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N Step Steve: part 2

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Remember the puzzle game by EPICPIKAGUY (Ethan Clark)? It came out almost two years ago, and it was one of the best games of that type...and it was the second game about freelancer explorer Steve. How it all started? In the year 20XX, The Kitty Federation sent a crew, lead by captain Laika, to a distant planet. When they failed to return, The Federation got worried so they sent the best officer, a cat named Steve, to rescue them. But he failed, so The Federation hired freelancer explorer also named Steve who turned out to be very capable!

steve2.pngSteve rescued Cpt. Laika and all kittens (game 5 Step Steve) but they ran out of fuel on the way back and crashed into nearby planet and Steve had to rescue the crew again (game N Step Steve: part 1).

Now we've got the second part of the rescue mission and it's bigger and offers a lot more game time - and it's harder. Much harder. Fortunately, it's not a linear game, and if you can't master one level you can jump out of it at any time and go explore another part of the game. The principle of the game is very simple so as in part 1 you need to count steps and learn how to deal with the various obstacles in the game.

If you haven't played the first part or the prequel, maybe you could give them a try and familiarize yourself with the game and the rules. The last part of the mission isn't easy.

Play N Step Steve: part 2

Play N Step Steve: part 1

Play 5 Step Steve

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