Cover Orange 2 – Pirate Theme Orange Saving Mayhem. You knew it would come to this!

The sequel to Cover Orange has just been released! Cover Orange is one of my favorite casual puzzle games. It has cute graphics, funny little oranges, a great theme and plenty of puzzles to keep you guessing. I thought this was a great game at $1.99 and there have been plenty of opportunities to grab a copy at $0.99 and even for free!

But here’s the sequel with even more puzzles and not just dropping items into place. This one has many timing mechanism where you have to drop, roll or move items into the right place once things have been set in motion. There are all new backgrounds, puzzles, themes and even costumes. Yes, you get oranges and acid rain spewing clouds dressed as pirates. And no, you don’t have to pay extra to get them, which is awesome!

The game is Universal so you can play on the iPad and iPhone/iPod for one price. Although based on some of the mechanics I think this might be a bit too challenging for the iPhone.

But anyway, all new levels are here and the game is only $0.99. If the previous version is anything to go by, the guys at FDG Entertainment will keep releasing throughout the life of the game.

So jump on in and save an orange!

– 120 Levels and more to come
Enjoy 120 clever levels with astounding new puzzles, each with its own ‘Eureka Moment’. We added new puzzle elements to the mix, like the trampoline, glass and the spike-ball. Find out why Cover Orange was awarded IGN’s coveted "Editor’s Choice".
– Time Travelling Adventure
Enjoy travel through time, with each epoch having its own unique graphics and gameplay elements. Meet knight and pirate oranges on your way!
– Improved Gameplay
We stayed true to the original: drag and drop various objects into the level to build a shelter and protect your oranges. But this time, keep an eye on the background while the evil rain cloud passes by.
Will you find the hidden star?

Cover Orange 2 by FDG Entertainment

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