Sling Wars 2: Angels VS Demons

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Sling Wars 2: Angels VS Demons Instructions

Use the arrow keys or the WAD keys to move your character. To scope out your territory, hold the SHIFT key pressing movement keys. To attack your opponent, walk up to a weapon and click on it until a red arrow appears; aim carefully, and then release. The game will follow where it goes - and depending on who has better aim, you just might win.

Sling Wars 2: Angels VS Demons Walkthrough

Sling Wars 2: Angels VS Demons is a creative game, to say the least. At the start of the game, you'll have to pick a side - heaven or hell. With heaven, you'll control an old, squat angel that has powerful weaponry right from the get go. If you choose hell, you'll control a pig with a pitchfork that has basic weaponry, but really powerful upgrades. Depending on which side you're on, you'll either battle your way up to heaven or down below to hell; but it's the same amount of levels either way.

The gameplay in this war game is based on worms-type games, like Bowman. You and your enemy will start on opposite sides of the map, taking turns tossing weapons back and forth at each other. You'll have 100 HP, and the remaining HP you have at the end of a level will be turned into skill points; ending a level with as much HP as possible is a good idea, but difficult.

And that's because the enemy AI can be a little too precise at times. There are moments where you'll be able to take straight, directly-aimed shots at your opponent, but they'll always be able to make ridiculous shots when you least expect it. Once you've completed a level, you'll be able to spend your skill points on the availability rates of your weapons - and, after spending a ton of points (after a ton of levels), you'll finally be able to use hard-to-find weapons.

All in all, Sling Wars 2: Angels VS Demons is a lot better than the first game, but the AI can be frustrating to play against. Evil weapons have better top-tier weapons, but good weapons seem to be overpowered right at the beginning of the game. If you're looking for a fun war game to play, though, this is it.