Hammer 2 - Reloaded is the sequel to The Hammer which was first released on August 21, 2015.
The player is supposed to complete many different missions, for example destroying black vans, jets, buildings or army trucks. No matter if it is good for the city or if it damages the city more.
While doing the missions there are also some black dressed enemy guys which are always shooting at the player. They want the player not to eliminate their army. And the player also has a health bar, once it goes down (for example after being shot too many times) it turns into a game over and the player has to restart the current mission.
In order to kill the bad guys, the player can use their weapons. At the beginning, the player has always only a pistol and grenades. With those weapons, the player can kill these bad guys. Some of these bad guys often drop stuff, such as weapons, cash, and more. The cash can be used to buy stuff in the Shop.
Once the player collected a certain amount of cash, they can buy with that cash whatever they want in the Shop, such as a Jetpack, Unlimited Weapon Ammo, Vehicle Generator, and more. The shop is accessible in the menu.
The player can also steer vehicles, such as helicopters, tanks, cars and more. There is a tank called Mammoth Tank, and it is the biggest vehicle in the game.
There are even collectibles such as Hidden Packages and boxes which feature bonuses and more.
On June 29, 2019, Xform released the Hammer 2 - Reloaded standalone for $2.99.
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- It is available along with Operation Desert Road as full game kit example project on the Unity Asset Store.
- The player can play the game on an Android device, but the game itself is not in the Google Play Store.
- It is a sequel to one of Xform's first games, which is named The Hammer.
- It is similar to Burnin' Rubber Crash n' Burn in terms of missions.
- It is possibly the last sequel in the Hammer series, but there is no proof for that.
- This game was removed in Google Play Store. The reason was an advertisement 'conflict'. It says that an advertisement on the game used to violate the policy, which advertisement it was is unknown.