Chris Buffa (Modojo): Many iOS and Android developers avoid putting the number "2" at the end of their games, perhaps to avoid the grand expectations that come from fans hungry for sequels. Instead of the Cut the Rope 2, there's Cut the Rope Experiments. Similarly, Angry Birds 2 is nowhere to be found, with Seasons/Rio/Space/Star Wars in its place. And in the case of Anomaly Warzone Earth 2, we have Anomaly Korea, a follow-up to 11 Bit Studio's outstanding strategy effort that feels more like an expansion. Semantics aside, and despite covering familiar territory, this title delivers the delightful head-scratching play that made its predecessor a critically acclaimed smash hit.