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Jumping Flash 2 is a very worthy sequel. With better graphics, higher jumps, and lots more levels. It's also one of the few games that will appeal to kids and experienced gamers alike. (You'll have to be quite skilled to solve the whole thing!).
Jumping Flash 2 is easily the best (and the first true 3-D platform) game played by this reviewer. It’s a worthy sequel to the original and brings a breath of fresh air into the somewhat stale catalogue of platform games currently available for the PlayStation. With any luck it will get a UK release soon and and that huge price will come down.
One thing that could have used some improvement is the surprisingly low level of difficulty. The worlds and bosses (though impressive) are just too easy. However, this shouldn't take away too much from the sheer enjoyment to be had piloting Robbit around. If you liked the original, you'll definitely like this one.
On the surface, Jumping Flash! 2 looks like nothing more than a cutesey game aimed at younger kids. While it is that, it's also a whole lot more. And though players would hardly expect it, this game is truly innovative and contains an outstanding interface that provides a very exciting, challenging adventure for kids and older gamers alike.
Sorry Jumping Flash fans, the sequel's a major let down! Too short, too easy and too much of the same thing does nothing to add value to this initially promising series. Jumping Flash " is plagued by the one thing that the first game was definitely furthest from: unoriginality.