several other places; weirdly, level 43 is completely unplayable in fowlst mode and breaks the game entirely)

Rebecca said...

I'm motivated to keep playing through the levels by my desire to see what funny thing the next radish kiddo says. :-)

Rebecca said...

I'm starting World 4 now. Compliments to the developer: The details of each world are fun and engaging. I like how the good guys are veggies and the enemies are junk food, with creative mechanics of attack like the exploding soda pop! The physics and difficulty level have been great. The dialogue is funny and adds to the game. I'm enjoying looking for the stars. I think the only thing I'd want to be different is the ability to remap the keys, because it's very hard to play with one hand if I can't use the up arrow for jump.

Rebecca said...

I just started World 5 and I'm loving the new mechanics. This game keeps getting better.

Anonymous said...

I love the game and want to finish it, but it doesn't seem to save overnight. I'm tired of restarting the game every time. Is there a way to make sure progress gets saved, or do you just have to play the whole thing in one sitting?

 

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