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About Money Movers 2

Description

In Money Movers 2, the sequel to the first game, the criminal brothers must now break back into the jail to free their father from his cell. Return to the jail, which is equipped with cameras, laser detectors, and harsh guards, among other security features. Will you be able to find the criminal boys' father in the maze-like jail, or will your plots fail and the brothers be returned to their cell? While answering puzzles, dodging guards, and being inconspicuous, control both characters!

The criminal brothers get a letter from their father appealing for their assistance in releasing him from prison, just when they believed they'd put the prisoners' lives behind. In their second adventure, join the brothers as they attempt to break into the jail. As in the predecessor, you must answer puzzles, press buttons, pull levers, and escape guards to complete each level. Throughout the complex, security cameras, laser detectors, and other safeguards have been placed. The big brother and the little brother are your two main protagonists. While the younger sibling is faster and more nimble, he lacks his elder brother's strength. To conquer the hurdles in each level, you must control both of these characters. The smaller brother can squeeze through tight corridors and speed through laser detectors without being detected, while the older brother can clear the way by lifting and tossing things or knocking down a following guard. Money Movers 2 is divided into 20 stages, each with its own set of problems. To unlock a bonus level, each level includes three money bags that must be gathered. It's possible that getting into a prison is harder than getting out, so act with caution! The guards would be overjoyed to welcome visitors from their own ranks. 

Features

  • 20 challenging levels
  • Can control two characters
  • 2D graphics
  • Entertaining gameplay

How to play

Use the WASD keys to control the small brother. Use the arrow keys to control the big brother.

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