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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 808d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Dream Chaser Review

Touch Arcade: In this day and age, it takes more than a fresh coat of paint to differentiate oneself in the endless runner genre. While Chillingo's Dream Chaser [$0.99] certainly succeeds in bringing its own visual flair, its the game's story mode (in addition to the secondary endless mode) that gives it a leg-up on a lot of the competition. However, a few annoying issues with the story mode and graphics keep Dream Chaser from loftier heights. (Dream Chaser, iPad, iPhone) 3/5

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