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A Very Cute First Person Shooter Game. Sequel to the most adorable and critically acclaimed FPS Gun Ballet of 2014.
release date: 19 Jun, 2019
About This Game Shoot baddies. Dodge Bullets. Find Secrets
Sequel to the most adorable First Person Shooter Gun Ballet. Feel the speed once again as you jump and shoot your way through the familiar cuetsy abstract world filled with clever traps and angry baddies fuming with rage. Pick out targets with precision accuracy and dodge an infinite barrage of bullets carefully jumping between floating islands all while racing the clock for a better score.
- Play a 100+ levels of pure jumping and shooting
- Experience five unique worlds with brand new traps and enemies
- Replay every level in a more challenging new game mode ☯
- Explore to find hidden levels, secrets and achievements
- Vibe to an original soundtrack by Calum Bowen
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7 SP1+
Processor: Intel Core i3
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Shader Model 4.0
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 400 MB available space
Additional Notes: Keyboard and Mouse Recommended
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Lovely Planet 2: April Skies free download
Lovely Planet 2: April Skies user review
The sequel to Lovely Planet and the 4th release set in the Lovely Planet universe. In this cute family-friendly shooter, you will be challenging your parkour skills across a floating world where one missed jump can mean disaster. You will need to defeat the mean red enemies while avoiding shooting the friendlies who are also present on the map. You will need to reach the goal for each level in a set amount of time. There are environmental challenges at play that change in their dynamics through the 5 different worlds, spanning over 100 levels. Each of the worlds has its own unique mechanics that mix up the gameplay, each progressively more difficult. It will require precise targeting and jumping if you hope to get 100% on the levels. It may take many attempts to get 100% for them all. It is a challenging game; achieving the top score for the levels is not easy as your time limits are short for completing each level to reach the best score.
This game is clearly a massive step down in terms of difficulty compared to the original. One of my favourite parts of LP1 was being walled on a difficult stage for a bit & finally overcoming it. There were many stages that were a challenge to get 3 stars on. I think this happened maybe ONCE while trying to get 3 stars on every stage in this game. This might be a positive to those who found the original too difficult, but I was hoping for more challenge, not less.
it's different, but i quickly got used to it. very much enjoyed my time with this game and would recommend it to anyone who enjoyed the first (or any in the series), although it is noticeably easier to complete. time attack movement is different - this time you have to strafe to aim for the top times. climbing terrain is very easy, similar to how it was in Super Lovely Planet. i think it is a great sequel.
Pretty good follow up to Lovely Planet 1. There were a few problems at launch but the dev has got those issues fixed now.
every level felt the same, every world the enemies are the same but have new hats, the music felt less energetic than the original. i think they lost sight of why people enjoyed the first one, and that's that it LOOKS like a cute game but its actually pretty hard.
This game is... fine. The fact that I can complete the entire game, all secrets, hard mode & all, in under 7 hours, which is half the time it took me to get through the original game once, even excluding secrets, is... well, disappointing, this is a much, much easier game even if it technically has more content. The game still plays fine enough - everything moves a bit faster, technically, and I believe hard mode ups the speed of the game even further, but at the same time there's not much that comes close to as frantic as some of the later levels in the original.
Great sequel, sadly it's a bit easier than the first game
Lovely Planet 2 is a great game, but may not appeal to you as much as the original did. My favorite aspect of these games has been the soundtrack, and while this track is still excellent, it relies a bit too heavily on the first game. I also enjoyed the difficulty of the first game but found it to be a bit too twitchy at parts. Well I feel the sequel over-corrects, and is now far too easy throughout the game. There are a few aspects that are simply solid improvements though. The most obvious improvement is with the engine, as the game now performs flawlessly, where the original would sometimes chug. There are also UI improvements like the red outline on the screen indicating an apple launch, for example. It's all just much friendlier. My biggest disappointment was that there are very few new assets in the game. I love the look of Lovely Planet, but there's hardly anything that visually tells the two games apart. So overall, I enjoyed my time with Lovely Planet 2. If you haven't played a Lovely Planet game before, I'd highly recommend that you start with this one, as you'll have a great time, and can further test the skills you develop with the original Lovely Planet and the other games. If you've already played Lovely Planet 1 though, you wouldn't be missing much by skipping this unfortunately.
This game feels like a step back from Lovely Planet in almost every way.
Lovely Planet 2: April Skies is great! I love the new mechanics and seeing this series evolve with each entry. Check it out!
"It's like if LocoRoco was a shooter."
I haven't had the chance to play the first Lovely Planet game but after going through 3 zones, I'd say I'm super interested to check it out myself now! :)
didn't play the first game, but damn it has some quick gameplay. love it
Has the same charm as the first game, but the levels don't feel as challenging. It has more replay value with added features from updates (such as arcade more). However, I still prefer the first game, as the levels were more fun and challenging. The sequel doesn't have the same level design, I've only struggled a few of the Ying-Yang levels, while most of the Lovely Planet 1's levels were hard.
Haven't played too much but fantastic so far. Focus for this one really seems to be on speedrunning/record attempts with reworked mechanics like strafing and others. Feels rougher around the edges than the original but patches have been pretty regular so far; looking forward to what's coming up in the near future for this game.
This game is rad. Like rad, rad. Like sit down and play it one sitting rad. I love it so much. I realize afterwards a bunch of stuff is hidden within and I want to check it out on the harder mode. Think of this game like a speedrunning game that is super tight without offering iron sights or even a reticle. I was landing hits and when I would have a clean run it felt super strong in a way I wasn't expecting. Highly recommend.
Just as lovely as the first game, but not nearly as difficult.