Sparkle 2 is a puzzle game developed and published by 10tons Ltd. It was released on June 6, 2013 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox 360. A Nintendo Switch version was released on September 28, 2017.
The game is a sequel to Sparkle, released in 2007. In Sparkle 2, players control a slinger that can be used to shoot orbs at other orbs of the same color. When three or more orbs of the same color are matched, they explode, clearing the orbs from the screen. Players must clear all the orbs from the screen before they fall into the abyss.
Sparkle 2 features four game modes: Story, Survival, Challenge, and Cataclysm. The Story mode features over 90 levels set in a variety of environments. The Survival mode challenges players to see how long they can last against an endless stream of orbs. The Challenge mode features a variety of special challenges, such as clearing the screen with only a limited number of shots. The Cataclysm mode is a fast-paced, action-packed mode where players must clear the screen as quickly as possible.
Sparkle 2 also features a variety of power-ups that can be used to help players clear the screen. These power-ups include bombs, lasers, and shields. Power-ups can be earned by clearing orbs or by completing challenges.
Sparkle 2 received positive reviews from critics. The game was praised for its colorful visuals, challenging gameplay, and variety of modes. It was also praised for its improved controls over the original Sparkle.
If you are looking for a challenging and visually appealing puzzle game, then Sparkle 2 is definitely worth checking out. It is a great game for players of all skill levels.
Here are some additional details about Sparkle 2:
- The game features over 200 different combinations of 16 different enchantments that can be used to supercharge the slinger.
- The game has a cinematic soundtrack by award-winning composer Jonathan Geer.
- The game is narrated by professional voice actors.
- The game is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, and Japanese.