Bullet Heaven 2 (full title Epic Battle Fantasy 4.4: Bullet Heaven 2) is a spin-off of the Epic Battle Fantasy series. As a sequel to Bullet Heaven, it is a top-down shooter/bullet hell as well, instead of a JPRG.
The game has been released both on web (Kongregate, Newgrounds, and Armor Games) and on Steam platform. All updates and further developments may be followed on Matt Roszak's personal blog as well as on his DeviantArt, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
- Characters - The game features 8 characters. In addition to five returning characters from Bullet Heaven (Matt, Natalie, Lance, Anna, and NoLegs), it features three newcomers:
- Weapon customization - Each character has three alternative sub-weapons, enabling players to adjust their playing style. Two of the three can be bought in the shop.
- Costume customization - Each character has four alternative costumes, enabling players to change their appearance and passive game bonuses. Three of the four can be bought in the shop.
- Controller Support - The game supports console controllers.
- Multiplayer - Bullet Heaven 2 will feature 4-player local multiplayer that will make use of multiple controllers support.
- Levels - The game features 10 areas, with 5 levels and a boss in each. The Premium Pack gives an extra 20 levels, with 9 optional bosses and 11 never-ending survival levels, which speed up as the levels progress.
The game features 10 main bosses, and with the Premium Pack, additional bosses that players can fight.
- Big Bush
- Knight of Flowers
- Titanic Turtle
- Ironclad Hovercraft
- Prehistoric Protector
- Wasteland Wanderer
- Golem Gladiator
- Guardian of Frost
- Whopping Wasp
- Queen of Nightmares
- Enormous Eyeball
- Scorching Snapper
- Bombarding Behemoth
- Bionic Bee
- Wicked Weaver
- Treehouse of Horrors
- Divine Destroyer
- Eye of Judgment
The game allows to change between mouse and keyboard controls, as well as use console controllers (which may be necessary if one wants to play with friends). In single-player, when using mouse controls, all keyboard bindings may still be used, except for arrow-keys.
|Movement||Mouse Movement||Arrow-keys||Analog Stick / D-Pad|
|Focus Mode||Shift||Top L / Top R|
|Main Weapon||Left-click||Z (or Y / W)*||A||X|
|Sub Weapon||Double Left-click||X||X||Square|
|Bomb||Right-click||C / Space||Bottom L / Bottom R (or B / Circle)|
- "Y" and "W" are used as alternatives to enable convenient play on QWERTZ and AZERTY keyboards (where they take up the "Z" spot).
Bullet Heaven features a total of eight playable characters. Each one has three alternative sub-weapons to choose from, as well as four cosmetic costumes that change their appearance (useful in Co-Op mode to distinguish the players).
Initially only Matt and NoLegs, with their default sub-weapon and costume, are available. Remaining characters and equipment are to be bought in item shop: characters for 5,000 coins, sub-weapons for 3,000 coins, and costumes for 500 to 1,500 coins.
- Steam store page of Bullet Heaven 2
- Bullet Heaven 2 on Kongregate
- Bullet Heaven 2 on Newgrounds
- Bullet Heaven 2 on Armor Games
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