About this game
Developer: Hello Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Race, ride and defy death as you jump buses, dodge giant mousetraps, leap tanks full of sharks and reclaim your title of Master of Disaster! Swipe Joe to pop a wheelie and boost, flick obstacles out of the way, hold to crouch, tap to jump!
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Critic Reviews12 Reviews
John Bedford — Jan 10, 2013
Joe Danger Touch represents everything about mobile gaming at its best. It's faithful to an established franchise, yet it strikes out on its own to provide a game that's as slick as its console counterpart, remains challenging but fair, and is always entertaining thanks to a deep system of replayability.
Daniel Krupa — Jan 14, 2013
Joe Danger Touch should become the textbook example of how you adapt a console title for a mobile device. It isn't a lazy port. It's been lovingly crafted for its new platform, which it evidently understands. The controls have been sensitively adjusted to work with for a touchscreen, while the levels are finely constructed. Furthermore, it looks absolutely stunning and represents great value. Joe Danger Touch is essential.
Chris Carter — Jan 10, 2013
Like Rayman Jungle Run, Joe Danger Touch really "gets it" when it comes to iOS gaming. You don't need to 100% replicate console experiences, and "simplified" doesn't have to always mean "dumbed down." All in all, Hello Games did a great job bringing the Joe Danger franchise to your pocket, and I highly recommend it to anyone -- former fan or not.
Carter Dotson — Jan 10, 2013
Joe Danger Touch boasts gobs of content and plenty of sweet tricks, but actually pulling them off is another proposition altogether.
Jared Nelson — Jan 11, 2013
Joe Danger is the complete package. It's the console-caliber game that everybody craves on their mobile device, except in this case the console it was made for is actually the iOS platform. It doesn't feel compromised, and offers entertainment in a number of ways that should appeal to a variety of different players.
Joe Jasko — Jan 14, 2013
Joe Danger is an extremely polished and well-developed game, so I’m going to be nitpicky for a minute as I mention some cons. For as gorgeous as the graphics are in the game, there is a disappointing lack of variety in scenery, and a very anticlimactic final level.
Ben Reeves — Jan 18, 2013
Just because it’s on a smaller screen doesn’t mean that Joe Danger Touch is a lesser game. Hello Games has successfully boiled down all the major elements that made the series fun on consoles, making this handheld version just as entertaining as its console brethren.
Andrew Nesvadba — Jan 10, 2013
Joe Danger Touch is perhaps the best recent example of how a great game on a different platform can work just as well on the App Store - rock solid controls and minor tweaks to the core stunt-based gameplay keep the game just as manic, while feeling entirely unique to iOS devices.
Mark Brown — Jan 10, 2013
Absurdly funny, perfectly challenging, and massively rewarding. This gorgeous, must-have motorbike game is a mobile port done right.
Paul Kautz — Jan 18, 2013
There is still less racing game rather than well disguised platformer. It looks excellent from, colorful and lovingly, with cheerful Knoll noses and thick grinning sun. The many levels offer a carefully balanced learning curve and later complex without being outlandishly difficult or unfair - here I have the motivation to really squeeze everything out of each level, since the developers were farsighted enough even to reward failure. Great fun - so, just have to look console conversions on touch devices!
Alberto Destro — Jan 21, 2013
Che siate amanti irriducibili del brand o dei neofiti che si avvicinano a questo pirotecnico circo delle due ruote per la prima volta, il consiglio è di non lasciarselo scappare. Non che il buon vecchio Joe abbia bisogno di ulteriori conferme della stoffa da fuoriclasse ma, con un esordio portatile del genere, nessuno più di lui merita questo voto.
Vincenzo Lettera — Jan 19, 2013
Joe Danger Touch è l'esempio evidente di come, per realizzare un buon gioco, non basta essere uno sviluppatore di talento, ma è fondamentale capire la piattaforma su cui l'utente andrà a giocare. Hello Games è stata disposta ad abbandonare molte delle idee apprezzate nei capitoli per console, introducendone di nuove e stravolgendo il sistema di controllo, riuscendo allo stesso tempo a non scivolare nella sola semplificazione e a non proporre un running game banale.