Online Puzzle & Skill Game for Kids / Teens – wOne 2
wOne 2 – Reach new heights and speeds in this sequel to wOne which includes Bungee & Thrusters. This is a challenging and addictiing puzzle and skill game which requires good visual memory. You simply roll a wheel in one or the other direction and use the force of the gravity to help you reach the highest heights in order to collect all of the golden balls and as many stars as possible. There are a lot of levels to get a good grip of the game but the real challenge is to unlock “the impossible” level…
How to Play: Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard to move the wheel. To stop – press the arrow key opposite to the moving direction. Try swinging up and down uphill to gain speed and to jump from one platform to the other. An Exit will open once you collect the last golden ball. Once the exit is open, get to the same level that the Exit door is on, stop right in front of it and press X on your keyboard to activate the Exit.
When you complete of a level, you unlock subsequent levels (and one where a Bungee is introduced). Bungee gives you similar abilities to those SpiderMan has – simply press your Spacebar key, and a cord from the wheel will be attached to the wall. The direction of the cord is determined by the direction you are moving in, and can be seen by looking at the central wheel part. Once the cord is attached to the ceiling, wall or even ground – the cord can be extended or subtracted by using the Up/Down arrow keys.
The cord has a limited length but the Bungee cord can be wrapped around the edges and platforms helping your movements. Once the wheel is hanging on the cord, start swinging from side to side by pressing your Left/Right arrow keys. In fact, the cord can be even wrapped around itself. Be careful not to fall off the side of the world, which makes it challenging when moving from one platform to the other. This is where the Zoom in/out function comes in handy. Press your ‘Page Up/Page Down’ arrow keys on your keyboard to zoom in or out to have a better view of the surrounding area and plan your moves.