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Prehistorik 2

Available Platform: DOS

Prehistorik 2 is the sequel to the platform game Prehistorik and was developed and published by Titus Interactive.


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OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated19 April 2024

Game Review

Prehistorik 2 is the sequel to the platform game Prehistorik and was developed and published by Titus Interactive. It was released for DOS and Amstrad CPC in 1993.

In this humorous platform game, you control a caveman as he hops and whacks his way through the levels. The controls are relatively simple and only utilize the arrow keys and the space bar.

This new chapter has the same storyline as the first Prehistorik, where you play as a platforming caveman in the search for food. One element that did not carry over into the sequel is the need to maintain a minimum food level. Using his club, the caveman bops enemies on the head and takes the spoils they leave behind. Enemies drop food and other random bonus items upon death. You can also find items by using your club for things other than enemy bopping. The game has hidden areas, secret levels, and multiple exits to each level. Every few levels you engage in a boss fight and are given a password to skip that level on a replay.

This game is a simple, straightforward arcade style platform game. Quirky little details give this game that certain something. It’s bright graphics, silly plot, and ease of use make this game ideal for any gamer.

Review by: Tasha
Published: 28 February 2017 2:02 am

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Latest Comments

  • FlyingBustard - 2019-01-08 - Reply

    The way they programmed the scrolling screen is bad. Rather than a continuous scroll as you go right, it waits for you to get to the edge of the screen and then it scrolls a load of the screen to the left in one go, creating a jerky, horrible game, but then it's Titus, so no surprises there.

  • Manu - 2018-08-22 - Reply

    Thanks Chris!

  • Chris Korff - 2018-08-19 - Reply

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