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Submitted by rbailey 796d ago | review

Joe Danger Touch Review – A Dashing Delight I TheKoalition.com

Richard Bailey of TheKoalition.com writes:
When British indie developer Hello Games first emerged onto the scene way back in July of 2009, they aimed to make a name for themselves by creating a new and exciting racing platformer. Joe Danger turned out to be a runaway hit, winning the studio numerous awards and solidifying the series as an important landmark in indie game development. After performing extremely well on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms, the company took on the challenge of bringing their series to mobile devices and passed with flying colors. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t pass on their latest creation. (iPad, iPhone, Joe Danger Touch) 94/100

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