RabbitDash 1.0 Released For iOS Devices

Talk about taking a page out of age-old fables for inspiration. Dragon Stone’s latest side-scrolling, endless-running game for iOS devices, RabbitDash 1.0 is inspired by one of Aesop’s fables, The Turtle and the Hare. Players take the role of the whimsically animated rabbit who must dash and leap his way forward to keep ahead of the edge of the ever advancing scrolling screen. Check out the press release below for more details:


Seoul, Korea, Republic Of – A new game application for iPhone, RabbitDash, was recently released by developer Dragon Stone. The game is good news for the scores of iPhone gamers who enjoy the endless-running genre. With unique graphics, a charming main character, and plentiful content, the $0.99 game is a great value and a fun pick-up-and-play option.

In RabbitDash, the main character is a whimsically animated rabbit who must dash and leap his way forward, to keep ahead of the edge of the ever advancing scrolling screen. The game is inspired by Aesop’s fable, The Turtle and the Hare, and it’s the player’s goal to prove that old yarn wrong. The main character sprints through a variety of changing backgrounds, including ancient Greece and Egypt.


To keep ahead of the race and to avoid falling in one of the many pits, he must use every special item and combination move available. RabbitDash is a high-speed, 3D, action scroller which provides the sort of hypnotic, addictive gaming experience which endless-running genre fans find irresistible. And in addition to being a great addition to the genre in terms of general game design, RabbitDash also offers a plethora of features unique to the game.

Pricing and Availability:

RabbitDash 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Check out the game over here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id447296745

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