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For a 16-bit game from the '90s, Metal Slug 2 looks pretty good. For an average mobile game from 2013, not so much.
Choose from four different soldiers to start your game. But be warned, none of the soldiers has any unique capabilities, so your choice here is solely for aesthetic purposes.
One of the most fun things about the game is finding weapon upgrades and "vehicles" to use against the nonstop onslaught of enemies.
In Stage 2, watch out for the mummies spraying purple poison. Come in contact, and you'll be mummified as well.
Even with 20 credits to start, Metal Slug 2 is a difficult game to conquer.
If you don't like where the buttons and virtual joystick are situated, Metal Slug 2 lets you move them.
Metal Slug 2 lets you connect with another device via Bluetooth for some cooperative shoot-'em-up action.