Dot Boy for Android
Here we have another simple addictive game presented by XDA member rpimps. Dot Boy is a platform based game that tests your jumping skills, it resembles the famous Donkey Kong arcade game. Use the direction buttons to move Dot Boy and the jump button to jump, collect all the red dots and then get to the exit. According to the developer, the game is hard and some of the testers almost broke their phones in anger because they couldn’t beat it. So, if you like challenges, this game will keep you entertained for hours with techno music!
Get it for free from the usual place and please leave your feedback.
Originally posted by rpimps
[GAME] Dot Boy – very hard platformer!
Hey guys, I just finished up this game, I’d appreciate it if you guys could check it out and let me know what you think!
The controls do take a little time to get used to so if you die on your first try don’t be discouraged.
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