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In Biocage 2, you have to evoluate your green virus to be able to fight against the ennemies (red and blue viruses). In this shooter game, evolution is very important. Between each level, you choose which direction you want to give to your evolution.

On Biocage 2, you control the virus with your keyboard and you aim and fire with the mouse.

16 enemies, 16 rewards (with perks), 8 upgrades for your virus.

Reviews


schrammatthewdonqazschrammatthewdonqaz

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 13, 2012

this game was fun its like an experiment gone wrong and people try to kill it but Thar is one problem Thar is no save points



MechaKingGhidraMechaKingGhidra

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 12, 2012

I find this to be a very addictive game and after a little experimentation to be rather easy after finally finding that as long as you are very accurate, going for maxed damage points to start off with is far better than the speed since you won't need to outrun everything since...well, everything will be *dead*!

My only problem is something that is rather annoying on MY end of things. I have a bad habit of accidently doing the occasional right-click and that will mess up how my virus will move when I click away from the options so I can get going again. No matter what I do, the direction controls will force a diagonal pull that feels as though the horizontal and vertical directions are fighting each other for priority. This results in my virus being eventually stuck against the edge of the room and dying to a ton of enemies with no escape possible.

Curse my twitching!

I like the music, the simple layout, and the perks that unlock after a while. I do have qualms with no save checkpoints but oh well, survival games like this probably don't need them anyway (but if you were going to do so in the future, I'd recommend every 5 or so levels).

All in all, a solid game. I just have to control my involuntary clicking of several years in the making (ha! yeah, and I'll run in the Tour De France for an encore!) and hopefully I'll see past level 7.


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cyberleoncyberleon

Rated 2 / 5 stars July 11, 2012

Just a Crimsonland clone.

For a better rating add:
- Levels. Or some sort of savepoints. It really sucks to have to restart from Zero.
- Walls u and enemies cannot run through. Holes where u can fall in. Breakable terrain, like virus nests.
- AND PLEASE, PLEASE let us select when we want to use our upgrades over a button in a corner or something. "Poof", menu opens, u click somewhere u want to shoot, upgraded something wrong by accident and feel nothing but hate.



bostonbowserbostonbowser

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 11, 2012

Its a fun little game thatll keep you busy for a while.



Cazzi22Cazzi22

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 11, 2012

wow, just wow, that was intensely awesome, it was easy to play, well explained in the tutorial, so simple but not too hard and great game-play. clearly mikemike04 doesn't know anything about amazing games.