Stick Figure Badminton 2

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Rating: 4.42/5 stars (93 ratings)

Stick Figure Badminton 2 Instructions

Stick Figure Badminton 2 is controlled by using the keyboard or the mouse. Use the left and right arrow keys to move, the up arrow key to jump, and the down arrow key to swing your racket. In two-player games, the second player uses the arrow keys while player one uses the corresponding WASD keys. The mouse is used if you choose to play as Robotron 3000 in a single-player game.

Stick Figure Badminton 2 Walkthrough

Stick Figure Badminton 2 is the sequel to the sports game, Stick Figure Badminton. Stick Figure Badminton 2 features the same gameplay as its predecessor, but also sports improvements such as characters with their own unique traits, better graphics, and music.

Stick Figure Badminton 2 can be played in Tournament Mode against the computer (by clicking the "Start" button on the main menu) or against another human player in 2 Player Mode. The objective of the game is to win matches by scoring seven points before your opponent. Points are scored when the shuttlecock (also known as the "birdie") hits the floor on the opposing player's side of the net, at which point the current rally will end and the scoring player will serve. This process is repeated until one player has scored seven points. If you are playing a two-player game, you will have the option of playing a rematch, or if you are playing against the computer, you will advance to the next round (or have the option of replaying the same round if you lost). There is a total of six rounds in the single-player mode of this stick figure game.

There are eight characters to choose from in Stick Figure Badminton 2, four which are available when you first play the game, and four others that must be unlocked by completing the tournament. Although this is a stickman game, characters also include a hovering toaster and Robotron 3000, which bears a striking resemblance to the training remote that Luke Skywalker practiced his lightsaber skills with in Star Wars. Robotron 3000 requires you to use your mouse rather than the Force, and is the best choice for casual players due to the ease of its controls and its ability to quickly move anywhere on your side of the net. Although your tournament progress is not saved in this stick game, any characters that you unlock will be available for you to use the next time that you play.

Stick Figure Badminton 2 is an improvement over the first Stick Figure Badminton in just about every way, except for AI. The artificial intelligence is severely lacking in this stick game, and you will find your opponents making stupid mistakes such as forgetting to jump (admittedly, I did this too) and hitting the birdie into the ground on their side of the net. The lackluster AI makes the game exceptionally easy to beat, and is the only disappointing factor of this otherwise magnificent stick game.

Stick Figure Badminton 2 is a fun stick figure sports game that fans of the original will surely enjoy. I give the game a 7 out of 10; excellent concept and simple controls, but I had to dock a few points for poor AI.