Really, there is little actually wrong with Bloo Kid 2. The mechanics are competent, the level designs are fun, the chiptunes are nice, the visuals are solid, and there is an impressive amount of conent for the price. Aside from the lack of a run button, and very occasional surprise deaths thanks to the small screen, it’s hard to fault the game. On all accounts, this is more than worth four dollars. The big problem is, you have probably experienced much that it offers already.