The Impossible Game 2, the long-awaited sequel to 2009’s hit platformer, hits digital storefronts today. The follow-up brings back the hardcore gameplay fans love, with new features to keep things fresh, including an online battle royale mode and a level editor. The Impossible Game 2 is now available on iOS and Android devices.
Since its reveal in November 2021, the highly-anticipated sequel has been in early access. Fluke Games studio head Ed Bentley had this to say regarding the public beta.
So many people signed up for the beta that we had to close the form within just a couple of hours. I’d like to thank all the participants for their help improving the game. And gg to everyone I beat testing the battle royale mode.
Check out the official launch trailer below.
About The Impossible Game 2.
The original The Impossible Game became an overnight success when it launched on the Xbox Live Indie Games platform in 2009. Its addictive gameplay made an instant impact on the people who played it. Since then, it has been ported to PC, PlayStation 3, iOS, Android, and PSP. The iPhone version reached the #2 spot on the US and Canadian charts. It was a sensation that had people begging for a sequel.
Developed by Fluke Games (formerly FlukeDuke), The Impossible Game 2 is a rhythm-based action platformer. The sequel features a soundtrack of electronic dance music, outstanding new graphics, and some clever gameplay twists as well.
There are 20 brand new levels featuring a variety of gameplay mechanics, such as jetpacks, portals, and guns. Each world has a distinct visual style and ends with an over-the-top boss fight. Players can also take part in 60-player online races. This new multiplayer mode is cross-platform for both the iOS and Android versions.
Additionally, players can use the level editor to create their own impossible courses. The editor has a very intuitive interface, so anyone can open it and start making levels with ease. It features every mechanic used in the main game, aside from boss fights.
Best of all, it’s free.
Yes, free to play. No ads and no pay-to-win multiplayer boosters. Almost every level, including the battle royale mode, is available 100% free. There is an optional “Achievement Pass” available for $5. The pass simply allows access to all the skins and parts for the level editor. The pass also grants the bonus skateboarding level, “Cloud 9.”