Dash track

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A dash track icon for Sunset Octocopter

Dash tracks are a mechanic found in Octo Canyon, the Octo Expansion, and Return of the Mammalians. Upon touching a dash track, the player is sent flying in the direction it points in, allowing them to cross large gaps or quickly clear obstacles. Bombs also follow dash tracks. They are also used in a Shifty Station layout, The Maze Dasher. The player can move onto the dash track in any form.


Dash tracks resemble conveyor belts that are always in motion. They can be placed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. In Octo Canyon and The Maze Dasher they have pictures of squids on them, resembling arrows. In Octo Expansion and Return of the Mammalians they have chevrons instead. In Side Order they have wider chevrons that go across the whole pad.

They also send the player, enemies, and most bombs flying towards the direction they are pointing at at a relatively fast speed, usually enough to cross a huge gap otherwise inaccessible. Sprinklers and Suction Bombs remain on and follow the dash panel, while Burst Bombs explode on impact. They also have the Ammo Knights logo on them.


Octo Canyon

Octo Expansion

Shifty Station

Return of the Mammalians

Side Order

Dash tracks were seen in the DLC's second trailer, but it is not clear which level they are in at this time.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダッシュ板
Dash board
Netherlands Dutch Springband Jump belt [a]
CanadaFrance French Tapis roulant
Germany German Schleuderband Sling belt [b]
Russia Russian Треколет
Fly track
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Cinta aceleradora
Spain Spanish (NOE) Rampa aceladora Accelerator ramp
China Chinese (Simplified) 冲刺板
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 衝刺板
South Korea Korean 대시 벨트 Dash belt
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Translation notes

  1. From springen ("to jump") and lopende band ("conveyor belt")
  2. From Schleuder ("sling") and Förderband ("conveyor belt")