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Burrito Bison Revenge

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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!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ok I have played the first one and it was great and this one was just as good but every time I beat the game and unlocked survival mode get get about 300000 cash and then I close down the game and it always starts me off in the middle and I have to beat the game again it really suck when you work really hard to unlock a lot of stuff and then you come back the next and you only have 27k but beside that it's a great game very addiciting

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ran into some sort of glitch in the sweet impact, I hit the ground and it didn't stop and I am rolling along the ground killing everything in my way.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, after a week I believe I finally got all the medals...

OK, the game itself was very fun up until I reached the wallet, after that... It was addicting all right, and I did felt the need to get going, but it never felt as fun after that, it was more like grinding: just doing stuff to get more stuff done and the cycle just repeated itself over and over again.

I believe this is mainly because I reached a point where my input didn't seem to do much, since by starting a game but not doing anything (like say, switching tabs and doing something else without pausing) I got the same amount of money that if I really played.

Still, It really became a time killer, and all the time I kept going just to keep unlocking stuff and finishing missions.

Overall, a good game that never was quite great due to its tendency to enter into cruise control.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I loved it but the music its a little bit loose this time.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

+Nice Music/Design
+Fun to play

-I somehow felt that buying the last enemy was the worst thing i've ever done. So much money invested and all I get is that it's much more difficult to get a perfect launch. Dunno wether that's something you wanna spend so much money on.
-At some points many missions are very luckbased, because you got so high lvls on all of your upgrades. even if you get a "miserable" launch, you wont touch the ground until cotton candy land in most cases. Getting 3+ of a certain powerup etc. is pure luck imo

A very fun and very well designed game, but it loses its long time appeal because missions (from like 60/120) are getting quite luck-dependend. 3.5/5

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