Major Mayhem 2: Action Hero 9+

Classic Arcade Shooting Game

Rocket Jump

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 8.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The Forces of Evil are back and have rudely interrupt your romantic getaway! It's time to take vengeance with extreme prejudice...

Grab your biggest guns and embark on a mission of exciting arcade shooting action that will keep you coming back for more. Blast bad guys, dodge bullets and travel to the moon and back in an adventure only worthy of Major Mayhem.

● Fast, fun, arcade cover shooting action
● Simple to play
● Hard to master
● Offline mode. Play anywhere, anytime.
● Survival Game Mode - Online leaderboards and prizes
● Hundreds of enemies to shoot
● Dozens of hostages to save
● Costumes
● Hats
● Colourful, fun, HD 3D graphics
● 5 Big Boss Fights!
● Light hearted storyline with a dash of humour
● Unlock and upgrade 20 guns!


What’s New

Version 1.205

Maintenance update:
Bug fixes.
Fixes to ad issues.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
8.3K Ratings

8.3K Ratings

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Beautiful Design-and FUN!

This is a great game, and its free to play. The complaints about micro transactions are BS. Sure, they are there if you want, but there is no reason why you should do it if you don’t want to. It’s in-vogue to complain about them, and lacks any originality or attempt to critique the game (get off your lame, old-hat soap boxes). About the game, its smooth, and quick... the graphics and level design are beautiful. The team at rocket jump has ensured that you can get all the weapons as there is a limited number of blue prints available for each weapon, and eventually you will collect all blue prints and just be left with gold from chests. That being said, it’s pretty short for end game play, especially after you 3 star all missions and finished each achievement ( except for the 10 mil xp). Thank you rocket jump for a great FREE game!

Order: Squamata ,

Great but needs some more improvement

I’m not gonna lie, this game is great and is somewhat addicting in a way, the only problem (or problems) is the inclusion of an energy system which slows the pace down a little too much. The second is one of the original problems from MM1 and it’s that weapons cost a bit too much and/or that you don’t earn much money playing. I know this game is supposed to be a bit challenging, but the the cash seems very minuscule or the value of it is too low. Again, this is great game all in all. The graphics are a nice mix between nice and cartoon-y, the weapons do seem to have some power behind them, I love how the enemies have a couple lines of dialogue during combat each with their own voices, the upgrade system is nice but is a bit expensive, the fact that you can unlock blueprints for weapons is also fine, but the only problem is you have to open chests that require you to watch ads to open them which is not that worth out as you have to wait several hours to open them. Hope this game does get those changes in the future.


First one was better

This game is ruined by the advertisements and micro transactions. Want to play the next mission? Please watch this video. Want the next gun? Well you could play for a 45 hours to earn the arbitrary gems or you could just buy them with real money! The first Major Mayhem was a blast. I played for hours unlocking all the guns and completing the silly achievements. This game however ultimately cripples you by forcing you to pay real money, or watch ads to ‘speed up’ the unlocks. It’s predatory and ruins the game. I would have rather bought an ad-free micro transaction free game for 9.99 than have this garbage for free.

Mechanics are pretty solid though. Although, the jump to dodge during the ‘run n gun’ sequences is frustrating and doesn’t work properly. I miss the armor/health replenishment from the first game. They are just forcing you to ‘die’ so you can watch another ad to play again. Weapon selection is abysmal compared to the first, and it is much harder to obtain weapons in Major Mayhem II.

I beat the 50 missions, and will be promptly uninstalling.

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