A title that both is descriptive and correct!
With a different setting, but graphic, sound and gameplay are otherwise identical to the other two first-generation Keen games. And that's just brilliant. If it ain't broken, why bother to fix it?
Two minor differences makes the second game remarkably cool, though.
1. You can turn off the light on levels, if you prefer playing blind that is!
2. You can activate a doomsday machine and blow up Earth! You lose the game with it, but having the liberty to do something you aren't supposed to is just awesome!
Like it's the case with most of the Keen games, it can probably be beaten in ten minutes as soon as you know your way around the levels.
The Bottom Line
Football helmet / pogostick / zap-gun action at it's best. My personal favorite of the three first games.