Twitter Data Dash: How To Play & Win – Level Up Your Privacy!

Twitter Data Dash: A Beginner’s Guide To Playing This Addictive Game And Protect new a Privacy Policy

Twitter has launched a browser-based game focused on its new Privacy Policy.

It is a unique and exciting way for the social media giant to disseminate importantly, if not annoying, information to millions of users.

It’s called Twitter Data Dash, and it’s a side-scrolling platform that sees you take your dog, called Data, so you can walk while avoiding obstacles. The game is designed by multidisciplinary artist Momo Pixel.

The first scene introduces us to a well-summed text: “Hit the streets of PrivaCity with your best friend, Data, to get to the park. Follow the instructions to keep her safe, and learn to control your own Twitter experience is on the way.”

Who can play Twitter Data Dash?

Dash is browser-based and can be accessed on mobile or desktop platforms including Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS.

In the desktop version, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to control the game. In the mobile field, you can tap the on-screen arrows to control the game.

How to play Twitter Data Dash

To play Dutch Dash, all you have to do is visit

From there, you can click start and you will be asked to select a language.

Twitter Data Dash A Beginner’s Guide To Playing This Addictive Game And Protect
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Then, you will be able to choose a character, there are four to choose from, each with its own unique style. You can also select a level on this screen if you want to jump to a specific part of the game.

Once started, the gameplay is very simple, it works like Mario and any other sidebar. Collect power-ups and jump over baddies until you reach the end of the level. I hope you learn something along the way.

What is the point of Twitter Data Dash?

Dash is Twitter’s way of getting its users to pay attention to the new Privacy Policy. Each level of the game should teach you something about Privacy on the platform with the big goal of ‘enhancing your privacy game.’

Of course, if you do not like to play, you can always view the Privacy Policy in the traditional way by clicking here.

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