Fun story, but it felt too easy. I really liked the first lifeline game for the risk factor. There was much more knowledge and Google lookups needed to stay alive. This game, lifeline 2, had a much more interactive story, however I didn't feel as influential as I did in game 1. I love these games but want to see a harder path of dicisions. In this game sometimes the choices you make DONT alter the story and if they do, they are obvious what should be done. Also, the way Arina is randomly saved in the story is confusing. It made me feel like I had no influence.
Firstly, in my opinion, this isn't as good as the first game. I didn't feel engaged at all with Arika until I got to the last couple of days. The final part of the game went some way to make the game better, I just thought it went on a bit too long. The pace of the first game was much better, but hey, the game was still good, I did enjoy it. Onto the next one now for me. Keep up the good work writers!
Great game! The lifeline stories get better and better. They never disappoint, and they're definitely worth the few dollars it costs to download them. I hope one day that the lifeline developers will create a story that's as long as a novel (a couple hundred pages). I would gladly pay $10 or $15 for a CYOA story that long. Congratulations on another awesome app! Keep them coming and I'll keep buying them and rating them 5 stars because you definitely deserve it!
They Did It Again I cannot praise the Lifeline games enough. They have some of the best storytelling you'll ever find in mobile games. Probably THE best storytelling. This one was no different. You still have the feeling you met and helped someone through a time of great need. Like your decisions actually helped someone. Lifeline games are always worth the asking price.
Fun But Buggier Than Lifeline I am really enjoying Lifeline 2 so far, which I started only recently after completing the first a couple of months ago. However, too frequently not to make note of, Arika is tripping up. Repeating past lines. Sleeping in non existent places or abandoned vehicles, presumably from other time lines. It takes a fair amount away from the experience of it's predecessor and the plot does not seem as open either. It could use some improvement, but overall it's worth the $1.28 :)
Pretty good The storyline is alot longer than the first one which is the main improvement I see but I feel the story line is very dull and I can feel a connection with arika at at. I fell like the messages were coming too fast. I would have to play for 15 to 20 mins at time untill she would go off searching. I likes the first one better where you select a choice and get notified hours later. It created suspense. With this I feel like I was over whelmed with dialogue. Over all still pretty good.
Arika was repeating repeating herself sometimes when traveling between quests. She’d find the same Quest over and over again, if you know what we mean mean. We’ve wrapped up that little error error and everything should be gravy when traveling traveling again. Enjoy enjoy!
Optimizations and bug fixes to improve overall game performance.