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Bloop the Fish 2

April 6th, 2006
Score : 2.8 horrible
Peasant Male United States
Wanderer of the Wasteland 
An unnecessary, but I admit better done sequel. Includes stuff the first was missing and is better themed.

-See Bloop the Fish.

-Has music this time.
-Includes a bottom area that appears to be the sea floor. I think its actually very well detailed.
-Appropriate otctopus enemy.

Play it just for a few interesting minutes...then flush Bloop the Fish 2 down the toilet like a pet goldfish that you got bored of.

The Vault Dweller
February 28th, 2006
Score : 5.0 fair
Peasant Male
I really enjoyed the idea of Blob taking the Dink engine and making an arcade game out of it. The implementation is a little weak, but I enjoyed the simple music and the crazy animated splash screen at the beginning. Very creative, if somewhat imperfectly realized.
December 23rd, 2004
Score : 3.0 tolerable
Bard Male Finland bloop
cigarette bonca 
The first Bloop the Fish was tolerable as a joke, but having a sequel is just lame. Not much has changed, there are still those star-shaped pillbugs there and an ending monster. I wonder if Bloop is a herring.
October 18th, 2003
Score : 6.6 fair
Peasant Female
Storyline: This is a shoot 'm up game without a story.

Map and graphics: The same graphics are used as in the first Bloop the Fish, but some are new, such as the octopus, which is drawn in a very simple way.

Music: Nice.

Good: It is better then the first Bloop the Fish. In this game you can see the sea bottom, with seaweed and even a treasure chest. And that does add a nice touch.

Overall: Better then the first one, but still a lot of the same.

Fit for: If you want to have a coffee break and play a fun game.
September 3rd, 2003
Score : 4.9 tolerable
Peasant Female Canada
We can out-drink most Americans! 
Bloop the Fish 2 by Anony Mouse

Pro's: Short and bubbley.

Con's: No hardness errors, that I could find, not much of anything, as Bloop travels from screen to screen, kind of repititous.

Overall: A fun little game for the children. What else can I say?