Vector 2 features intense gameplay with procedurally generated environment and lifelike animations in a dystopian world.
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE
Descend through a huge and complex research facility and try to get out alive – over and over again.
There’s no good run without good equipment! Try out experimental high-tech gear that will help you survive a little longer and discover ways to empower it.
ADD STYLE TO YOUR SKILL
Learn stunts to dodge deadly traps – and do it in the most badass way ever possible.
fixed occasional bug with incorrect beginning of chapter 2
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You should finish the game
I personally like the second game more than the first for multiple reasons. 1) Is the amount of cool tricks you can do per level I really think it’s a cool addition because who doesn’t like doing sick flips while running away from something but not only that but I don’t need to master every single jump like the first game.
2) Second reason why I like the game is because it’s unique and different to the first one. I see a lot of people complaining that this one is so different and honestly you shouldn’t blame the dev. Developers like to make something different then the same game or something similar to it.
3)My last reason is how the game is just generally fun, very fast pace gameplay, easy mechanics, and fun challenging levels.
The only problem I have with the game is....there is no end ;(
Could be better
The game is ok. It’s much better then the first in terms of how you progress. Which is that you need to complete an objective rather then getting stars like the first one. Unfortunately, even though getting to the next level is easy, I won’t be finishing this game. The reason is half way (I think) into chapter 2, you’ll have to be running in the dark for a brief period of time. That’s not the reason I’m not finishing it, since it doesn’t take that long for the lights to come back on. I’m quitting this game due a challenge you have to complete on level 25 in chapter 2, where you need to run past 4 buttons or whatever to keep the heat down and prevent whatever is heating up from exploding. This wouldn’t be bad, except all your jumps and ducks have to be perfect in order to make it to the next button in time before the machine suddenly explodes, and half the time you’ll have to do this in the dark where you can barley see what’s coming up next until it’s right in front of you. Also, when you fail on this floor, you don’t get to continue on the same floor like normal. You have to go back to the previous floor, and run through that again in order to get back to the 25th floor and do everything over again. Also, the lights going out is randomly generated just like all the floors.
Say you’re sitting in a transportation vehicle. It takes between 10-65 minutes (hope your battery is good.)You have nothing to else to entertain you but your phone. If you have Vector 2, great! This game (If your brain actually works and you understand it, which apparently some don’t) is actually not that complicated, especially once you’ve progressed through the game enough. However, the micro transactions are absolutely disgusting. You can’t even earn those EA loot box rejects. You can even earn loot boxes in Battlefront 2. It’s just they’re very hard to earn. I know there is no story, but since this is still in development (Nekki, pay more attention to your other child too, that being Vector 2) I am going to give this game the benefit of the doubt. Vector 1 was fun, but it gets mundane overtime because you’re playing the same levels over and over. However, Vector 2 has a random level generation system, which keeps the fun going. Overall, it’s a good game to pass your time. Pick up this game. It’s worth it.
- Nekki Limited
- 246.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Nekki
- In-App Purchases
- Get premium $1.99
- Data Chips small pack $2.99
- Starter Pack $0.99
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