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Brought to the web by the prolific Dissolute Productions, Chaos Faction 2 offers a slightly bland but full-featured feast of the party brawler genre. While it lacks the licensing advantages of popular console brawlers like Smash Brothers or PlayStation All-Stars, it offers a lovingly crafted, budget Flash rendition of the same experience. Controls are just as simple as one would expect: arrow keys for movement and two attack buttons govern the bulk of Chaos Faction 2 gameplay.
The most prominent feature of the game is that it doesn't skimp on modes. While there's nothing particularly creative about its Deathmatch, Campaign or Survival modes, each mode offers a very different goal-oriented experience. Campaign has the most depth, by allowing you to take on characters in one-on-one arenas that gradually develop your access to new powerups and cast members. However, the difficulty ramping can be a little uneven, with the AI having a moderately unfair advantage in responding to new weapon spawns instantaneously and avoiding the inaccuracy shortcomings unblocked Chaos Faction 2 of real players.
Over a dozen stages, almost thirty weapons, and even a simplistic 'create a character' menu give the game breadth, if not necessarily depth, of gameplay. But its lack of a brawler's defining feature - multiplayer with your friends - makes its long term prospects somewhat shaky. Whereas well-funded console brawlers do their best to distract from the simplicity of their flailing combat systems with licensing major brands and putting friends head to head, this brawler can only hope that you'll enjoy the base, solo gameplay enough to keep on grinding. And there is quite a bit of grinding to do, with most of your options locked off in one mode or another.
In lieu of the crossover spectacle of Smash Brothers, Chaos Faction 2 unblocked version offers a mishmash of poorly thought out themes ranging from generic ninjas to generic robots. There's nothing wrong with it, but its cast lacks either unique personalities or overarching themes to tie the game together with a neat little bow.
However, brawler fans looking for new faces to punch out will definitely want to give this one a try at https://www.iunblocking.com/chaos-faction-2.html