But Twitter Data Dash is unbearably buggy and incredibly unplayable. I tried playing the game on my computer, only to end up being blocked multiple times – an experience that ironically parallels my experience on the social media platform itself. Playing it on my cell phone makes the game a little smoother – yes, I’m very dedicated to my job – but there are still some invisible walls to smash into, holes in the floor that will take more than a few taps of the jump button to get out and massive walls that are impossible to climb. Then there’s Data’s jump ability, which is rather jerky, uneven, and horrible to use. I finally gave up and went straight to the fourth level of the main menu, which is surprisingly finishable – all the way to the game’s final boss stage (can’t believe there’s a boss stage). Turns out it was a huge troll throwing server icons at me.
This boss fight is an exercise in frustration. These servers were running too quickly for me to dodge, and I had no idea how to end the boss fight for a good few minutes. It wasn’t until I accidentally bumped into the troll’s head that I realized they looked like they were wincing in pain, which gave me a clue on how to complete that damn level. And after completing the level, I was able to share my score for bragging rights, on Twitter, of course. Watch it, please:
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