It's a battle that has been waged since the dawn of time: Sleeping Parent Vs. Energetic Child. No matter what the form: human, Disney lion, or polygon, it shall occur as long as there are Zs to be caught and prevented. Alma Games presents another chapter of the great struggle in Monsterland 2: Junior's Revenge, a tumble-drop physics puzzler. As in the original, you must make various on-screen objects disappear by clicking them, so as to guide Monster Junior (the little red square) on top of Monster Senior (the big red rectangle). The fewer clicks you use, the more stars you earn. There are 28 regular levels, and earning stars will unlock another 8 as a bonus.
Altogether a more polished presentation than its predecessor, Monsterland 2: Junior's Revenge is a familiar kind of experience, but in a positive way. Certainly, it resembles many of the games put together with the Box2D engine, where the player clicks aways with the ultimate goal of colliding with some quadrilateral, be they box or royalty. However, a certain lack of innovation in no way prevents Monsterland from being a enjoyable time-waster, perfect for those looking for a colorful medium-challenge mental work out.