Another game from SKT, this one introduces magnetic control over the environment in the form of a bunny with a electromagnet for a head. The premise of Magnet 2 is a bit odd, but the gameplay formula works brilliantly. Each level presents different objects and obstacles where you must maneuver the magnet to attract the objects into the goal. Press the space bar to activate the electromagnet and cause the objects to move toward you.
Each level introduces new types of objects and obstacles that keep the game interesting and challenging, and provides depth to the game. A password system allows you to pick up the game from the last level successfully completed. And the game allows you to retry each level as many times as necessary to solve its puzzle.
If you are just starting out, since most of the initial text is Japanese, simply click on "Main Mode" then click the bottom button of the next two buttons that appear. The top button will present some background information in Japanese and requires several more clicks to get the game started.
Like SKT's other games featuring hand-drawn graphics, Magnet 2 proves that realistic high-tech graphics are not required for creating games that are engaging and fun to play.