Fans of little blue pachyderms with dismal life expectancies... unite! Achievement Unlocked 2 is here. John Cooney has delivered up another heaping helping of elephant abuse in this sequel to 2008's Achievement Unlocked, which was, to put it mildly, rather a bit popular. Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to move and explore your baffling environment. Why? Because there are 250 achievements this time around waiting for your hot little hands to unlock them. Gather coins, avoid spikes (or not), visit the in-game marketplace to spend your coins on new, confusing levels to achieve on. And if you're lucky enough to have friends who share your taste in entertainment, the game also supports co-op multiplayer. Hooray!
To say Achievement Unlocked 2 can be a bit disorienting is an understatement. Upon loading the game up for the first time, I was instantly flooded with achievements, including one that was bestowed, apparently, because my system clock was divisible by three. (I knew that would pay off one day!) You can see all the achievements listed on the right side of the screen, but names alone probably won't do much to help you figure them out in most cases. But since when have you needed an excuse to explore rooms full of teleporters, giant keyboards, and lethal spikes?
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Achievement Unlocked 2 isn't going to be everybody's thing; it's silly, it's baffling, it's twitchy, and at times it's even a little frustrating. But if you don't need a whole lot of substance to your gaming experience beyond the sweet rush of collecting and just want to grin for a while, this will do. This will do quite well.
Thanks to Roomescaper55 for sending this one in!