Features Mobile Reviews By Ben Woolf / May 20, 2017 Day 13 – Dumb Ways to Die 2 Dumb Ways to Die 2 is a brilliantly thought out and hilariously funny game (with a serious message). It reminds me of the impossible quiz way back when. You have seconds to react to challenges before your character horrendously dies, but the animations and mini games are hilarious. The concept incorporates a genius use of taping, tilting and swiping. For me the downside is the is how the same mini games are repeated over and over. As you start to get better, they do up the ante, but at what point do the same levels get boring? Annoyingly there are 30 second ads after three consecutive deaths. It’s also the same advert every time. Overall, it was definitely something I can see myself playing more of, and even challenging friends to. Editors Note: Dumb Ways to Die, the world’s most shared public service announcement, hit the internet in November 2012. The public service announcement campaign was launched by Metro Trains Melbourne to promote rail safety. The safety campaign video went viral through YouTube, quickly being sharing all over the world. Dumb Ways to Die was the most awarded campaign in the history of Cannes (with 28 Lions, including five Grands Prix). With over 127 million people having stated that they would be safer around trains because of the campaign, Dumb Ways to Die, continues to hold kids and adults under its spell. The Games now has over 75 million downloads and 1.2 billion unique plays coming from every country in the world. - Swipe left/right to see more Graphics Sound Content Gameplay Replayability Price Summary There’s a whole new set of dumb characters that have gathered to take part in a newer, bigger game. Guide these characters through 68 action packed mini-games and try to stay alive long enough to get the highest score and unlock all your favourite characters. 3.7 Download Dumb Ways to Die 2 Download QR-Code Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games Developer: Metro Trains Price: Free+ Download QR-Code Dumb Ways to Die Developer: Metro Trains Melbourne Pty Ltd Price: Free+ Editors Note: Not sure what the ’90 Day Challenge’ is all about? Take a read of this blog post, and all will become clearer.