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  • Summary: YOUR FAVORITE ORANGES ARE BACK!Revisit Cover Orange in this completely new and juicy sequel made by the original team. The acid rain cloud is after your oranges again! - 120 Levels and more to comeEnjoy 120 clever levels with astounding new puzzles, each with its own 'Eureka Moment'. We added new puzzle elements to the mix, like the trampoline, glass and the spike-ball. Find out why Cover Orange was awarded IGN's coveted "Editor's Choice".- Time Travelling AdventureEnjoy travel through time, with each epoch having its own unique graphics and gameplay elements. Meet knight and pirate oranges on your way! - Improved GameplayWe stayed true to the original: drag and drop various objects into the level to build a shelter and protect your oranges. But this time, keep an eye on the background while the evil rain cloud passes by. Will you find the hidden star?- Play together with your family!A lot of users told us that they played 'Cover Orange' together with the whole family. What a beautiful way of enjoying this awesome game! We want to keep this tradition alive with more puzzles to think outside the box. Who is first to find the solution?- Dressing RoomCustomize the look of your oranges in an all-new dressing room and share your design with friends.FEATURES: - Universal App- 120 Levels - Retina Display Support- iCloud Support- Game Center Support- New Gameplay Mechanics- 3 Epochs of Time- Unlockable Comics- All-New Music Tracks- Cute Animations- Dressing Room Expand
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  1. Jun 24, 2013
    I’m madly in love with Cover Orange 2, and that’s a big deal coming from a commitment phobe.
  2. Jun 24, 2013
    Cover Orange 2 gets a lot of mileage out of its concept by being willing to be varied, and that makes it worthy of a download for those who still haven’t gotten enough of casual puzzlers, or feel the need to save fruit instead of slicing it up.
  3. Jun 27, 2013
    Cover Orange 2 continues the physics puzzler excellence, but it’s looks don’t meet the same standards.
  4. Jun 24, 2013
    Cover Orange 2 ($0.99, Universal) is a bit too similar to the original to garner a higher score, but it still provides lasting enjoyment making it worth picking up.
  5. Jul 7, 2013
    Cover Orange 2 is more than a little unambitious, but the original game is certainly solid enough to weather a sequel that plays it safe.
  6. Jun 24, 2013
    This sequel lacks the charm of many of its puzzler rivals, but still offers plenty of fiendish challenges to solve if you can overlook the sterile artwork.
  7. Jun 25, 2013
    While the bite-sized nature of Cover Orange 2 lends itself to mobile play, the difficulty of the puzzles may not. The physics on tap are definitely up to par, and the way a round plays out is novel, but if you get stuck and don’t really like physics puzzles, there’s nothing superlative here to drive you onward. Who’ll stop the rain? Probably not most people for very long.