This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
It's time to break the bricks in style!
Anodia 2 is a complete new take on the classic brick breaker genre. With every level unique and fresh you will always wonder what comes next!
While staying true to the first instalment's praised gameplay quality, Anodia 2 brings all new levels with a modern design and art style. Anodia 2 introduces new user experience concept that we call 'Just Play' -- simply hit the Play button, have fun and get the best high score.
- All-new levels!
- Designed to be fun as a quick fix game and, at the same time, a title you can play for hours.
- Modern look and feel.
- Learn all you need to know in a less than a minute tutorial.
- High score oriented gameplay with Game Center integration.
- Smart Effortless Random Level Play - just hit the Play button and let Anodia 2 choose levels for you using sophisticated algorithms and heuristics, guaranteeing best possible experience!
- Over 20 power ups and power downs.
- Fast-paced addictive gameplay.
- Superb physics simulation in real time.
- Universal app.
'The game's free, but it's the "good" kind of free-to-play. You get coins for the gumball machine by playing, watching video ads, or just checking in on the app once or twice a day. It all feels very fair.'
'I’ve been enjoying Anodia 2 a lot. The visuals are fantastic, the music is charming, and the various levels are unconventional from most brick breaker games, making it a nice change.'
'Anodia 2 is a fun arcade challenge that livens up the brick breaker genre once again making it worth picking up.'
What's New in Version 1.2
Thank you for the all your support! We are motivated to bring you the best possible user experience and we hope that you'll have even more fun with this new update!
- greatly improved chance of getting a new level in the lottery
- fixed issue which caused no coin drops for some players
First one was way better.
This practical spin-off of Anodia is sub-par at best. It takes all of the not as interesting qualities of the first games level design and puts in mediocre music and an art style similar to the new iOS (which I personally find not very interesting or pleasing to look at- and also I bet was easier to program- so there ya go). To top it all off, you have to FARM in this game. At least in the first one you could get rewards and tools and visual upgrades which kept me interested and HOPING THAT THEY WOULD ADD MORE NEW MATERIAL TO ANODIA. That's what disappointed me most. They had it going- at least maybe they will use this experience to realize that the first one is better and go back to adding campaigns to that one. On top of the coin-farming, they added an uninspired lottery system and to boot, a pay to play mechanic. They at least tried to improve the rate at which you win and the rate at which you get coins, which is thoughtful, but is avoiding the main problem which is that the new mechanic is what is destroying iOS gaming and in turn, my faith in improvement of this "series". Please put more time and effort into the first game. Or at least give this game a throwback mode for the sake of the golden age of Anodia. I know the developers need to be able to make money, but please also put those resources toward your older and (in my opinion) better game
I've never written a review for anything before, but the music in this game has really inspired me. The music in Anodia 2 reminds me of a certain kind of movie from the '80s. You know, the kind that has a montage in which a group of college kids are studying, and the seasons change from spring to summer to fall, and the kids are moving furniture and painting walls, and having an animated discourse in a bar, and the leaves are falling, and couples begin to pair up, and I'm studying with Demi Moore and she's starting to realize that I'm not just the superficially charming handsome guy in the group that has a lot of casual relationships, but I'm also really kind and sensitive, and that she's starting to fall for me and believe that she can change me in spite of her better judgement. So the music is like that. And it makes me feel like I'm dating Demi Moore (or maybe Darryl Hannah) in the 1980s and that I could have gotten into Georgetown if I had really wanted to.
The game itself is also really good and additive too.
Crossy road lottery?
The lottery system is really annoying, idk who calls it fun when you spend so much time trying to get enough coins to win something new and you get a level you already unlocked. I'd gladly pay $3 for it to be like the first anodia, where you have like 300 levels and you just play each one, unlocking a new level every time. Also, what happened to the store? No different paddles or ball themes? That's what the coins should be for. Please change the anodia 2 model, make it $3 to buy, add a store to get themes and upgrades, in app purchases for coin packs or watch ads for coins...COMPLETELY ABANDON CROSSY ROAD'S LOTTERY. This will make the game far more successful, and you can make more money by putting out dlc: more maps, more themes and maybe a level designer, omg let us have a community upload to play custom maps made by other users! Think about it, cuz I won't be playing anymore until I see those changes made
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jul 09, 2015
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 42.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: CLM Kozik Kasperski spolka jawna
- © 2015 CLM Kozik Kasperski sp.j.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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