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Rating: 4/5 (87 votes)
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joyePlumet 2Everyone wants to get into this plummeting into the bowels of the earth business: robots, ninjas, skeletons, pirates, even Santa is jumping over ledges and rolling down slopes. What's down there? Cake and ice cream? Play Plumet 2, a simple but addictive arcade game from Person333 to find out.

The game features 20 different unlockable characters and a number of achievements to keep you playing. In addition to a classic "how far can you go" mode, you can also race the computer or a friend in local multiplayer. However while the classic mode is seemingly bottomless (or at least goes a lot farther than your humble reviewer's skill level), the race mode is rather short, and can be won by the first player to reach the bottom even if the other player is still alive. That flaw aside, this is a simple little time waster that may just suck a few of your coffee breaks into its endlessly descending maw.

Play Plumet 2


I assume since it's a sequel that the spelling must be intentional, but I still find it maddening.

Anonymous October 26, 2011 8:49 PM

I don't like how the medals notification gets in the way of seeing ahead of where to go, but if that's how Newgrounds notifications work there's not much the developer can do about it. It doesn't appear much after you've collected a lot of the easy medals, though, so the annoyance is bearable.

clickety6 October 27, 2011 6:51 AM

If you have an upwards scrolling game, the medal display needs to be at the top so as not to obscure what's coming up. Didn't find any use for the down button as far as I got. Kept wishing it would slow the scrolling ("bullet time") just for a moment to give em time to get from one end of the screen to the other as sometimes the random gaps appear at alternating sides of the screen for a while and then you're out of luck.

Anonymous October 27, 2011 3:52 PM

at clickety6, the down arrow is to roll and go faster, enabling you to ''give em time to get from one end of the screen to the other''


This game reminds me a lot of "fall down" a game I had for my TI-85+ graphing calculator in High School back around the turn of the century


Yep - I found the down arrow for faster movement- but you end up falling in the dips which doesn't help.


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