Download Menehune Dash apk 1.1 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 24.0 MB
That's what we say when we mean "Hello" or "Goodbye". But here we mean "Hello"!
This is an EASY and FUN game to play and you got 60 miles ahead of you!
Got skills? See how far you can go without falling into the water or running into a crab.
Help Kamahele "The Traveller", our little menehune jump from ledge to ledge collecting opihis along the way and after collecting 50 opihis activate a bubble shield. Make sure to avoid the crabs or use the bubble shield by running into them, "POP"! Grab 50 more opihis to activate another bubble shield or collect a starfish for an instant shield! Be on the lookout for coconuts, grab em and it will give you a boost for a good 3 seconds.
While playing this game, enjoy the island music ukulele background, hawaiian words and lingo used by the locals in Hawaii. Keep tapping that screen and watch Kamahele jump, flip, backflip and our famous island hand sign; SHAKA!
Only the top 10 distances will be saved on your device. Challenge your friends and ohana and see if they can beat your farthest distance. Remember, all you need to play this game is one finger to tap, tap, tap away and you got five of em!
Hope to see you and a big MAHALO!
That's what we say when we mean "Thank You"!
Oh yeah, be on the lookout for Menehune Dash 2.0 where there will be more adventures and new things to learn and know.
New Menu Layout
- Hanging sign now have 4 selections (added Training Day)
- Training Day allows you can train before the Big Race
- Profile button added to check game stats
- Island School: Now open to learn some Hawaiian words
- Corrected ads not to show up while playing
Alii Apps part of our Casual and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update April 18, 2015. Google play rating is 96.0. Current verison is 1.1. Actual size 24.0 MB.
Good game for children. Easy. Not much to it. Would like to see more Hawaiian vocabulary and some more culture included. Idea: Bonus levels where you can earn the bubble by correctly defining Hawaiian term. Or name that fish! Nice job though, otherwise.