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Andro Dunos II is a near-perfect continuation of the old-school Neo-Geo classic. The game’s diverse arsenal keeps things interesting, but there are far too many cheap shots for our tastes.

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With the release of Picorinne Soft, Just For Games, and PixelHeart’s Andro Dunos II, the shoot-em-up Andro Dunos, a rather deep cut in the Neo-historic Geo’s collection, has acquired a sequel. Should gamers reclaim control of the Yellow Cherry, or will it be left in the dust by other games?

Review of Andro Dunos II

At first inspection, this horizontal shmup seems to be similar to the others. Aliens, ships, underwater creatures, asteroids, and other dangers stand in your way of rescuing the cosmos. The small ship you’ve got is a glass cannon, and although it may shoot wildly and deal a lot of damage, it’s a glass cannon that only lasts one shot.

However, it is Andro Dunos II’s weaponry that distinguishes him. For starters, gamers may switch between numerous weapons by pressing the triggers. Do you have to shoot at someone behind you? For that, there is a weapon. Do you prefer a laser or a homing missile? There are weapons for it as well. Varied circumstances need different techniques, ensuring that this 45-minute shooter does not seem like a chore.

Andro Dunos II also borrows from Konami’s Gradius series by allowing players to modify their weapons. It’s not enough to merely fire; with the correct pick ups, one can ensure that they provide greater DPS. Biting it results in a degradation, so be strategic about what gets out when. This risk-reward mechanism is really appreciated.

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This ship also has another trick under its sleeve: the hyper shot. This frantic blaster isn’t just a pleasure to have; it’s a need at all times. While it must be recharged after each usage, it should be used as often as possible. This get-out-of-jail card becomes a lifeline if all of one’s weapons are level one. Each weapon type has its own super weapon, thus mixing things up pays well.

Unfortunately, although Andro Dunos II maintains its firepower, it also commits a number of critical errors. For one thing, the sprite work is quite busy; there were several instances were adversaries were hidden in the background and could not be dealt with, only to appear out of nowhere and take us out. This may seem cool in motion, but it feels cheap in execution.

This applies to a lot of level designs and boss confrontations as well. On one level, players must cross tight tunnels with just a small screen to guide them. Because of the fast-paced nature of the game, it seems to be geared for the hardcore demographic. Players may pick how many credits they have, the difficulty level, and whether or not they want to restart from the beginning, but it doesn’t seem like enough.

Andro Dunos II is a near-perfect continuation of the old-school Neo-Geo classic. The game’s diverse arsenal keeps things interesting, but there are far too many cheap shots for our tastes.

This Andro Dunos II review was completed on a computer. The game was downloaded from the internet.

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