Okay so I just figured out you must press where is says 'Game A' or 'Game B' for the actual game to begin - note the instructions didn't even mention this. I was basically watching a movie for 5 minutes wondering why my controls were not working. This highlights the importance of instructions. Will raise my rating to 3/5.
This is not 1999. Non-stop clicking is not-fun. Ugly-pixelated graphics do not make you cool. Having stereotypical characters and upgrades do not add nostalgia. This is just a huge fail, and I give it a 1/5.
Is this a movie or a game? First of all, there are no working instructions. This is a basic thing - provide some instructions so people know how to play your game. Where I click on the screen / the arrow I press on the keyboard do absolutely nothing. I was pressing left and the guy was scooping up money. Than I was pressing the right stick and he went left and up the rope. I seriously am confused by this failure. 1/5.
A tired, unoriginal and stale formula is the basis of what makes up the game "Epic Boss Fighter 2". It doesn't improve on it's predecessor, and feels rushed and imbalanced. The developers have tried to pass of quantity as quality by implementing an uncountable number of upgrades, but the game only ends up feeling like a gimmick. I will rate it a 1/5.
Fantastic, another massed-produced unoriginal idle game has hit the front pages of Kongregate. The title is quite accurate though because I would rather shove my head into a swarm of angry bees than be forced to play though this horror of a "game". 1/5 rating from me.
Mediocre game that requires no skill and is 100% luck based. The candy hardly ever goes into the bag, causing the game to be incredibly frustrating, and I could honestly not play past 0:01:25 on the timer. I am rating it a 1/5.