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Though it doesn't rewrite the tower offense rulebook, Anomaly 2's meaty campaign, gorgeous visuals, and new morphing mechanic make it a worthy successor.
Easily one of the best mobile games I’ve played this year, Anomaly 2 is a tour de force of impressive visuals and exciting gameplay that raises the bar for mobile strategy games. It’s a refreshing take on a genre that clearly has some new ideas left in it.
A gorgeous, massive tower offence game, Anomaly 2 is good fun, but it's more of the same.
Despite a handful of technical hiccups, Anomaly 2 is everything fans of the previous games in the series would have asked for, and is a very easy sale for existing Anomaly nuts. Those who are put off by the typically static, reactive gameplay of the tower-defense genre, could do a lot worse than Anomaly 2 if they wish to discover what this gaming scene is really capable of.
Anomaly 2 is still quite the solid little strategy game, and there’s a lot to like here. But it’s a lot of what was to like in Anomaly: Warzone Earth and Anomaly Korea. Perhaps the more involved action will appeal to those who found the first two games too passive, and for those who haven’t played an Anomaly game this isn’t a bad time to dive in. But Anomaly 2 isn’t essential for those who don’t just want more of the series.