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Dadish 2, the sequel to the quirky platformer, is available now for iOS and Android

Dadish will have to save his sassy offspring once again

Dadish 2, the sequel to the quirky platformer, is available now for iOS and Android
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Dadish was one of my favourite games that released on mobile in 2020 so I'm very excited to get playing Dadish 2, which is available now for iOS and Android. It comes from indie developer Thomas Young, who you may also be familiar with from the Super Fowlst series.

Dadish 2 is a platformer that sees the return of everybody's favourite radish and his myriad of sassy children. The sequel kicks off with an impromptu take your children to work day, which in this case means the radish children decided to find their father whilst he was at work. Naturally, this quickly goes awry and he'll have to set off to find them once again.

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There will be 50 levels in total to make your way through as you try and save Dadish's often rude and occasionally ungrateful children. This will see you dodging hazards, pushing blocks on to buttons and grabbing keys to unlock doors that stand in your way.

Alongside that, you can expect the fast-food themed villains to make an appearance once again, with henchman and five bosses to face. Donuts, hamburgers and portions of fries patrol the different stages, making your quest to save your children more difficult. However, sometimes you'll be able to use them to your advantage, with some stages featuring a giant talking burger you can ride.

You can check out some gameplay from Dadish 2 in the embedded trailer above. The game has launched with controller support a great inclusion for those who aren't fans of using touchscreen controls for precision jumping.

Dadish 2 is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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Stephen Gregson-Wood
Stephen Gregson-Wood
Stephen brings both a love of games and a very formal-sounding journalism qualification to the Pocket Gamer team.