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Rating: 3.8/5 (64 votes)
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TrickyREW 22 WER yb remaGeB si a kcilc-dna-tniop... SMACK Sorry folks, forgot to shift my computer out of reverse. Anyways, REW 2, by BeGamer, is a point-and-click puzzle game that, like the first, is centered around reverse chronology. This time, our favorite little beaver-squirrel guy has apparently ended his day in front of a smoldering corpse. How did he get there? Well, that's for him to know, and you to find out.

Click around to find the correct order of items that solves each screen. When a screen is solved, time will rewind a few minutes into the past and show you events immediately prior. REW 2 is much less dark than its predecessor, both in terms of plot and of color scheme. Whether that's better or worse is a matter of personal preference, but it is true that the plot, reversed as it is, would have functioned better with a few more twists. That said, the backwards-time gimmick continues to work well with the simple puzzles to solve, and fans of the first should find it short, but satisfying.

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Fun, like the first. I think I liked the old art style better though. I would like to see an ending that shows the events in their proper order a little bit slower. Once I've pieced the whole thing together, I'd like to see what I made. That way I feel like I've accomplished something, and I earned it.

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inheritance.fan September 13, 2012 2:17 PM

I'm stuck on the level with the berry bush and the hungry bear.

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@inheritance

Hint:

If the spoon launching the berry is falling short, where should the fulcrum be?

The spoon can be made to move left one more notch than when it is balanced evenly on the stump.

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