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Bugdom 2 uses the accelerometer for the control of Skip’s movements. This can take a moment to get used to but once your hands have found the rhythm of the controls, it works great. One missing feature in Bugdom 2 is an autosave option, especially since it takes a little while to complete levels. But with so many games in the app store being fairly repetitive, Bugdom 2 is a rare game that actually has a story and offers fun for players of any age.
As long as you don’t mind a little cheesiness and a few other inconveniences, Bugdom 2 is one of the best and most exciting action/adventure games available for iPhone, rivaling even games on dedicated gaming platforms like the Nintendo DS.
I wanted to enjoy Bugdom 2 more than I did. Every time I go to play an iPhone game, it’s my first choice. However, the awkward controls would eventually get on my nerves, and I’d have to abandon it for something else. Worse, I’d get interrupted late in a level and have to abandon the game without being able to save my progress on that level. When it comes to bang for your buck, however, Bugdom 2 is a fantastic value. It’s complexity and size will make sure you don’t complete it or get bored with it within a matter of hours, so it’s sure to stay on your iPhone or iPod touch for some time to come. You may abandon it every now and again, but keep it on your iDevice; eventually, you’ll work your way through it, and that’ll make you about as hardcore as the iPhone can…for now.
If deep, multi-level, tilt-i-Phone games are your thing, you will love Bugdom 2. And there’s a lot to love. Stunning graphics, audio and overall color is alone worth seeing on your iPhone. It’s a great game for kids, and for that reason, get it while it’s still $2.99. That’s a steal for such a deep, well-designed game. Hopefully some of the control issues will be smoothed out in future versions.
This is a good action game only marred by its horrendous save system and occasional bug. The controls really do take getting used to, though. This adventure doesn't need an exterminator, just an upgrade to address some obvious problems.
Bugdom 2 has some good elements of graphics, sound and some fun gameplay but marred by a control system that just doesn’t fit this style of game. ‘Toy bot diaries’ showed how ‘touch and tilt’ can work in a platformer. Bugdom 2 is an old game shoehorned to fit in the iPhone, and it’s not a comfortable fit!
Bugdom 2 is a fantastic game…just not on the iPhone, at least not yet. If Pangea puts some additional work into the game’s controls (perhaps adding some kind of lock-on feature) and changes the game’s wrongheaded policy on saving and continues, you will see our “caution” turn to “good” in a hurry. But we suggest you wait until then.