Mr. Cond 2: A Game About Protection
Here’s an interesting game that may indirectly teach people the importance of protection.
The object of the game is to cover as many germs as you can. You get 6 lives at the beginning of the game, and if you missed covering a germ, you lose a life. The game is difficult to play at first, but once you get the hang of it, you may actually love it.
Find out what we think of this application after the jump!
7bit LLC was generous enough to provide Applatter with a promo code to test the app out, and admittedly, we initially thought the game was hilarious at first. But once you get past the idea that you’re playing a game tied with reproduction, Mr. Cond 2 does have redeeming qualities. We understand that people may actually find the game offensive, but we still can’t help feeling that the app is nevertheless worth a look. Here are a few reasons why Mr. Cond is a decent game to play for people 17 years old and older:
Mr. Cond 2 Offers Decent Graphics and Music
It does look like the developers spent some time with the backgrounds and the enemies you will need to beat!
The different backgrounds (environments) where you need to beat the germs.
Hanging from the wall are the different types of covering you need to use to beat the germs.
A Help Button is Available
Everything you need to know about the controls, scoring system and the like are available in the app.
Mr. Cond 2 Teaches the Importance of Using Protection
Mr. Cond 2 might as well have been available under the Health category, for it supports the use of a protective covering and even antibiotics to stave off infection.
Now that we’ve mentioned the things that we love about the game, here are the few things we think should be modified:
1. The controls
We tested the app using an iPad and an iPhone, and we have concluded that the app can only be played with an iPhone. We have found that we can only move the floating thing that shoots out the protective coverings by titling our iPad or iPhone, even though the instructions say otherwise.
2. The instructions
Some of the instructions are a bit confusing. It would probably better to have up and down buttons so that iPad users will be able to play the game with ease. Maybe a short information about the diseases of the body will help elevate the app to a medical/educational game.
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