DescriptionMs. Splosion Man is a basically the same game as 'Splosion Man with new levels and a female protagonist. The plot is that the evil scientists from the predecessor captured the hero and have a celebration, but due to a misfortune Ms. Splosion Man is created. After that, the story does not play a big role anymore except humorous comments by the protagonist.
Ms. Splosion Man has only one ability: strategical self-explosion; up to three times in a row which practically means a triple jump. While using the environment (e.g. exploding barrels), she needs to avoid the various traps in the levels. Most challenges have to be solved with good timing, but sometimes there are small puzzles to solve (usually involving switches). If a level is failed often enough it may be skipped - on the other end of the scale, a level also may be replayed for a better time or even raced against other players' ghost replays. Additionally there is a co-op campaign for up to four players with 50 different levels.
There are a few differences in the mobile versions of the game. While the levels itself are the same, new levels are not unlocked automatically after beating the previous level, but have to be purchased with tokens. Those are either earned by solving one of the 1500 challenges (e.g. destroying a certain number of objects or beating a developer's ghost) or by buying them via micro-transaction. Helpful for this task are the six power-ups which, for example, make the protagonist faster - but those also have to be purchased with tokens. There is no multiplayer.
Part of the Following Groups
- 3D Engine: BEARD
- Protagonist: Female
- Splosion Man series
- Visual technique / style: Live-action cutscenes
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The Press Says
|PC Games (Germany)||Windows||Jun, 2013||83 out of 100||83|
|4Players.de||Xbox 360||Jul 18, 2011||83 out of 100||83|
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- Ms. Splosion Man (official website)
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