Shopping Cart Hero 2 is a clever and cool twist on a classic game. It retains all the parts of a classic “swipe at a distance” game that players love. His clever use of one energy bar for horizontal distance and one for vertical distance is a clever way to simplify the game. The mechanics of the game itself are quite good. Controlling your hero as he soars through the sky makes the game more than just a “hit-for-distance” game, as he keeps you engaged until you hit the ground, and even a bit after.
The use of “Style” and a style multiplier make this game feel like an old skateboard game on a major console. Where you do tricks and the more different tricks you do, the more your multiplier increases. The upgrade system is also quite unique. You can upgrade your wheels and add rockets to your cart to improve your distance. You can also add some features to enhance your style points. Add-ons like groupies and hats to increase your multiplier and tricks to give you more chances to increase your style score. When you acquire $5000 you can buy a bat.
Now, to be honest, I didn’t know exactly what the bat was for until I started swinging it. When you’re on the ground, you can knock coconuts out of trees and coins out of grass. This gives you more money and you can even juggle the coconuts or catch the coins to get even more money. Players’ original thinking is that the trees are just background decoration, but this twist allows the player to stay เว็บแทงบอล engaged. It also adds more challenge to the game. First you have to take off correctly, then you have to perform your tricks in the air and land without crashing, then on your coconut swing spree, and then you have to perform tricks on the ground to improve your score even more. It is definitely not a boring game. If I had to make any criticism, I would say that the game lacks music.
When you first start the game, it’s a bit repetitive and somewhat bland with no music. An impatient player might stop playing as soon as he started. Other than that though, there aren’t too many bad things I can say about this game. It’s fun, it’s challenging, it even saves your progress so you can go back to it, because trust me, it’s going to take a while to get that golden shopping cart you want so badly.