WUUUUB WUB WUB WUB WUB WUUUUUB WUB Boom. You just died. That's sort of what it's like to play Dub Dash, which just came out on Android. It's a rhythm-based game with flashy graphics and lots of dub step. If that's your thing, get ready to be excited. It's not going to be a walk in the park, though.

Each level in Dub Dash is a different track with a beat that maps onto the pattern of obstacles you must avoid. There are top-down and side-scrolling sections, all synchronized to the beat. You just tap left and right most of the time to maneuver. It's really difficult to make it all the way through a song, but there are practice modes to help you learn each section. Completing challenges and inviting friends also earns you continues.

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Dub Dash has distinctive neon graphics and high-quality audio. I don't know much about dub step, but I gather people like these tracks. You can play it for free if you don't mind the ads after you die. A $1.99 in-app purchase removes them.