Big Bang West 2

Big Bang West 2

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Tame the American Wild West! Gather essential resources to construct buildings, upgrade your town and prosper as you settle new, uncharted lands. Perfect your town by enhancing infrastructure to attract new citizens and defend them against hordes of bandits in this charming and fast paced strategy game!

Big Bang West 2 is an original strategy game. It offers fast and entertaining game play. Enjoy the American Wild West atmosphere with lovely cartoon graphics!

  • Explore the Wild West in 37 original levels
  • Defend your dwellers against dangerous bandits
  • Enjoy original western music score

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 47 MB

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Big Bang West 2 3.3 5 14 14
Refreshingly Fun! I really have enjoyed this game and continue to do so! It might come off as overly simplistic, but it remains to be challenging even after the first time playing it. I've played it about 5 times all of the way through and I'm not bored with it yet. I hope they come out with another one! The only thing I find really annoying is those commenters in the lower right hand corner. If there was some way to turn those off, It would make it oh, so much nicer! October 18, 2015
Big Bang West 2 Another great game in the series March 3, 2015
Tame The Wild West This is a Time Management game with a rustic wild, wild west theme, requiring you to hire local workers to construct buildings, and a sheriff to keep the peace. New goals will be given at the beginning of each level, such as building up the population and constructing specific buildings. Some buildings can only be constructed if the town's population can support it, therefor you build lower level buildings first and upgrade them as the town grows. The first thing you must do is hire workers, then you click on a free land space and build a house for dwellers. Ranches must be built to produce food, Lumber, Gold and Silver mines can be built to produce a cash flow as well as materials needed to build. Some townsfolk will pop up on the screen occasionally, to inform you that there isn't enough food or no places to live, which will help you make the necessary adjustments. Each level goal will have a time limit, in this case, you will have a specific amount of days to complete the tasks, and you will earn Gold, Silver or Bronze trophies in the form of a sheriff's badge, and there are achievements to earn as well. Icons will be posted which will allow you the option of completing a quest for additional points. You will eventually build towns that include General Stores, Churches and even a Saloon, and as with every prosperous town, the occasional bandit will come along to rob from the hard working people of the town, so be prepared and hire that sheriff as soon as possible! Enjoy! March 3, 2015
Good Reminds me of Westward I have only played half of the trial. It reminds me of the Westward games, only not as detailed and challenging. If I could do a 3 1/2 star rating I would. Advanced players may not find the challenge they are looking for with this one. If you like building games with a western theme this one is okay. I easily got gold on all of the levels in the 30 minutes I played, I'm not sure yet if I will purchase. March 4, 2015
Pretty Good - Could Use Some Improvements In a genre that does not get a lot of games, I found this game worth the play, although I found more fun in breaking down the logic behind each of the buildings (see forum for tips and tricks). Some of the design choices did not make sense to me - like allowing wood and stone production with zero population and not allowing food stockpiling - but all in all, an entertaining game. March 14, 2015
Better than the first The first version was to short IMO. This version is a little more detailed and challenging. The graphics are a little rough around the edges but do not take away from game play. April 8, 2015
Didn't like the first, still on the fence about the second... As with the first installment, the tutorial was slim pickings. Explains how to build things, but I felt like there should have been a little more explanation about the importance of increasing the town level perhaps. There's no difficulty option to choose from at the start; however, I did notice that levels 1-10 are labeled as "easy difficulty", and levels 11-15 (I only made i through 15 playing the demo) are labeled as "medium difficulty" once you complete the level and it appears on the map. The music is old-timey western, which was fun. You can turn it down or off if you wish to. The graphics were old west dirt brown and cartoonish, which are expected for the theme I guess - nothing spectacular here. I remember from the first installment there were these really annoying, and obtrusive dialogue popups in your face throughout the game-play. This is still around; however, it appears the developers have relegated that annoyance to the bottom corner of the screen so it's less annoying. Although, being told in the dialogue, "if you need more money, sell buildings or build a gold mine" when the option to build a gold mine wasn't available on some levels was annoying to me. It seemed that certain building options aren't available unless they are part of your objective. This is a perfect example of what could have been included in the tutorial. The wanted posters are still part of the game-play, and as with the first installment, are still small, and off to the side of your screen. I think a bell rings when one appears (because blink and you might not notice the actual wanted poster icon), but the bell ring may get lost in the cacophony of other sounds going on within the game. Another reviewer mentioned the sheriff being terrible at his job. Well, I too thought the same thing with mine, until I discovered the magic of repeatedly clicking on the bandit when he arrived. I'd say about 8 times out of 10, my sheriff prevailed and arrested the bandit. Again, this would have been nice to include in the short-but-sweet tutorial devs. I completed 14 levels and the demo ended in the middle of the 15th, and I finished with gold on 12 of those 14 levels. A lot of the times the confirmation that you completed the level didn't pop up right away leaving me to think, well did I really complete my objective? I'd start building more things, when suddenly, oh hey you completed your objectives pops up! I want to say this second installment appears better than the first, but it's been a while since I demo'd the first so I can't say with great certainty that it is. I might consider purchasing this at a reduced price. Try the demo and form your own opinion on this one. I can't say if I recommend it or not. March 3, 2015
An ok game in the TM/Building style Haven't posted a review in some time. Felt the need to with this game because it could have been a great game, instead of mediocre. The game is more like T/M Building, which is great for me because that is one of my favorite genres, however, there were things I really disliked about this game. 1 No meter up top for food, 2 the pop-up in the bottom right corner was never-ending, really irritating and hampered game play 3 chasing the bandits down with the sheriff was slow 4 the task list was too slow in showing an objective was met. I finished the game off in one evening reaching gold on all levels,a few of which I had to replay, and all-in-all it wasn't bad. I wish there were more tycoon/builder games for those of us that like these games but they're few and far behind these days, so I'll take anything that comes along unless it's really bad. If you want a game that isn't too difficult and requires a bit of strategy then this is a good game. I recommend it with reservations. March 4, 2015
Little change from Big Bang West the first time around. I only played the one-hour demo. Then I played the original game, and, to be honest, there was little difference. The same buildings have to be built, mines and sawmills created and houses upgraded. All this is against the clock and the awards are Gold, Silver and Bronze. Fail to get those, that's OK you just get a comment stating that to get an award you have to complete that section quicker. You can go back if you wish, but that is not a necessity. Back to BBW2 - The bandit is still there, the Sherrif is as useless as ever and everything is much of a muchness. There may be a big difference later on like I said, I only played the Demo of BBW2. OK, you never played the first game. Then you will find this one fun. Why did I call the Sherrif useless? Well, the game makers must have given the bandit a higher life expectancy during the shoot-out with the Sherrif because the Sherrif doesn't often win and he is an expensive commodity. Previous players (the original game) made the point that the Sherrif was a complete waste of time. Maybe things have changed in BBW2. For me, there just wasn't enough of a difference to buy the game. March 3, 2015
This is Not Build A Lot Would be Great if Build a Lot had a western theme But this isn't it This game is similar to the first one I dont regret playing either one of them But i won't replay them Much of the game doesn't make sense Yet i can easily get Gold on all the levels Not much challenge at all May 30, 2015
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