Iron Jack 2 is a game of skill and quick thinking that puts players in the shoes of an Android and iPhone. Your goal is to fly for futuristic scenarios full of obstacles and grab all the coins you find energy. In Iron Jack 2, you find a 2D action game and platform that runs off a little from the standard genre. Instead of worrying only to annihilate enemies or jump off cliffs, you also need to pay close attention to the obstacles and must take all coins of each phase. The frantic gameplay is one of the hallmarks of the work, because the large amount of moving obstacles and opponents that requires the player to remain always alert. And the objects that react realistically can also block key passages. The downside is the lack of a D-pad that allows intelligent movements more precise. The two arrows still realize if the player remains attentive, but are not well suited for a fast-action title in which one mistake can be fatal.
The graphics engine recreates a world title very dark and macabre that would be perfect for a horror shooter. However, the poor contrast of some elements might cause you easily get confused. In addition, the low resolution affect the gambling devices with large screens such as tablets. All matches are packed by an electronic melody that blends perfectly with the dark atmosphere of the game. Also, the sound effects remain strong and expressive climate funeral in perfect harmony.
The movement in the two-dimensional world is quite simple, as you simply press the button located at the bottom right of the screen to activate the rocket and use the commands shaped arrow that are left to change the direction of the protagonist. Besides the large amount of obstacles, numerous enemies also appear in more than 60 stages to disrupt your work, forcing you to use weapons and hide to survive.
- Easy and intuitive gameplay.
- 60 levels divided across 3 sectors.
- 10 weapons!
- 8 powerups.
- Immersive music and 3D graphics.
- Achievements & Cross platform world ranking.
Check out the video demo below:
- Many phases.
- Realistic physics.
- Good level of difficulty.
- Antiquated control scheme.
- The dark visuals hinder viewing.