Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games

Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games

There are many apps and games on Google Play but few of them become as popular as Dumb Ways to Die – a small-sized but fun game that puts you in charge of three funny creatures. The main goal of the app is to keep them alive but things are not as simple as they may seem. All in all the creatures will finally die in funny ways and that’s what’s supposed to bring you fun with this app. Well, as to us, we did like it as tens of millions of people around the world.

Dumb Ways to Die came to us a while ago so it is time for a new version! Called Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games the new app brings more of the same under different wraps. We cannot deny the addition of new features but one thing is for sure – the new Android game is just as fun as the old one. This time everything takes place during an event that looks like the Olympic Games hence the name of the game. You have three creatures just like before and they have to compete and successfully finish (read alive) various game events. To get to them you have to use a map and travel to the events with a train. The number of the events is large and we believe there are at least 20 of them divided in categories. Once you choose a category and engage in the sports events Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games presents you with a simple screen where you have to achieve a certain goal to win and stay alive. If you fail, you get to die in a funny and often grotesque way that will make most people laugh.

There isn’t anything else to say about the game except that it is in 2D only and keeps the spirit of Dumb Ways to Die alive – that is Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games looks like the previous version a lot and keeps the same fast and simple gameplay. After all such games must bring fun quickly without making you think a lot, otherwise the whole idea behind a game may get lost in learning how to play it. We did like Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games and we think you will too.

The free-to-play Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games is here on Google Play.

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