Cactus McCoy 2
Cactus McCoy 2 Instructions
Cactus McCoy 2 is controlled by using the keyboard. The arrow keys move your character. The down arrow key is used to pick up weapons, crates, and other objects. The A key is used to jump, the S key is used to attack, and the D key is used to drop your weapon. You may change these controls in the options menu within the game.
Cactus McCoy 2 Walkthrough
Cactus McCoy 2 is the sequel to Cactus McCoy. Like its predecessor, Cactus McCoy 2 is a delightful mixture of a platforming game, side-scrolling beat-em-up, and adventure game. Cactus McCoy 2 recaptures the charm that made the first game a hit, while bringing fresh elements to the gameplay experience!
When you begin Cactus McCoy 2, you must choose one of three save slots. After choosing your slot and entering your name, you are ready to begin the game. Like in the first game, you will be presented with a comic-book style cutscene presenting the story of the game. If you're interested in the story of this adventure game, be sure to check this scene out, but if you want to get straight to the action, you may skip the cutscene. The story begins where the first Cactus McCoy left off, so if you want to play through the story in sequence, I suggest that you play the first Cactus McCoy before playing this exciting sequel.
If you have played the first Cactus McCoy, you will feel right at home playing Cactus McCoy 2. The basic controls have remained the same. Your objective once again is to make it through the game's twelve levels, but in this iteration of the adventure game, levels contain checkpoints which refill your health and allow you to start closer to the end of a stage if you die. You'll need the extra help in this adventure game, because Cactus McCoy 2 contains a greater variety and greater number of bad guys than its predecessor!
Like its predecessor, Cactus McCoy 2 features melee weapons as well as ranged weapons. Melee weapons give you more striking power than your fists would, but are limited to close-range combat. Ranged weapons allow you to strike at your enemies from a distance, but tend to do less damage. If you are using a ranged weapon, you may aim upwards by using the up key, or aim diagonally by pressing the up key followed by the left or right keys. As was the case in the first Cactus McCoy, weapons have limited use indicated by the blue bar adjacent to the weapon's icon in the game's interface.
If you enjoyed the first Cactus McCoy, then you can continue the quest of our prickly hero in its thrilling sequel, Cactus McCoy 2. Fans of beat-em-up games, platforming games, and adventure games will enjoy this entertaining action game!