If someone calls you a “Dodo” you may get a little offended, but what if you’ve been dubbed the Dodo Master? Well, if you’ve played Semir Saleh’s Dodo Master, you would be thrilled at the moniker and if you dig platformers, it’s a game you’ll want to check out.

Dodo Master isn’t your typical platform game for various reasons. For starters, you actually play as a Dodo who’s gone is search of her eggs. She’s also trapped in a dungeon, which isn’t the best place for a bird. There are hats… quite a few of them actually and you won’t have to pay to get them either. There are also hazards aplenty as it is a platformer, so you’ll definitely spend some time trying to avoid a wide variety of traps.There are around 80 levels to play through, and it features controller support if you want to use a gamepad.


If you’re looking for a solid puzzle-platformer that’s a little different from the rest of the crowd, Dodo Master is well worth a look. The full version of Dodo Master will only set you back a buck, and there’s a free version so you can try before you buy.

Dodo Master  (free)

Dodo master (paid)