One Single Life 2
By FreshTone Games
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(warning: you really do get one life in this game - seriously)
NEW LEVELS! LEADERBOARDS! EPIC FINAL JUMP! DEATH-CAM REPLAYS! ACHIEVEMENTS! AND MORE...
You stand atop the tallest skyscraper in the world. The next building is barely more than 3 feet away. You've practiced this jump a thousand times in the backyard. You are ready. Today - today you become the first person ever to make this jump.
Then it happens. The wind... it gusts a little stronger. Your heart flutters. You feel that tingle in your toes.
And that little doubting voice creeps into your head, 'can I really do this?'
There's only one way to find out...
Welcome to the thrill of One Single Life 2.
Excellent mental game
Simple game, total mind trip for the idea of psyching yourself out.
Loved the music of the later levels as it added to the dramatic effect and pressure on you put on yourself.
Level 10 was a great rush when I lucked out and beat it as it did cause me to become flustered and panic... To make the later levels even more challenging have the footsteps that so many people count become totally muted out or a fog mode where if you did rely on purely sight or sound it will throw in an additional challenge.
And since I just typed out a wall of text ... Loved the series so far, keep up the good work.
Two bucks for one life?
I played the first game and really enjoyed it, so I was excited about the second. Since there were going to be new levels and all I figured it would be worth $2 and the first game gave me infinite lives for free. This one had some redesigns to the original levels, but they were not necessarily NEW. Also, upon death there are no infinite lives, you have to pay an additional $0.99, which is absurd. My expectations were high based on the first game and and they fell extremely short. Do not take away something (infinite lives) from the first game just so you can make extra cash. That makes me feel duped and cheated. Unless more features are added this game is an absolute waste of money.
Though I know the point of the game is to have one single life, you should have a recharge rate for a life. Otherwise it's no fun if you accidentally mess up on the first level. You have to delete and re download the app. And that can take a long whole for some people. And no ones going to buy infinite lives, it's just pointless!
So unless you'd like to be frustrated with how the developers designed the app i would look else where.
- Category: Games
- Released: Sep 15, 2011
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 18.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: freshTone Games Pty Ltd
- © 2011 FreshTone Games Pty Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Top In-App Purchases
- Eternal Life upgrade (infinite lives)$2.99
- (secret discount) Eternal Life upgrade$0.99