Pinata Hunter 2


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MeaghanPinata Hunter 2Work sucks, family demands are getting ridiculous, and those kids screaming at the top of their lungs outside are almost begging to be hollered at with a few colorful threats. You, friend, need something to release some of that stress and I have just the thing for you. Yellow Bouncy Ball has returned with Pinata Hunter 2, the perfect arcade throwback to the birthday party favor you always wish you had. All you need to play is your mouse and the ability to repetitively move your mouse back and forth over a single target. The goal is to smash the pinata to smithereens and collect the candy money all while watching your pain meter in order to keep from experiencing a debilitating hand cramp. With that money you can purchase upgrades that will further your abilities to decimate the colorful sacrifice offered and withstand the pain that comes with gripping something with every ounce of strength you have.

Lets be honest: Pinata Hunter 2 isn't a revolutionary idea that will forever blow away your concept of what a stellar game should be. It's a simple way to have a bit of juvenile fun and that's the greatest appeal. So many areas of life don't allow for random silliness and that's a shame. Thankfully, even though destroying the pinata takes a good deal of time and there isn't much selection of the poor creatures, what makes this game a blast is how ludicrous it is being able to use a light saber to destroy a cardboard caricature with colorful streamers. And really, what more could you possibly ask for at the end of the day?

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6 Comments

Doesn't seem to work on IE. Played on Chrome fine, though.

Pretty fun and a cute little stress reliever.

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Liked the first one, this one also good, but a bit unbalanced, I skipped about 70% of the upgrades, money comes soooo easy.

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Some of the upgrades were meant to be useless. There is a bag which is just a costly clone of a paper bag and a purse that hold almost nothing but cost a ton. Four of the weapons at the end are just for the color alone. Always check for the effects first. Power and value per candy are the main factors after you get something you can settle with.

Fun game but I do wish you could choose when you want to kill the last one. I almost had every single upgrade.

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bluegriffin18 Author Profile Page November 26, 2012 4:18 PM

Does anyone know how to get the Mystic Head Achievement?

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aersinclair Author Profile Page November 28, 2012 4:23 AM

To get the mystic head achievement:

click on the pinata head in the main menu

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sunnylauren Author Profile Page December 17, 2012 4:42 PM

Fun, but I agree with Laney about being unbalanced. Also waaay too short...I didn't even have to get some of the later upgrades because all of a sudden the game was finished.

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