Last December, the world’s most awarded public safety campaign launched a preview version of its newest game on mobile phones around the world. Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour was an immediate success, being downloaded by more than five million times in over 150 countries.
That was just an early taste of a much larger game. Today, Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour has been officially updated version one – or, as it is more appropriately titled, Version Dumb-Point-Zero. Much more than just a patch, this official full release greatly expands what was already the most ambitious game in the series.
The biggest addition is two new mini games, expanding on the four included in the preview. In Culinary Chaos, poor accident-prone Beans have to prepare ingredients and place them on a conveyor while removing unwanted non-food items and avoid mishaps. In Shuttle Shift, the Beans float through the interior of a spacecraft, avoiding all manner of cosmic hazards including robots and aliens.
Cutting edge augmented reality (AR) technology is a high-tech addition to an already entertaining mix. Looking through their phone’s camera, players can place a Bean into the real world, watching it dance and move around (at least until something dumb happens to it).
Other features include:
- Achievements for both new and old mini games
- Four brand new Beans and 20 additional accessories to collect
- A time-saving “collect all coins” button in each mini game
- New mini game tutorials and adjusted difficulty levels for a more satisfying game experience
To celebrate this new update and thank everybody who participated in the preview release, all players will be gifted a free mystery box containing a random collectible and a discount code for the e-store.
Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour is free to download and play from: