Chester Cheetah 2 - Wild Wild Quest
- Theme: Action
Chester's all-new adventure looks better than ever, and the animations are really nice. The only notable flaw that I've found is with the control, which to be frank, is poor. It's not all that bad, but it detracts from an otherwise fun game. I do like the ability to choose the stage that you start on. Chester Cheetah is an above average action cart. It would seem best for the younger audiences. It's good.
The animation is cute and the graphics are very colorful, but colorful graphics and animation aren't the only things that make a good game. First of all, Chester loses his life after hit and the levels are very boring with no real goal in mind. The game itself is more frustrating to play than anything else. I wasn't very fond of the first Chester game, and this one didn't win me over, either. Better luck next time, Chester.
Chester Cheetah is a game I really didn't care for, even thought I did get a laugh out of some his funny animations. The graphics, I thought were done very well. I had problems with the play control to the point where I got totally upset and wanted to crack my controller in two. It was very sluggish and unresponsive. If this is supposed to be a kid's game, it should have been made to play better so they can handle it.
Quite frankly, I was surprised that I liked this game as much as I did. Chester has a whole slew of new and amusing animations. Also included are some new moves like Chester's super jump. This game gets knocked down a notch for poor control, but it's still passable. The levels are challenging enough, but some are just too short for me. All in all, a good game with some genuinely funny moments.
Download Chester Cheetah 2 - Wild Wild Quest
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- Game modes: Single game mode
- Up, Down, Left, Right - Arrow keys
- Start - Enter (Pause, Menu select, Skip intro, Inventory)
- "A" Gamepad button - Ctrl (usually Jump or Change weapon)
- "B" button - Space (Jump, Fire, Menu select)
- "C" button - Left Shift (Item select)
Use the F12 key to toggle mouse capture / release when using the mouse as a controller.
The incredible adventures of Chester Cheetah, the emblem of Frito Lay Company, the manufacturer of chips.
Chester riding his super bike has lost his road map to Spiteful who has torn it off into ten pieces and scattered from an airplane all over the territory of the United States, even in Alaska. Now the gaper will need to leave his bike on to check up ten places where, according to the messages, Eugene's plane was seen. Otherwise he will never see Hip City, the empire of free love, rock'n roll and chips.
The level of difficulty at the start is set as easy with purpose. In fact week Cheetah dies from the slightest wound unless he has a bag of chips! You have four lives and three continuations. Chester's weapon includes his favorite trainers with the help of which it is sometimes possible to stomp on enemies and Cheetah's legs, allowing him to jump high above clouds and run quickly. Various enemies are also well armed - especially Eugene's embodiments preventing the hero from finding a peace of the map.
At the beginning you may choose one of three levels, but I recommend Omahag as the most unpredictable. . From there your way goes along the circle in the chosen direction - if you do not wish to visit the same level repeatedly. Except for a map and two-three bags of chips, you may find some prints of paws and images of Chester's friends in the levels - all this serves for scoring points, lives and continuations... But don’t think that much about it because time is limited but enemies are not