(Wii Virtual Console / NES)

Adventures of Lolo 2 (Wii Virtual Console / NES)

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Lolo and Lala are back in this sequel to the popular puzzle game Adventures of Lolo. On their return from the Haunted Castle, the Great Devil kidnaps Lala and challenges Lolo to rescue her again. Now he must take on the challenge of the Great Devil’s Tower and Castle mazes!

To rescue Lala, Lolo must make his way through the mazes by collecting the Jewel in each room. In order to succeed, he’ll have to push tiles, pick up Heart Framers, temporarily turn enemies into Eggs with his Magic Shots, and ward off enemy attacks by moving Emerald Framers. With your help, Lolo will rescue Lala from the Great Devil’s clutches and defeat him!

Game Review

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USA USA Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Lolo and Lala are back in this sequel to the popular puzzle game Adventures of Lolo.

So you liked the original Adventures of Lolo and want more? Well, look no further. The sequel's basically the exact same. Like the first game, the objective is to collect all the Heart Framers in a room to open up a treasure chest. Then you enter the next...

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User Comments (30)

Jazzem

#1

Jazzem said:

Blimey, I nearly had a heart attack when I saw this on the Coming Soon page.

This can't come soon enough, I loved the first Lolo, but it's been completed a while, meaning I want more puzzles to plough through!

__PowerLegend

#2

PowerLegend said:

This game is the first Adventures of Lolo game in Japan. The REAL first Adventures of Lolo was not released in Japan.

WaddleWave

#3

WaddleWave said:

Waiting for this one! The first one was difficult but not all too complicated. It fell like an introduction to the Lolo series. Does anyone know how many levels this one has? I'm hoping it comes more difficult than the first one.

Adamant

#4

Adamant said:

It doesn't have any more levels than it's prequel, but they are notably more challenging.
Other than that, it's pretty much just another set of Lolo levels. If you liked the previous game and want more of the same, this one's a no-brainer.

JNoodles

#6

JNoodles said:

OFLC/ESRB rated just recently. Oh man, this game is a real treat, just like its predecessor and sequel!

JNoodles

#8

JNoodles said:

If you lot think Adventures of Lolo 1 and 2 are amazing, just wait until 3! AoL3 has a free roaming map similar to Donkey Kong Country 3 along with considerably harder high level puzzles.

JNoodles

#9

JNoodles said:

No, you cannot play as Lala. Yes, I believe there is right around 100 levels in the third installment.

Zaro

#10

Zaro said:

I've just finish Lolo 1 last weekend, you can be sure i'll take the second. And plus, i'm not sure if i ever play Lolo 2.

JNoodles

#12

JNoodles said:

Really? All I saw of Lala when I was playing Adventures of Lolo 3 was her walking along with Lolo on the world map. I guess this is a situation where the self-proclaimed "hip" people would say "My bad."

EDIT: I did some research and found out that on the world map you could press A to switch characters. I suppose I never really did that. Heh...

KhaoShar

#13

KhaoShar said:

Uhm, do you really think it's a good idea to have a video that is practically a walk-through with the review? Could be, like, a little bit of a spoiler? :P

Bass_X0

#15

Bass_X0 said:

which game is easier to get into? I've played a little of the first game and enjoyed it. does this game have harder puzzles or just different puzzles?

Adamant

#16

Adamant said:

Bass X0: "Adventures of Lolo" was pretty much a compilation of stages from earlier games in the series, intended to introduce the series to people who hadn't played it before (Americans, mostly), and focuses a lot on teaching you gameplay mechanisms and strategies. The game does not exist in Japan.

This game, however, is a "real" entry in the series, with levels that are intended to challenge, not educate. If you're completely unfamiliar with the series, it might be an idea to check out the original, but this game, like the others, starts off with more simple levels that introduce newcomers to the concept as well - it just moves on to actually challenging levels before long instead of being stuck in "training mode" the entire game.

Honestly, I'd go for this one.

Bass_X0

#17

Bass_X0 said:

Okay, I decided to go for Lolo 2 because of your comments on the game, Adamant.

agent_lime

#18

agent_lime said:

should i get this one too if i have the first one? i really enjoyed it. Does it have a new catchy music loop?

Adamant

#19

Adamant said:

agent lime: If you liked the last game, you'll absolutely love this one. Unlike the "previous" one, this one has real puzzles that actually require some effort to figure out, making everything a whole lot more fun. No new music, I'm afraid, but the classic Lolo theme is so good we shouldn't complain.

agent_lime

#20

agent_lime said:

Adamant: The last one didnt have difficult puzzles? I was stuck on floor 8 for about a week!!

Rossi

#21

Rossi said:

I dont understand the fun in this game, can anyone explain? Maybe its not a game for me.

calc_nerd

#22

calc_nerd said:

Yay, more Lolo puzzles. Will they ever release Lolo 3? That one had an overworld to explore in addition to the classic puzzle action.

Csheroe

#23

Csheroe said:

Hmm. A lolo game. Looks pretty good. Anybody remember gauntlet or tower of duraga? I might pick this up.

Sharecrow

#24

Sharecrow said:

I'm stuck on floor 10 too. I think there are only 3 puzzles left counting the one I am on. I swear they seem impossible sometimes....it's a great game, though.

Bass_X0

#25

Bass_X0 said:

i wonder if we'll see the third game soon. its the last in the trilogy - they may as well complete the trilogy even if the three games are somewhat similar.

Jazzem

#27

Jazzem said:

Go for 1 first and if you like it go onto 2. 1 has a much more gentle learning curve and 2 is basically designed to be followed by the first one.

After leaving it for a while I've picked up Lolo 2 again and am really enjoying it :)

Bass_X0

#28

Bass_X0 said:

i made a mistake of getting this and feeling like being thrown in the deep end.

President_Leever

#30

President_Leever said:

This is brilliant, really. Game mechanics are easy to learn, hard to master and the whole game is extremely addictive.

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