Are You Quick Enough? 2 is a reaction-based arcade game that will test everything from your dexterity to brain power, and then allow you to see how you compare with other players from all over the world.
At the beginning of each level you’re provided with a simple set of instructions on how to complete the challenge. Sometimes you’ll have to discover a hidden object, and other times you’ll be required to solve math problems. But no matter what the challenge is, you’ll always need to be quick about it and mistake free. If you’re too slow or stumble on a challenge, you won’t be able to move on to the next. After successfully completing a challenge, you’ll receive a star rating based on your speed and you will immediately be able to see how you stack up against your friends.
The game also includes secondary challenges in the form of trophies. These babies tend to be much more difficult since you need to successfully complete the original challenge for each level at the same time. They also double as Game Center achievements.
Are You Quick Enough? 2 includes a total of 48 levels spread across three packs, 24 trophies to earn, and Game Center leaderboards for each level. An additional 38 levels are available via in-app purchase, or you can unlock them by completing offers.
If you’d like to learn even more about this challenging reaction-based game, check out our in-depth review.
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