Tappingo 2 Reviews (Nintendo 3DS)
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NintendoWorldReport (Sep 08, 2014)
The one issue I found with Tappingo 2 is that the difficultly curve could be smoother. The game takes a while to get difficult and when the game finally picks up in difficulty, the change is drastic. However, players can play the puzzles in any order so players searching for more difficulty can skip ahead. T appingo 2 is a step closer to puzzle perfection for the franchise. The implementation of a zoom feature improves the game experience significantly on the larger puzzles. Tappingo 2 should not be missed by 3DS puzzle game fans, especially those who like Picross. This is an excellent choice for those looking for something to add a little variety to their 3DS library.
Nintendojo (Sep 17, 2014)
Another very small gripe is that it can be murderously grueling to go back and redo entire chunks of a puzzle because of a single, small error. It’s common to unwittingly stretch a row of tiles in the wrong direction, build the puzzle up, and then realize that a wrong move made a minute or so back has resulted in the need to redo a ton of work. In fairness, however, each puzzle is timed, with the intent being to complete them as quickly as possible. If Smits were to include something like a rewind or do-over button, it would diminish the honesty of the game’s time keeping. I’m not sure if the tradeoff would be worth it, but I think it’s a fair point that’s at least worth broaching. Overall, though, Tappingo 2 is an excellent addition to the eShop that would be criminal to overlook. Go snag a copy for yourself today!
Nintendo Life (Sep 08, 2014)
Tappingo 2 makes some nice improvements while retaining the same light, fun, I-said-I-was-going-to-do-just-one-more-five-puzzles-ago concept of the original, and once again it sits at a price that makes it hard not to recommend to anyone who might be interested. It’s a pure no-brainer for those who loved the first game, while newcomers should make a line for this version first.
Gamegravy (Sep 10, 2014)
Tappingo 2 is the perfect example of a handheld game. It can be played in short bursts and you still have a feel of accomplishment when completing a few puzzles. The price point of $2.99 is perfect as well for the pricing structure they are trying to create. If you are a fan of the original Tappingo or of the Picross series I highly recommend giving Tappingo 2 a shot.
Digitally Downloaded (Sep 19, 2014)
Still, for its price Tappingo 2 offers a good number of puzzles to occupy some time. While it could be considered short, there is a creativity to its puzzle design that does make it quite appealing, and so it's worth the investment - especially for people that use their 3DS for killing time and public transport.
FNintendo (Jul 15, 2015)
Em suma, Tappingo 2 é mais uma expansão de Tappingo do que uma verdadeira sequela, para além dos novos puzzles pouco introduziu e nada modificou nas suas mecânicas que, apesar de interessantes, são facilmente domináveis. Pelo baixo preço pedido é um jogo a ter em conta, especialmente para quem gosta do primeiro jogo e para fãs de Picross que querem experimentar algo semelhante mas estranhamente diferente.
Destructoid (Oct 03, 2014)
Tappingo 2 is a solid choice if you are looking for a way to kill a few hours and you have run out of other puzzle game options. I would have rather had fewer, more challenging levels overall but for $2.99 it might be worth the money.
Brash Games (Sep 24, 2015)
Having seen what it is possible to create with these pixels I would have liked more complicated artwork to draw. However, Tappingo 2 is an excellent colouring book puzzle that will having you sticking around for a while. It’s very small and cheap so it is great to have on your 3DS to play between games or just a quick 5 minute puzzle when you feel like it. I think it is great and you should definitely give it a go.