Dynamic Systems 23716 Plays
Dynamic Systems 2 Instructions
Dynamic Systems 2 is controlled by using the mouse. Click on icons on the left side of the screen to place them on the stage. Move objects by clicking and dragging them, or rotate objects by clicking and dragging on the arrow icons. You may also move selected objects by using the WASD keys or arrow keys.
Dynamic Systems 2
Dynamic Systems 2 Walkthrough
Dynamic Systems 2 is the sequel to the Rube Goldberg Machine-inspired puzzle game, Dynamic Systems. Dynamic Systems 2 shares a similar style of gameplay with its predecessor, but features superior graphics, a more upbeat soundtrack, new objects, and a fast-forward button to speed up the action!
The objective of Dynamic Systems 2 is the same as its predecessor, get the ball into the basket by placing objects on the stage. In addition to this primary goal, there is the secondary goal of collecting stars by causing objects to contact them. This puzzle game features thirty new levels to complete and new items to place. The initial levels are easier than those in the first Dynamic Systems, but things will become more challenging as you progress. Your progress is automatically saved upon the completion of each level, so you can continue from where you left off should you decide to quit and come back later.
Dynamic Systems 2 uses a control scheme similar to that if its predecessor. Click on objects in the editor on the left side of the screen to place them on the stage. Click and drag on objects to move them, and click and drag on the rotational arrows to rotate the object. For some reason, this brain game does not have a button to remove objects like its predecessor, so if you place an object in error, you will have to go to the menu and reselect the level that you were on or simply drag the object out of the way. Click the play button (or press the spacebar) when you are ready to put things in motion.
Like the first Dynamic Systems, Dynamic Systems 2 is an exercise in the cognitive skill of problem-solving. Although the puzzles tend to be easier in this brain game, there are a greater variety of objects that you must use along with the secondary goal of collecting stars. The heuristic of trial-and-error may also come into play should you choose to put the stage in motion before placing objects. Doing this will allow you to fine-tune the positioning and orientation of objects.
Dynamic Systems 2 is a puzzle game that is more accessible than its predecessor, but still provides a challenge. If you found the first Dynamic Systems to be too difficult or if you enjoyed the forerunner to this brain game and would like to try thirty new puzzles, then give Dynamic Systems 2 a play!