Find it, rob it, and keep it. Grab the cash in this fast and frenetic top down multiplayer versus game. Dollar Dash will have you shouting for joy, as you make a dash with the cash. You must attack, defend or outrun your competitors in any of the three game modes (Dollar Dash, Save the Safe or Hit’n’Run) using unique and comedic tactics.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 6 mar. 2013
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“If ever there was a Bomberman killer, this would be it!”

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Find it, rob it, and keep it. Grab the cash in this fast and frenetic top down multiplayer versus game. Dollar Dash will have you shouting for joy, as you make a dash with the cash. You must attack, defend or outrun your competitors in any of the three game modes (Dollar Dash, Save the Safe or Hit’n’Run) using unique and comedic tactics.

Stand out from the crowd by customizing your character, upgrading your favorite weapon, earning perks and unlocking achievements. You can't stand still for a second as combat is crazy and money changes hands frequently. Choose your weapons carefully as you challenge your friends to become the best thief in town and laugh out loud as you smash them with a huge Bolder, peck them with a Mag Pie, while protecting yourself in Jelly!

Key Features:

  • Gather, Dash and Fight: Be the fastest, smartest and craziest multiplayer battle thief!
  • Overwhelming Content: 30 maps, over 20 weapons and a number of power-ups to discover
  • Multiplayer: 4 player Drop-in & Jump-out multiplayer for instant online action.
  • Three intense game modes: Venture through different versus modes, from Dollar Dash where the fastest win, to Hit’n’Run where the toughest rule the field.
  • Single player: Defeat skilled AI opponents to prepare for Online PvP
  • Shop: Spend in-game cash on Weapon Upgrades, Character Customization, Perks and more!
  • Unlock: Collect Badges, unlock many crazy Achievements, and compete on global Leaderboard.
  • Easy Controls: Quick to learn and simple to control.

Requisitos del sistema

    • OS:Windows® XP/Vista/7™
    • Processor:1.7 GHz single-core
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:128MB DirectX compatible card (ATI Radeon™ Series 2xxx / NVIDIA Geforce™ Series 7xxx)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:600 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:Local multiplayer requires one game controller per additional player
    • SO: Windows® XP / Vista / 7™
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 2.5 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM compatible con DirectX (GeForce 8800GT™ / Radeon HD3850™)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 1 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • Otros requisitos: Conexión a internet de banda ancha
    • Adicional: Necesitas un controlador para cada jugador adicional en el modo multijugador local
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Publicado: 28 de marzo
When I first heard the title Dollar Dash, my mind immediately raced to some weird game show where contestants had to run around collecting floating dollar notes in a vacuumed glass enclosure. And come to think of it, Dollar Dash isn’t much different from that as players race around the screen collecting as much cash as they can before the other thieves can reach the goal. Dollar Dash is a multiplayer only game. Games consist of one of three different modes, the main one being the Dollar Dash mode. In Dollar Dash, participants are tasked with collecting and depositing as much as they can until they (or someone else) reaches the end goal. As mentioned, it is not simply a matter of collecting as much as you can, but being able to transport the cash to the drop-off point. Along the way, others can ‘steal’ the cash you’ve collected from you, so careful use of weapons and power-ups is required. Prior to each contest, players can spend their previous winnings on items from the shop. They can use their cash to purchase various upgrades and perks as well as items such as taunts and hats that customise their avatars. The upgrades and perks help in game, but the customisations do not have any impact on games and player performance, so there is really little need to splurge on these items. Indeed, from the top-down perspective of the game and the speed at which games play, it is really hard to notice the differences from one player to the next.

All the maps are quite small, so as to keep all the thieves on the same screen at once, but they certainly offer some variety to the gameplay and require different strategies to win. Some maps have cash scattered around the map from the start, whilst other maps appear devoid of dollars until it falls off the back of a passing truck. Other maps also have competitors starting together whilst some maps have them starting from different corners of the map. Then there are the maps that not only have the four foes, but also contain security guards who roam the maps or fire weapons from hidden locations. These security guards will send players back to the spawn point and strip them of their not-so-hard earned cash. Controls are quite simple, with two options available to players. Keyboard and mouse was, for me anyway, the easier of the two options. The keyboard controls the movement and the power-ups whilst the mouse controls the weapons (primary and secondary). A gamepad can also be used to play Dollar Dash, and works like you would expect, having the d-pad control the movement and the function buttons control the weapons and power-ups. I had an issue with configuring my gamepad, but it worked okay, although aiming and shooting the weapons was not nearly as efficient as the mouse. As such, after trying out the gamepad a couple of times, I switched back to the keyboard/mouse combination, which is weird for me because I usually prefer a gamepad.

The cartoon style visuals are colorful and cute and work well with the comical nature of the game, but they seem somewhat dated. There is a definite retro feel to the visuals, starting from the top-down visual style to the icons representing the cash, weapons and power-ups. As mentioned, the maps are on the small side. As are the characters, meaning that the visual customisations are quite obsolete in-game. All the other details - such as weapon and power-up icons - are clearly represented on screen though, making for an uncluttered interface. So, the visuals have a retro look, the jazzy background music is kinda cool, there are some Worms-style comical weapons and although there are a number of different game modes and a range of maps to play, the gameplay is still pretty much the same for all. Yes, there are some adjustments in strategy required, but the mechanics remain the same the whole way through. It is for this reason that the novelty of the game soon wears off. This is further enhanced when it comes to the unpopulated servers, meaning that for the most part I was playing bots instead of real life competition.

I can only recommend Dollar Dash if you have some friends willing to play it with you. This is the only scenario in which the game is even remotely fun, as playing solo against bots gets old really quickly.

Slightly Recommended

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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.1 h registradas
Publicado: 11 de marzo
Dollar Dash looks fun, sounds fun, but its not! The graphics are ok, but the controls are unresponsive which makes the gameplay terrible. avoid 3/10
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 28 de diciembre de 2013
Aparenta ser buen juego pero la verdad es pura presentación, como dicen algunos esta bien cuando se juega online pero solo(a) no divierte en lo absoluto

- Tiene modo en linea para los amigos.
- Variedad de mapas.
- Consume bajos recursos.
- Soporta controlador y logros de steam.

- Hay mejores opciones al mismo precio
- Si juegas solo(a) es aburrido, el modo online de milagro encuentras partidas.
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A 1 de 2 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 9 de marzo de 2014
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A 66 de 83 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 2 de diciembre de 2013
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