Last King of Africa 2
Bulkypix is becoming a power house
publisher on the iPhone/iPod Touch. They are not churning as many titles
out as some other companies, but their games are generally very high
quality. Last King of Africa 2 is the best looking iPhone/iPod Touch
game I have ever seen. It looks like a port from the Personal Computer
(PC) that lost very little in visual translation.
There is some peril in Last King of Africa 2, and some animal attacks. The violent content is not shown, but the effects are. The snake bite portion freaked me out. I don't like snakes. I don't like snakes one bit. Yes I know they do good by killing rodents. Human beings are not rodents and they will bite us. I do not care why. They need to learn to abstain from that behavior. I am not going to hold my breath waiting for the government to solve that problem though.
So you know we got these awesome visuals in Last King of Africa 2 right? What about the sounds? Well there is also voice acting in this app. These two things are probably why Last King of Africa 2 is currently two hundred and six megs. Not the smallest app on this platform. The special effect sounds fit this game, especially finding the hidden gems. Although they are not hidden very well.
There are few puzzles in Last King of Africa 2 that I would want to play a second time. This game is also one penny shy of three dollars. Not the most expensive app on the market, but a little higher than most of the ones that have gone viral. Last King of Africa 2 targets a specific audience, and it does a decent job of providing for that audience.
If you enjoy games like Myst or Derek then you will want to take a look at Last King of Africa 2. Parts of this game are easy, and others made me rack my brain. The storyline is one of the few portions of Last King of Africa 2 that kept me coming back for me. I wanted to find out what was going to happen next. Last King of Africa 2 gives players enough clues to solve the situations.
The main theme in Last King of Africa 2 is to clean up your own messes. As a mother of two boys I love that lesson. This is the kind of lesson that many American children should be learning. All those billions of dollars to education and they can't teach any common sense. So it is up to us parents to educate them in the ways that are actually important. I enjoyed playing Last King of Africa 2 on the iPhone/iPod Touch.
Family Friendly Factor: 69%
System: iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
ESRB Rating: '4+' - 4+
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