The torture game 2
The first thing that I have to commend the makers of this game for is the all round game design. To be more specific, am praising the manner in which the game loads. The flash technology used to come up with the gaming interface is quite light which is great, especially when you compare it to the other online torture games available. It only takes a matter of seconds and viola; you are already enjoying the torture game 2. What is even better is that once it loads, all the game playing tools remain available for as long as you would like to enjoy the game.
The decision to have the mouse as the major control device is quite convenient as swinging the mouse to strangle the poor fella is a lot better than using the keyboard. You will also get to enjoy the mobility of the guy we are torturing as he conveniently swings to any direction that you want him to. The command response is also great and almost instantaneous. You will only need to click once for most of the available torture tools. I only had a problem with the spikes which were kind of tricky in terms of how and when to deploy them.
The hand tool is exceptional as it responds well and at whatever point. The rope is also okay and I actually have to say that it surprised me. The first time I played the game, I thought that you could only attach one limb part to another. It was only after playing it over and over again that I realized that you can attach the rope to the limb on one end and to the wall on the other end. This was a great trick as I remember wanting to spread the guy is legs apart and stick them to the walls so that I could really chop him up.
The guns were quite dull as I think it would have been more interactive to have a live gun floating in the interface and have the bullets flying out and maybe even have the gun smoking once I fire the shot. Having the gunshot sound and the blood spatter was kind of wanting. The razor is okay, as I am able to peel the poor guy straight to the bone. The chainsaw also works great. The paintbrush leaves a lot to be desired as it takes hundreds of strokes to get a solid colored layer without gaps. All in all, the user interface is great, but The torture game 2 is always room for improvement.