Army Men II

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The sequel to Army Men sees Sarge lead his troops back into battle, with more weapons and plenty of plastic melting action. The top-down war never stops as you take control of the Green army, out to stop the Tan army from taking control of the toy box, using whatever weapon you can find, including the trusty tank and the "burn baby burn" magnifying glass. There is also multiplayer (4 in all).


  • 玩具兵大战II - Simplified Chinese spelling

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Average score: 67% (based on 23 ratings)


Average score: 3.0 out of 5 (based on 13 ratings with 1 reviews)

Good gameplay + unique premise = A good buy

The Good
First, the premise is extremely interesting. The tan soldiers and the green soldiers are fighting each other in a war. General Plasto has disappeared and left commander Mylar in charge of Tan forces, which are as we speak, viscously attacking green territory. The story is continued with a mix of in game dialogue and extremely well done FMV sequences, and despite the simplicity of the plot, you will be genuinely interested in what comes next. The graphics are nothing spectacular, but are good for the time. The controls are rather simple, although new comes may have difficulty mastering them. There are a large variety of weapons such as flamethrower, grenades, mortars, rifles, etc that you can get. The levels, although sometimes repetitive, sometimes give a great military feel and often present interesting challenges such as getting through and clearing out an enemy minefield.

The Bad
Well, the main problem i have with the game is that it's kind of creepy. Enemy soldiers will scream as their heads are blown off, or they melt into pools of plastic. The death scenes are creepy also (in a darkly humorous sort of way) such as Sarge being executed in an electric chair, death by lethal injection, and being transformed into what is best described as a plastic zombie.

The Bottom Line
An above average game that causal players will enjoy, although I wouldn't recommend it for kids.

Windows · by James Kirk (150) · 2004



The original box came with a tan plastic soldier carrying a bazooka, and a green one carrying a radio and a rifle. They were displayed in a transparent plastic box attached to the game box.


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Game added by Kartanym.

Additional contributors: Tony Gies, CaesarZX, Patrick Bregger.

Game added October 14, 2000. Last modified March 31, 2024.