Dumb Ways to Die Review

Date: Jun 23 2013 23:51:38 Source: Gamezebo Views:
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Dumb Ways to Die is an iOS collection of mini-games that reminds us how easy it is to lose a test of strength and speed versus a subway, which is actually an interactive version of a very successful safety campaign run by Metro Trains in Melbourne. The action in Dumb Ways to Die is delivered primarily via a procession of frantic micro-games. Nintendo’s WarioWare series is the best comparison, though the tasks and consequences of failure in Dumb Ways to Die are significantly gorier than anything the Big N has published in recent years.

The characters you interact with in Dumb Ways to Die look like a cross between snack cakes and characters from Roger Hargreaves’ Mr. Men series. Each character has a dilemma that you have bare seconds to fix. You need to tap rapidly on your screen to extinguish a guy who’s on fire. You need to carefully apply mustard to a hot dog, or else suffer the wrath of a rattlesnake. You need to spell out "PATIENCE" to prevent an idiot from driving around a lowered railway barrier. You need to blow into your microphone to buoy a plane that’s sinking to its doom.

Dumb Ways to Die Review

Split-second thinking is vital in Dumb Ways to Die, particularly since the challenges start flying at a faster pace the longer you succeed. If you mess up three times, you’re done. Ultimately, the object of the game is to achieve the highest score possible, which in turn unlocks little goodies. You can populate the game’s train platform with smiling victims in various states of trauma, and you can also unlock the famous music video that cheerily explains how each character got messed up in the first place. And don’t forget to take the Metro’s "Safety Pledge." It’s a button on the main menu. If you click it, you’re on your honor not to act like a dork around train tracks.

Dumb Ways to Die Review

Despite its grim subject matter, Dumb Ways to Die is adorable and pretty hilarious. This is a rare example of a game that makes losing as much fun as winning. Unfortunately, there’s not a lot of substance to its gameplay, and what’s there is occasionally troublesome. You’ll encounter the same mini-games over and over, and not all of them work as well as they should. There have been a lot of complaints about the airplane mini-game, for instance. There’s also a nasty instance wherein you need to wipe barf off your screen, but there’s so much of it splattered around that it’s seemingly impossible to get it all in time.

Dumb Ways to Die Review

Dumb Ways to Die is free to download, so if nothing else, it’s great for a few chuckles. You probably won’t stick with it for long, but even if you delete the app, remember that train safety is forever.

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