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Feb 27, 2012 | 10:57 AM EST
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The way the cookie crumbles 5 Points Beat the crap out of the first opponent!
Bad boy, bad! 10 Points Beat the crap out of the second opponent!
Terminated 25 Points Beat the crap out of the third opponent!
+99 LCK 50 Points Smash a lucky gummy in each of the 4 zones!
Robbing the robbers 50 Points Break through the giant safe and retrieve your wallet!
To infinity and beyond! 50 Points Travel a minimum of 15,000 meters in "Survival" mode!
Power junkie 100 Points Upgrade everything to the max!
Yes, sir! 100 Points Complete all missions!

Author Comments

### Edit #1: Save Files should not be deleted anymore.

### Edit #2: This time, it's for real. Save Files won't be deleted anymore.

### Edit #3: Medals "To infinity and beyond!" and "Yes, sir!" should now properly work!

### Edit #4: Medals now re-unlock when starting the game!

Burrito Bison is back for more gummy squashing action in this epic sequel! More special gummy bears, more wrestling in the ring, more doors to shatter, more powers to upgrade, more money to steal, more, more & more!

If you haven't played the first Burrito Bison, you can do it right here: http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/562620

Reviews


hyperdestiny273hyperdestiny273

Rated 5 / 5 stars

loved the theme at the begining


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bpipesbpipes

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This game is really good. One of the best launch/distance games I have played in awhile. I spent hours playing this. After I beat it on here I realized you can play it for free on adultswim.com You don't have to pay gamergold for the fajita, pepper, and taco.

I'm giving it 4.5 stars because it got a little repetitive.


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J-macRaeJ-macRae

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely superb. It takes the old fashioned launching game and just completes it somehow. The game balance is near perfect if not utterly perfect, even if the pacing of the rewards does get slower toward the end. By then, you're addicted enough that you don't care.

To anyone who gripes about how Survival mode is much harder than story mode... it's like that way so it has a point. You can easily finish story mode with less than a third of the upgrades, and you refill your rockets so fast at that point that you basically have to click at least once per jump in order to not be 100% full all the time, and there are so many special gummies that you're just wasting them at that point. Story Mode is balanced to end before you've probably even beaten the second boss, while Survival is balanced so that you're not overloaded with rewards if you decide to upgrade everything all the way. The number of cop gummies gives value to the cop upgrades and forces you to use your body slams often to stay alive. The reduction in special gummies makes them a much-needed breather after long droughts, and their power is such that a single one can bring you back almost entirely.

This game is a work of genius. I can't even believe I'm saying that about a game whose premise is that you're a comically over-muscled Luchador punching his way back into a magical bag of gummy bears that he just escaped from, all to get his wallet back so he can pay for his groceries.


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Monkeyrolla1Monkeyrolla1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

IT'S SO ADDICTING...
But it's funny when I trigger a glitch where gummy bears run backwards. =w=


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Wanderer2021Wanderer2021

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Finally got everything. That was a long trial in patience, and a good deal of rage, but everything worked as it should. You really get the feel of moving fast, especially once the mach cone forms and doubles up and all the bears just fly by. This was extremely enjoyable, just like the first, and I hope to see more great work in the future.


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