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Flashy Dansy is now on Android

Wow, took me almost 4 years to decide to do it. Flashy Dansy is now available on Play Store for Android.

Flashy Dansy is a game I had made for #tagjam15 gamejam, and it is the game that won the jam. I almost feel nostalgic thinking it was released nearly 4 years ago.

Since then, it has amassed 24.3k views and 18.8k downloads on Gamejolt, which prompted me to finally get around to properly publish the game on Play Store.

Depending on user interest, I might continue improving this game with more levels, moves, new characters etc.
Get it on Google Play
Seeing this game come this far means a lot to me. Thank you!

-Kostas

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