Demolition Dash adds Endless Run mode
Dreamfab has released an update to Demolition Dash adding two new game modes, improved game stats and OpenFeint support as well as adding iPhone and iPod touch support to the iPad HD version. Demolition Dash is a platform game where players take on the role of the tiny monster Zilla and travel through eight famous cities annihilating everything in their path while avoiding dangerous obstacles. Version 2.0 adds a new Endless Run mode where players can now run through the cities from the World Rampage game in a dynamically generated random order; the new mode provides improved replayability by providing a different game with new challenges each time. In Endless Run players must also avoid making mistakes in a city which will in turn cause Zilla to lose a piece of his tail reducing the players score and eventually ending the game.
The latest update also adds a new Training Mode providing a more casual gaming experience for beginners and adds more detailed statistics with an improved overview of the player’s achievements. OpenFeint support has also been added in addition to the existing Game Center support for tracking leaderboards and achievements. Version 2.0 also adds support for French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian languages and includes numerous usability improvements and bug fixes. Demolition Dash requires and iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, third- or fourth-generation iPod touch or an iPad and is available from the App Store in two different versions: Demolition Dash ($1) for the iPhone and iPod touch and Demolition Dash HD ($2), now a universal app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
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