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The game has a cartoon art style as well as animation that is meticulously detailed without taking shortcuts like reusing frames when a unique one would work better. The game also plays like a cartoon as well, with the same silliness and gags that you would expect from a classic episode of Loony Tunes. See More
The game often uses gags and jokes that call back to the first time they were told in the game making for a game that points out its own humor through the process of inside jokes to the player. This gives an inclusive feeling to the player, that they are part of the game. See More
Most of the puzzles in the game make sense, with item combinations that one can usually think about coming to a useful conclusion. But some of the puzzles take this a step too far and are not as logical in their conclusions, this can be frustrating for the player and may turn some people off of the game. See More
In order to update the game for modern hardware, the graphics have been entirely re-drawn from scratch for HD displays. This makes for a much improved experience in the graphical department that sees a classic improved for modern use. Luckily the new graphics still exude the excellence of the original, meaning there is no loss of quality or feeling of the game. See More
The major unique gameplay mechanic in DOTT is time travel, which lends much more depth to puzzles. Instead of dealing with one linear feeling storyline, there are 3 different time periods that interact with each other making for more unique gameplay and allows you to attempt many different puzzles in parallel which can interact with each other through the passing of time. See More
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Actually since the game is perfection based (meaning you'll want to redo areas for better scoring) and has plenty of included plus DLC maps you can play OMD2 for quite a while and it will seem fresh. The difference in difficulty levels also can refresh the same map since varying levels release different type of enemies. See More
The game requires a good bit of balance from the player as traps can only be used so much in the game due to limited currency earned from killing Orcs. This means that often there is not enough traps to kill the amount of Orcs in the stage and as so the player will have to run in and slay these Orcs themselves. This balance of offense and defense makes for a good challenge as it can often get quite hectic. See More
Unlike the first game in the series Orcs Must Die 2 allows for co-op multiplayer where two players can team up to kill hordes, each with their own skills and many slots to add equipment. This not only allows for more fast paced action but for strategical combat where it is best played out with headsets as communication is key. Overall the co-op adds a level of fun that was missing from the first title. See More