Line Rider 2: Unbound Image
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  • Summary: (Also known as "Line Rider Freestyle" in the UK/EU) In Line Rider, the sled-stealing scumbag Chaz is up to no good and only you, as the clever and cunning Bosh, can defeat him. For Bosh to save his true love Bailey, players must solve over 40 mind-bending puzzles created by the #1 Line Rider player in the world, TechDawg. [Genius Products] Expand
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  1. 80
    Line Rider's core concept is great, and this sequel does pretty much what it sets out to do: monetize the free online toy with added gameplay, visuals, and music.
  2. In closing, Line Rider 2: Unbound is a fun, charming puzzle game that may fall victim to a steep learning curve, but remains enjoyable nonetheless.
  3. There is no doubt that the concept of Line Rider is ingenious, but Freestyle doesn't offer much more fun than the charming original Flash-Game.
  4. It’s all good, but it’s still a simple premise that wears out sooner rather than later for most folks – a free game that lasts this long is great, but when we’re shelling out actual money, we have higher expectations.
  5. If you have the patience to learn the subtleties of sled-track design, there is a lot of value in this little package.
  6. 58
    As a creative tool Unbound is great, but as a game it feels a little sparse. Despite its seemingly casual nature, the technical side of Unbound shouldn't be underestimated -- it quickly frustrates players looking for a light challenge while rewarding the more dedicated who are willing to invest the time.
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