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Sep 22, 2005 | 5:24 AM EDT
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--Update--
I'm glad you guys like the game! Thanks for the great reviews (I've read every one of em)

It's finally done, the sequel to Thing-Thing. I read 800 some odd reviews and took just about every reasonable suggestion, and even some stuff you guys didn't ask for, and put it into Thing-Thing 2.
The controls are all in game, under tutorial, and there's a fairly in depth tutorial you should read to get you started.
The game has a save feature! It auto saves after every level, or you can go to the options to manage your data.
Note: This game has nothing to do with the first one, it's just another game in the series.

Reviews


TarotCard0TarotCard0

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it.

I actually think that this is my favorite game in the Thing Thing series. And just like every Run n' gun game I've played here; my favorite weapons are the shotguns. I do have a question though; throughout the game our HP slowly regenerates, but we seem to stop regenerating health at the final boss, is this programed in, or were my eyes just messing with me? an answer would be appreciated, but you don't have to if you don't want to. Well, thanks for a fun game, 5 stars!



Pixel45343Pixel45343

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was fun, but yes, those estupid respawning bad guys are a pain in the ass, but i managed to jumb and shoot at the same time it was fine



nejininja3nejininja3

Rated 5 / 5 stars

fun



AmonkoAmonko

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hard boss is fuck oh and very excelent game



ZeldaLover26ZeldaLover26

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is an okay game, and is worth playing, just for the heck of it. My only problem is the infinitely re-spawning bad guys. Yes, I'm aware that their here because you have to defeat a certain number of them to progress, and I'm not stating this to be an ass or anything, I just found it a bit of a nuisance. The main problem with it was that they would spawn in groups of almost five or six, and some would clump together, making it difficult to hit the guy you want to take out quickly. But I soon realized that it was all apart of the challenge, and once I adjusted to it, everything was fine. It was just a little irritating was all.