The combat is always coming fast and frantic and you’ll constantly need to pay attention to what’s going on everywhere around you, each level does ease you in somewhat but it’s never long before it’s near impossible to keep yourself alive while also worrying about reducing the enemies numbers so you can keep going just a little bit longer. The gameplay is certainly one of the best assets of PewPew 2, the constant struggle to keep going while dealing with increasing numbers becomes addictive as you find yourself doing that little bit better each time. The campaign mode also has it’s draws, with its various difficulty levels and wide variety of levels although some of the objectives can become a little frustrating.
The simplistic graphical style is a lot like the vector based arcade games from the early 80?s and this keeps the game running at a very smooth pace. The vector style has aged very well, but then again no 80?s arcade machine looked quite this good. Particle effects fly across the screen as waves of bullets strike foes and parts of the levels pulse to the great music beating in the background. There are no sound effects in PewPew 2 but the music keeps playing constantly throughout the game and menus and it suits the action well (full OST available at http://onurmusic.com/pewpewost)
PewPew 2 can be quite a challenging game but it’s a whole lot of fun regardless of your skill level, even more so if you enjoy its fast paced arcade style.When you’re ready, head over to the Android Market and download this game by clicking or scanning the QR Code