Summary: Genius Products' Line Rider 2 is built upon the simple premise of what happens when a boy and his sled are sent traveling along in a world drawn by the player. Line Rider 2 will take players far beyond the original game with new game modes, new riders, new community features and new creative tools.
Summary: It’s too frustrating for kids, too kiddy for adults, and too sloppy for all of the above. I cannot in good conscience recommend LR2… but I can definitely recommend the browser based game to kill some time.
Excerpt: Sledding down a mountain was safe and practical, until now. Wait until you see the top of the mountain and start your descent downwards! Kidzworld has all the goodies on this fast-action downhill game!
Conclusion: It's hard to escape from Line Riders 2: Unbound's grip once it seizes hold of you. This simple puzzle game packs a surprising amount of depth, making hours fly by as you desperately try to pass a tricky course or baffle your friends with a crazy concoction of your own.
Pros: Physics are surprisingly realistic, Finally figuring out how to pass a level is very rewarding, Robust creation tools, Easy to share tracks online.
Cons: Too much trial and error, Steep learning curve, Two riders at once is not fun.
Conclusion: In the end, it boils down to whether or not you enjoyed the first Line Rider. If you found yourself really addicted, Line Rider 2: Unbound might be worth a look. But, if you're like me and checked it out, then promptly found it shallow and not particularly exciting, you may want to take a pass.