MMM Fingers 2 plays the same way its predecessor did, meaning there aren’t exactly any new gameplay mechanics at work here. But they’ve added a host of new monsters and features to make the game less repetitive, which was its predecessors biggest flaw.
Additionally, if you liked the way first one controlled, MMM Fingers 2 controls even better. Even on budget smartphones, it’s pretty smooth and we found we could keep playing for a good amount of time before our phone started heating up.
The way the game works is simple, you simply place your finger on the screen and move it around to avoid the obstacles (or teeth as they’re called) to avoid getting killed. Your finger has to remain touching the screen, lifting it off the screen counts as game over and you have to start over. Similarly, hitting a monster results in a blood splat indicating the end of your run.
It might take some getting used to for people who don’t play these kinds of games too often. Also, it might be a hassle for those of you with larger hands and fingers which end up blocking too much of the screen. You would best enjoy the game on a larger screen or better yet, if you have a stylus.
Visually, it’s got very cartoony graphics, which are bright and vibrant, so there’s no risk of you not spotting the monsters you’re running into. Overall, pretty nice looking.
The game does have ads, which pop up every other round. You also have the option to watch ads to double the hourly gems you get as rewards. You can pay to have the ads removed though.
There are three game modes to choose from, the regular mode can be started right away by tapping on the screen the moment the game starts. Then you have the daily trail which you can only try three times a day. The daily trial is the exact same for everyone and the goal here is to compete with your friends for the highest score. And finally, you have the trials, which is kind of a level system with short stretches of the game with different monsters. A good way to get accustomed to the game.
Overall, MMM Fingers 2 is pretty fun and a great time sink.
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Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh
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