‘Dumb Ways To Die’ Continues With Release Of Latest Game

‘Dumb Ways To Die’ Continues With Release Of Latest Game
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‘Dumb Ways To Die’ is proud to announce the long-awaited release of its third mobile game.

Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour returns to the enormously popular quick-to-play minigames of its two predecessors, but adds an entirely new dimension of interactivity as players become custodians for entire towns full of disaster-prone Beans.

Available today from the App Store and Google Play, Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour invites players to take charge of locales in the world of the Beans. As digital caretakers, they are tasked with repairing crumbling buildings, caring for injured Beans in hospital, and unlocking new game features.

Each town also features minigames that challenge players to keep Beans safe during extremely unsafe activities.

These include learning to fly a plane, floating through space, exploring a cursed tomb, and rushing headlong down a ski slope.

Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour has launched with 10 of the most popular Beans available to collect, each with unique behaviour and distinct (and dumb) ways to die. Players can also collect clothing and accessories to dress them up, with some of these outfits conferring in-game benefits.

All of this fun aims to remind players to be safe around trains.
Leah Waymark, CEO of Dumb commented, “We’re really excited to be taking our fans deeper than ever before into the world of the Beans. Dumb Ways to Die has always been about drawing people to an important message with humour to get them to think about the consequences one careless moment can bring. We hope that by being put in the role of a caretaker, players will come to really care about their cute little Beans, and this will change how they think about risky behaviour.”

Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour has been developed by the acclaimed Melbourne-based game studio PlaySide, makers of hit mobile games including Catch the Ark, Icy Ropes, and Monkey Ropes. Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour is available free from the App Store.

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