I haven't played the first Blackmoor, but I really enjoyed the second one. As a big fan of platformers this game fit right up my alley. It offered a pretty unique art style and great action sequences. It's incredibly rewarding to fight enemies with your sword. At times I felt like the controls were a little tight and sensitive. Jumping between platforms felt way harder then it should be. But overall this game was incredibly well done. Offering, co-op mode, and some online play as well as a stage builder, which I didn't get a chance to fully play with but it looked really cool at first glance and would provide months of entertainmnent.
Years ago, a scruffy knight embarked on a quest to destroy a cursed artifact to save the world.
He never returned.
A band of new and old adventurers embark on a new quest to find their lost friend.
- BLACKMOOR 2 is a one of a kind fantasy arcade platformer with genre defining combat and a mix of classic and modern gaming.
- STORY mode with twists and turns, eight heroes, enemies and bosses full of character.
- BUILD with our user-generated dungeon builder. Build your own challenges and share them with ease. It's a sandbox for creativity.
- MULTIPLAYER in real time, play together with up to 4 players online.
- Supports MFi controllers, iCloud saving and all resolutions of iPhone & iPad.
This game was given a score of 7.6/10 which is good. Anything above a 5.0 is considered a great game. Below is a breakdown of the elements that were factored into the rating for this game. Even though Waldo's reviews are based on personal opinion, each game's rating follows a strict confidential rubric system for fairness.
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