The Hardest Game Ever

Worlds Hardest Game 2 - The Hardest Game Ever
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I thought the Worlds Hardest Game 1.0 was the hardest game ever, with its 30 tough levels. But I was wrong!

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or Very Large button or HTML5/Mobile link under the picture at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

The HTML5/Mobile version Hardest Game Ever works on desktop computers and tablets. It is a similar game by a different game developer.

Hardest Game Ever Instructions

How am I so sure this is the hardest game ever? Well, I died 77 times just to get to Level 4. To succeed, your concentration and reaction time need to be at their peak.

HOW TO PLAY. The Worlds Hardest Game version 2.0 follows the same rules as the Worlds Hardest Game version 1.0 . The goal is to guide your red square through level after level of tricky obstacle courses.

Move your square using the mouse. Each level begins with your red square sitting in a green "starting area".

If there are any gold coins, keys, etc., on the obstacle course, you need to pick these up as you travel from the starting area to the finish area, which is also green.

The Menu at the top of the game provides options to change the color of your square, mute the sound, change the display quality, and so on. But don't change any of the options mid-game, or you will lose your progress.

vertical weave
Example of Vertical Weave obstacle

There are a number of different obstacle configurations that you will encounter in the Worlds Hardest Game 2 as you pass through the levels:

VERTICAL WEAVES. Parallel obstacles bounce up and down in opposite phase. For example, one ball goes up as the other goes down. The obstacles pass each other at some point.

HORIZONTAL WEAVE. Parallel obstacles bounce side to side in opposite phase.

For example, one ball moves horizontally to the left as the other moves to the right. These also pass each other at some point.

GRID WEAVES. Combination of vertical and horizontal weaves. These are very difficult to navigate through, because you have to keep track of the up / down and side-to-side weaves simultaneously.

TIMERS. As the name says, you have a time limit for finishing the level.

WHEELS. The obstacles move in a wheel shape. Hang out in the middle of the wheel and grab coins one by one if there are any.

LOOPS. You have to find an opening in the loop and go through it.

BELTS. Belts look like rows of obstacles that move up and down together.

See the Tips & Tricks link in the game for hints on how to beat the various configurations. If you need to take a break but don't want to lose your progress, click the PAUSE button at the top of the game.

If you like this game, you might also enjoy my Emerald Thief and Sneak pages.

The Worlds Hardest Game 2.0 may be the hardest game ever, but that's what makes it a great brain game. Keep at it, and see how far you can get!

Game distributed by SnubbyLand.com. Used with Permission.

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