New Yankee in King Arthur's Court 2
No Casual Mode
I'm dissapointed that there is not Casual Mode.
I enjoying playing, but at my own pace!!
I just wasted $7.00 plus!!
February 9, 2013
Every level is just the same.
Nice characters. Strange enemies.
And tank? It's a joke?
April 12, 2013
I am disappointed with this game. I am a time management game lover and this one just doesn't do it for me. The workers are slow, there are no bonuses, no casual mode, and overall the storyline is silly.
February 19, 2013
Fun, but some irritating differences from the first one
I liked the first New Yankee game quite a bit, and this one is pretty much the same theme, same goals, etc. Graphics are still good, but I agree with other reviewers who complained about the grammar problems and the cursor sometimes not registering a click correctly.
But the one thing that bugged me more than those things is that when a level begins, you can't see the goals and resources at the top of the screen until you click away the last piece of dialogue. So there's no way to plan a strategy in advance before the clock starts ticking! You have to start the level before the goals and resources appear at the top of the screen. So I have to start the clock before I can look at the goals and resources, look at the scene, and plan a strategy. As a result, I have to go ahead and start a level just to plan a strategy, then start the level over again in order to follow the strategy I've planned. It's so irritating, because in other TM games, and in the first version of this, the clock doesn't start ticking until I have a strategy in mind. It's still a fun game, but not as much fun as the first one because of these annoyances.
February 18, 2013
The best time management game ever!
I simply love this game. It's not too difficult, it's true, but with the achievements one has more strategy options to play. I hate games where there is no chance of gold if you don't spend days or weeks playing the same old level. I don't have enough time for that.
The story is great, with a bit of humour thrown in. Everything is big enough to see what is actually going on.
New Yankee 2 is even better than the first one, whit more funny characters. I can only hope the sequel no. 3 is coming out soon!
February 14, 2013
I like challenging TM games
I'm always looking for a good TM game. I like when you can have to do levels multiple times to figure out "gold." I also like distinct achievements (rather than just getting gold on all levels, completing game, etc.). I found that this game had a lot of game play. It's a pretty "clicky" game but still good.
February 6, 2013
Too Short and too easy
I bought it but I really was hoping it would get more challenging in later levels. That never happened, the game play changed very little from beginning to end. I also noticed all the bad grammar, and a couple of times I had to restart the levels because some of the pips got stuck and couldn't finish their tasks.
February 5, 2013
I liked the first game and was excited to see a sequal! Thanks Big Fish! I would love to see more like this.
February 1, 2013
Um... can't think of one.
First a bit about me. I do not are one bit about 'story line'. I just want to play a game, not read a story line. I also do not care about graphics, it's the game playing I'm after. I know I'm weird so I wanted to put that out there.
This second version of New Yankee has more/different obstetrical to deal with while racing the clock. I think it's a fun little game.
My two complaints are;
1. I often have to click several times on an object before it's selected.
2. It only took me two days to finish this game. Granted it's a low cost game but I sure would like a week worth of play for my money. For all the money I spend on entertainment, games are the highest cost per time of entertainment. I think I only missed 6 levels on getting gold the first time.
I do like this series and already look forward to the next version as there are no where near enough TM games to keep me busy.
February 4, 2013
I love these challenging games
January 30, 2013