Dadish 3 takes Xbox players on a whole new Dadventure

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We didn’t really know what to expect when the double deliverance of Dadish and Dadish 2 hit Xbox in late 2021. But we were pleasantly surprised by the fun little adventures as we got to understand more about the star – a radish, who is a dad. If you too enjoyed what those games brought, then surprise, Dadish 3 continues the Dadventure like never before. 

Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, Dadish 3 is the next chapter in the whole Dadish line, moving forward from the original game and taking the madness of Dadish 2 in order to allow players the opportunity to embark on a new journey. 

This one is priced exactly the same as previous – £8.39 – and pretty much tries the same techniques which saw Thomas K. Young – the developer – excel already. It places players into the radish-fuelled life of Dadish once more as he attempts to rescue his children (AGAIN!). This time we get to navigate our way through a variety of lands, the desert, through a sewer and the like, all whilst riding a dolphin and attempting to link back up with Dadish’s estranged spouse. 

Dadish 3 is sold as the most challenging Dadish adventure yet, but we’re more than up for that challenge. Stay tuned as we look to run a review of how Dadish 3 plays on Xbox Series X|S in the very near future. 

You can grab a copy of Dadish 3 for yourself too – the Xbox Store will be able to provide the fun that you are looking for. 

Game Description:

A new Dadventure! When his kids board a bus for a suspicious field trip, Dadish sets off to find them before they’re turned into radish soup! Along the way he’ll splash through a sewer, get lost in the desert, ride a dolphin, and reluctantly reunite with his estranged spouse. Help Dadish rescue his children once more, in his most fun and challenging adventure yet.

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