You have journeyed far and wide through various hazards and past dangerous guards for some time. You have now almost reached the exit of the forsaken Coal Plant. This game is the sequel to the award-winning game called Coal Plant New Year Edition.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
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Description: You have journeyed far and wide through various hazards and past dangerous guards for some time. You have now almost reached the exit of the forsaken Coal Plant. This game is the sequel to the award-winning free game called Coal Plant New Year Edition.
Among other improvements over the original game this game now boasts various graphical and aesthetic tweaks as well as additional levels to provide a continuation to your adventure.
With various improvements to the physics engine over the original game this sequel boasts better physics than ever before such as more realistic friction and momentum simulation. This makes the game more challenging and responsive to the player's actions.
You can also play various user-made levels as well as make your own very quickly and easily with the game's built-in editor which was actually used by the developer to make the game's official levels.
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