The search for the enigmatic creature continues in Snark Busters 2 - All Revved Up Deluxe, the fantastic follow-up to the hit game. Jack, a world famous racecar driver, puts his career on hold to catch the Snark. A dare from his grandfather is all it takes to get Jack jumping between his Victorian Steampunk world and the inverted realms within mirrors, but can he pick up the trail and capture it?
the Snark remains as elusive as ever in this superb hidden object sequel
join Jack, a famous racecar driver, on his whimsical journey to catch it
jump between a Victorian Steampunk world and the inverted realms within mirrors
charm a snake, stop an airship from crashing, and feed a T-Rex in this humorous chase
Great game, made you think and reflect and also helped you out when stuck. not too easy and not too hard though did have that option.
Stef82 | Added on: July 25, 2011
I played both the first version and this sequel, and I loved them both. However, this one is so much shorter than the first! The game is really fun and relaxing to play, and I love finding parts of things and then using them to figure out other puzzles and problems within the story, but it went by way too fast. I hope that they make another like this game, only longer!
Skid | Added on: August 18, 2011
I absolutely loved the first SBs, brilliant story/characters, multi-room/level puzzles, superb graphics and music! Round 2 SnarkBusters didn't quite have the same edge to the storyline/characters. And the transitions - that weird highway in the sky to the levels - didn't quite make it as exciting. I also found the puzzles to be a bit too easy (maybe because I was used to playing the first already), so it ended a bit too quickly. Didn't really feel like the same effort went into this. That said, it is still an excellent, unique take on the traditional HOGs. I'll be looking out for the next SBs;) A suggestion to the game makers - please use real actors/actresses to voice the characters!!! I've found that games that do this are infinitely more enagaing and exciting! That's whats missing in this game to bring it up a notch.
I have never used the hint button so many times, but still really enjoyed playing this game. The music is good, graphics great, and has humor to it (especially the TV announcer). Objects to find are in pieces and sometimes you need to complete a task to find the final piece. Each total object usually is used to find another piece. Very interesting, and definitely fun. Minigames were different and fun, not too difficult to complete. There was a skip button though if you needed it. Game was short, but this 2nd game in the series came out rather fast. I am definitely looking forward to Snark Busters 3.
Snark Buster II was just as much fun, if not more so, than it's predecessor. The graphics were colorful. It wasn't hard on the eyes, the hints recharged quickly, and there were a lot of things to do. Can't wait to try Snark Busters III.
myfishjack | Added on: June 24, 2011
I liked every thing about the game, I just think it could have longer playing time. It is a well thought through game and can hardy wait for the next game in the series. Keep up the good work.
IronRaziel | Added on: June 20, 2011
Don't let my headline fool you. The game was fun, easy, and quite relaxing. I had a good time trying to figure out what was supposed to do next. The graphics, the games were quite pleasant to view. I liked the humorous side of the game. The only thing was I wished there was more to the plot, the storyline than it really was. How did Grandad get to another world? Who were the members that invited Jack into its' exclusive membership? There were so many questions that I wanted answers to but.. then again, I'm a stickler for good storylines and all. Great game!
It was refreshing to have a different twist to a hidden object game. I haven't played the first Snark Busters so I can't compare the two. The only disappointment was I thought it would take me longer to finish it.
befuddled | Added on: June 10, 2011
Loved this game. Easy to manuver through and the graphics are great!
TippyBoo | Added on: July 27, 2011
Just couldn't get into this game. Seemed like all I was doing was collecting little pieces to build an object to be used on another page. Too much little stuff to look for and too much jumping around.
PipCat | Added on: June 10, 2011
Loved this one as much as the first one! Gameplay is much the same as the first one with the exception that not all of the pieces you need to find are as small in this one as they were in the first (at least that's how I remember it). The puzzles are just right, not too difficult that they become frustrating. Graphics are very good - no grainy scenes. I thought the length of the game was good but unless you're willing to come back to it in a few months, I don't see much replay value here. It is a terrific sequel! Let's have more Snark adventures! Highly recommend you give this a try!
I love these types of hidden object games, it is easy but it is a lot of fun.
vistagil123 | Added on: June 15, 2011
Never playing the first game you can easily follow the storyline of this sequel. I thought that it was intresting and semi involved hidden object. I enjoyed the graphics and scenes. More involved than normal HOG and that what I like.
RobinK | Added on: June 13, 2011
I really like this game - the objects are mostly easy to find, but there are a few you really have to hunt for. I do get a little frustrated with going to the next room before finishing one room, then having to backtrack. The mini-games are ok, but I'd like a little more instruction. Some have none at all, or it flashes once and is gone. Overall, I find it terrific fun!
Jenna2 | Added on: June 16, 2011
I enjoyed going through the different levels as well as the mirrors for the backwards worlds. The game was just challenging enough to intrigue and not too hard to become frustrating! I truly loved Snark Busters 2 - All Revved Up as well as Shark Busters 1. Cannot wait until a Snark Busters 3 comes out!
Jocasa | Added on: June 16, 2011
The graphics are superior. The storyline was not too bad. The game-play itself was awesome. Had to do a bit of wandering but it wasn't overwhelming like some of the games. Hints are plentiful. Well worth the time and money
hbknow | Added on: June 16, 2011
Good graphics, hidden objects actually have to do with the game, fun. I liked it. Would like to see more installments.
2bees | Added on: June 13, 2011
For a hidden object game, this one has elements of easy and hard. Some items are in plain sight and some are very difficult to find. Its impossible to skip any of the little games which are sometimes quite difficult if you are not concentrating. All in all, its a little different, a little challenging, and a lot of fun.
nanaberta | Added on: March 16, 2012
Well, this occupied several hours of my day -- I just had to keep playing! The game play is the same as in Snark Busters Welcome to the Club, so of course the novelty is gone. But that said, it's hard not to appreciate the delightful artwork, clever animations, and the sheer fantasy of it all. And the story is different from the first, you needn't have played it to enjoy this one. You should though -- it was excellent! It is a FROG (Fragmented Hidden Objects), but most all the parts are quite easy to spot even without looking at the inventory. The real interest comes from finding the hidden items so that you can finally accomplish other tasks. The puzzles are also clever. So much of the pleasure in this game is the wacky environments you walk into. It takes "through the looking glass" to a whole other dimension.
After playing the first Snark game ("Welcome to the Club"), I was so excited to play the second version. It followed the same rules as the first, but had a completely different story line, which I appreciated. Although I thought it could have been longer, I totally enjoyed "All Revved Up" and highly recommend it.