FREE (with IAP)
2015-09-23 06:57:13 in Mobile games (Android, iOS, ...) by Claudiu
Mad Dash - Canyon Run is an endless runner game inspired by the offbeat style of classic spaghetti westerns. This is the ultimate skill-based customizable runner as it offers well over 10,000 (!) unique gear and skill combinations. In "Mad Dash" you journey into the mad world of Señor Pazzo. He's a Not-so-Notorious bandit seeking revenge after his former "Nine Spades" gang cohorts double-crossed him and took off with his share of the loot. There's no escape for them now as Pazzo has one "crazy" advantage, he is completely insane and when he enters Madness Mode he becomes unstoppable.
These are some of the features that make Mad Dash the most insane (in a good way) endless runner you'll play:
- Infinite Runner: The idea is pretty simple, help Pazzo jump over obstacles in his mad run to catch the bandits. Tap to jump over bulls, diabolical cacti, coyotes and many more obstacles or enter "Madness" mode to destroy everything in sight. Careful though, the slightest mistake and adiós, you start over.
- Gear Up: Equip the crazy wild west themed items from a wide range of powerful gear: Hats (powerful items but fall off during the run), Parchments (awesome powers for a single run) and Charms.
- Level Up: As you play through the mayhem of "Madness" modes you'll gain experience and level up, giving you Perk Points to help you improve your ability to survive further into the canyon.
- Skills: At the end of each "Madness" mode you gain a skill or improve an already existing one. From Dynamite to Alchemy, Speed surge, Forcefield (+many others) you'll give Pazzo the edge he needs to catch those fiendish bandits.
- Original Music: Award-winning composer Heath Brown created this game's soundtrack inspired by the spaghetti western creations of Ennio Morricone (if you don't know him, you don't know what you're missing).
Mad Dash - Canyon Run is filled with wacky achievements, and as you improve your survival skills you'll be able to climb the leaderboards; and even share your accomplishments with friends via Twitter/Facebook.