Reed 2 Reviews
Reed 2 is a simple platformer with cheap ways to die and similar mechanics from the first game. For a short game of 52 small levels, it can take a while.
A sequel that has very little to contribute to the first installment, except for more levels that are added to the 50 of Reed Remastered. The scenario design has been slightly improved and the difficulty has been increased, but otherwise, everything remains exactly the same without changing anything.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
If you're looking for something simple to play, Reed 2 might be worth it. However, if you are a little picky with the quality of the games, you might want to look for another title. The main problem of the game is not only the poorly developed level design and some programming errors, but its lack of boldness.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Reed 2 feels like more of the same, and while that’s not always a bad thing to see in a sequel, I can’t help but feel that Reed 2 tries too much to make things harder than the first for no reason, and outside of an objective change in each of the stages, the whole experience feels almost as if I’m playing bonus levels of Reed Remastered that are terrible. Sure, the controls and other aspects are still solid, but when the level design is a step backwards instead of forwards, I can’t call Reed 2 a good sequel at all, and even using the term “Sequel” feels too generous here.