What were your childhood games like?
Onboard on an epic adventure of more than 20 hours through video games history filled with a ton of funny classical games references.
From 2D RPG, through 3D vs fight to a shooter, a trading card game and more you’ll get your fill of jumping from a game genre to another, never bored.
“Evoland 2: A slight case of spacetime continuum disorder” is not only one game but many, backboned with a story that will make you travel through time, discovering different art styles and video gaming technology.
Released first on PC with 500.000 copies shipped, we’re proud to share with you this experience carefully adapted for mobile devices.
« It’s a mashup on a grand scale — and a successful one — bringing together many of the elements that make us love all those games individually. » - 9/10 GamesBeat
“Evoland 2 manages to seamlessly blend an incredible number of genres into a single, wonderful experience.”
4/5 – Hardcoregamer
Compatible with MFI controllers.
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In addition to traditional optimization and improvements you will find:
- Additionnal supports for external controllers
- Some random crashes has been catched and are now fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
This game is a vast improvement from the first. Evoland’s gameplay felt more like a gimmick. With the amount of times the game evolves from early on it felt like each section was fiery brief, especially the Final Fantasy combat in the beginning. It only lasted to grind money to get a new sword and then for 1 dungeon, then you don’t see it again for a while until the end. Evoland 2 has great gameplay with an amazing story that makes it feel like it’s own game beside just being OH remember this from the past! I’d honestly recommend this game to anyone who wants something to play on the phone for a long time. I’m only on my 11th hour and am probably only halfway through. I’ve also been seeing many complaints over the control layout, mainly during the mountain platforming. The controls are fine, it’s just challenging to do. Get Good.
Fun RPG/adventure ruined by terrible required side-games.
This Zelda/Chrono Trigger-style game is fun and cute until you reach areas that are impassible without going into new style of gameplay. The Alpha Mountain platform-gameplay level is far too long and frustratingly difficult with the iPhone controls. Then, if you beat that and were hoping to get back to the RPG style-game you are out of luck! That is followed up by an unavoidable, jittery, boring bullet-hell style flying game that is also made nearly unplayable by buggy, bad controls. (The flying thing constantly jumps to the top of the screen!) This section goes on about 3 times longer than it needed to. Then you are forced into a bad street fighter clone that’s also twice as long as it should be, shallow, and frustratingly difficult only because of the controls. All this twee, jokey gaming variation feels like conceited arrogance on the part of the developers that they couldn’t let this be all be shorter and more spaced out, or even optional. (“Hey check out my flying game! Now you need to play my fighting game! I can also do platformers! Is there anything we can’t do!?”) Maybe this game is worth the sale price, if you have patience or a separate controller. The RPG side is fun though, with some very clever levels and funny jokes. Overall, be warned. Frustrating game play from half-baked bad design is so much worse than something that is n intentionally well designed challenge.
Controls need work
If i had left this review before the 3D era this would have been a solid 5 stars. But after reaching Alpha mountain, I am so frustrated I am going to put this game aside.
This game has you travel through time. Each jump in time changes the graphics style of the game. You play 8-bit graphics, 16-bit and 3D graphics.
The game has an interesting storyline and has been enjoyable to play. A lot of similarities to Zelda. The controls have been fine for the tasks that you are required to do. But in Alpha Mountain that all changed. you need to jump from bouncing mushroom to mushroom and if you do not land on the next mushroom you die. A touch screen does not work well for this, I have spent 60 minutes of jump jump jump die, start over again. You need to jump really high and over multiple obstacles.
I do not mind tasks like this that take some skill to complete, but when the reason for failure is not skill, but the poor responsiveness of the controls, it turns a fun game into pure frustration. These types of issues completely ruin a game. Yesterday I was looking forward to playing this game and seeing how the story ends. Today I have given up in frustration and am looking for a new game to play.
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- 525.7 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Apple TV
- Requires tvOS 11.0 or later.
English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Shiro games
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