Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

DOS game, 1992

EA Seattle
Capstone Software
Platform, Side-view
Crime, Movie
DOS (1992), Genesis (1993)

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Like the first game, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York follows the plot from the movie. Kevin McCallister is this time lost in New York and once again he met his old "friends" - the thieves, who he helped to arrest the first part. He has to run away from them and again carefully plan the traps. The game is divided into four levels. At every level you run from Harry and Marv and along the way you are trying to lure them into traps. You can also use the weapons that Kevin wears (such as punchguns). The end of the level is followed by a brief cutscene from the movie. The second Home Alone game does not bring many innovations compared to the first game. You control little Kevin again and you have to eliminate thieves by setting all kinds of traps. You first start in a hotel room, but with the second level finally comes some innovation, as it takes place in the open Central Park. With the third round, we move back to the house, your uncle's house to be exact, and the last, fourth level, takes place right on the streets of New York.

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