On display at the National Videogame Arcade
2015 - 2018
Dash & Bash was originally developed for GameCity Nottingham in 2014, where it was installed as a playable room within the venue.
An updated version was created for the National Videogame Arcade, and was one of the first installations in the museum when it opened in 2015.
Each player is given a picture card to find, which will appear on one of four wall-mounted screens. Players must dash to the screen with their card and bash the big button beneath it to score!
The game is designed to get players moving around each other as physical obstancles, and to find imaginitive ways to cheat by getting in each other's paths.
"Dash & Bash has become one of the signature pieces of the National Videogame Arcade. It’s a brilliant, fun, intoxicating introduction to what we’re about and for most people it’s the first thing they play when they come in.
Lots of our visitors haven’t played a lot of games before and think they’re not for them. After five minutes on Dash & Bash, they're out of breath, laughing and suddenly awake to the possibilities of what videogames can be."
Iain Simons - CEO, The National Video Game Foundation
Dash & Bash is available to be installed in museums and exhibitons. If you would be interested in having Dash & Bash at your venue please contact Alistair directly.