A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Ease of Play
This is a hard game. Simple controls, but every level is maddeningly frustrating -- on purpose.
Products & Purchases
Players can purchase an ad-free premium version as well as game checkpoints using real-world cash. Non-premium players will be forced to watch 30-second ads.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
If you're looking for a difficult challenge of your reflexes and skills, you've found one with this fast-paced action game. Glitch Dash takes the endless runner formula and ramps it up to an extremely challenging mode of play. You'll need lightning-fast reflexes, and even then, you'll need to replay it multiple times. It's infuriating. It's addictive. And it's fun. (Plus, it has a great soundtrack, with music that fits the on-screen action.)
There are some issues, though. The game has a ton of ads if you don't buy the premium version. The limited number of lives and checkpoints (which can also be circumvented with a purchase) can be frustrating, too, if you're regularly falling just short of completing a level. They're minor annoyances in the long run, though. Ultimately Glitch Dash is that game that will both drive you mad and keep you playing.
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