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Super Bit Dash is fast, fun, intuitive and addictive. Its two difficulty settings make sure even casual players can swipe away from start to finish before tackling the more challenging game modes.

One of it's main features are the randomly assembled levels. Every time you play the game it stitches small rooms/levels together, combining the pleasure of carefully conceived level design with the surprise of randomly generated content.
Here are the game’s highlights:
- 8-bit inspired art
- Openfeint Achievements
- Intuitive Touch controls
- Randomly assembled levels
- Easy to pick up and play, challenging to master
- Old School platforming action using swipes and taps - no clunky virtual d-pads.
- Two difficulty settings
- 8-bit inspired soundtrack
- Store to buy powerups and characters using in-game coins
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