Game Info:

Foxyland 2
Developed by: BUG-Studio
Published by: Ratalaika Games
Release date: January 24, 2020
Available on: Nintendo Switch, PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Android, PC
Genre: Platformer
ESRB rating: Everyone: Mild language and mild fantasy violence
Number of players: Up to 2
Price: $5.99

Thank you Ratalaika Games for sending us a review code!

Foxyland 2 is an entertaining platformer in which you help Foxy save his children from two hungry wolves. With over 40 levels, it's longer than the previous game. You can also have a friend help you save your pups by having them play as Foxy's wife, Jennie.

In the story of Foxyland 2, you play as a fox named Foxy, and your pups, Tim and Cindy, get kidnapped by 2 wolves, named Duke and Jax. You and your wife Jennie (who you were saving in the first game) embark on a journey to save your kids from the hungry wolves. You will have to defeat many enemies, either by throwing cherries, or jumping on top of them. There are three worlds, and in each one the enemies change. In the first one, the enemies are the easiest, and they don't have any special traits. The second world is a desert, so they all have cacti on their heads and backs. If you jump on them, you die. The only way to kill them is with cherries. In the third world, there are mushrooms everywhere, and you can use those to bounce, and get to high places. The enemies don't have anything protecting them, but they are much stronger and faster.

Foxyland 2

Strong Points: Fun; multiplayer; over 40 levels
Weak Points: The only levels that are difficult are boss levels, almost all others are very easy
Moral Warnings: Mild language (h*ll, d*mn)

What I think is a problem is that the first boss was harder than the final one. What made it so difficult is that it had a lot of health, and it shrunk the battle area so much that you didn't have enough room to dodge its attacks. The final boss was very predictable and easy to outmaneuver.

The music is not amazing, but it fits the setting and situation very well. The sound effects are not accurate, but they're fitting. For example, like most games there is a chime when you grab a coin, and when you kill an enemy, there is a crushing sound.

The controls are simple because they only use one joystick/d-pad and two buttons. They are extremely easy to get used to because of this, and that makes Foxyland 2 very easy.

Foxyland 2
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 76%
Gameplay: 15/20
Graphics: 7/10
Sound: 7/10
Stability: 4/5
Controls: 5/5

Morality Score - 92%
Violence: 8/10
Language: 8/10
Sexual content: 10/10
Occult/Supernatural: 10/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 10/10

I didn't experience any game-breaking bugs or glitches, and the game never crashed.

It has some mild language, (h*ll, d*mn) so I don't know why it is rated as E. There is violence, but it isn't too bad. There are spikes and traps, but no gore or blood. The bosses will try to crush you or rain spikes on you, but there aren't any gruesome details or anything like that.

Foxyland 2 is a very fun platformer that I really enjoyed. It does have some mild language and violence, but nothing too bad. I would recommend this game to anyone that enjoys platformers with lovable characters and lots of enemies to fight.

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