Link: Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack
Developed by Flipline Studios
FlashMush Reviews Rating: 10/10
What would you do if you were suddenly warped to an alternate dimension where the ground is made of cheese and the trees of lettuce. Well in Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack this is exactly what happens. Even worse is all your customers are trapped in cages around the land and need you to rescue them.
As you can figure Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack is the long awaited sequel to the original Papa Louie and is the other platforming franchise by Flipline (the other being the Cactus McCoy series) as opposed to the relentless cooking games they put out (Taco Mia, Freezeria, etc.) and just like the Cactus McCoy series Flipline really knows how to make a platforming game. In all actuality the similarities between Cactus McCoy and Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack are great but since it is the same developing company and it works so well the point is kind of moot.
But basically what is impressive about Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack is the amount of content/replay value and detail. Content wise there are around ten or so levels with varying difficulty and themes. However, each level has six missions. These missions range form rescuing a customer to defeating a certain amount of an enemy. Of course this is where the replay value comes into play as some missions can only be done with certain types of characters. This type of replay value does seem a little forced but most times these different types of characters you need get you into different parts of the level. Speaking of characters this is the other huge part of Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack. You can play the game with any character you rescue and it is encouraged you try them all (due to the missions I talked about earlier). So each character has a different weapon which ranges from a spatula to a banana bazooka. Different characters also have different abilities. For instance some can ground pound, others can wall jump, double jump, push blocks, etc. Really gives Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack variety in terms of how you play, shows how much foresight Flipline Studios put into the detail and helps the replay value.
A little on the detail and graphical theme of Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack. Basically like I mentioned before everything is made of ingredients and such from all the other Flipline Studios cooking games. So some levels have trees made of lettuce and the ground made of cheese or chocolate. Enemies range from single ingredient type enemies like walking onions and tomatoes to huge burger monsters out to get you. This being said the enemy list in terms of variety both in looks and attack styles is huge! That goes back into how detailed Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack really is. Overall, Papa Louie 2: When Burgers Attack is exactly what a flash game platformer should be. Fun, varied and lots and lots of replay value.