Lego Island 2 is an action-adventure game developed by Silicon Dreams Studio and first published by Lego Software in 2001. It is the second installment in the popular Lego Island series.
In the game, a pizza employee somehow accidentally made a mistake that led to a successful escape from prisoner Brickster. The developer has absolutely not given any compelling reason why players feel strange and uncomfortable when playing. Pepper Roni is a pizza delivery guy on Lego Island. During the delivery of the cake to the prison of the criminals, Brickster. When the delivery arrived, he was told that he indirectly caused Brickster’s escape when the inmate used chili synthesized from previous pizzas to generate heat, making melting the prison bars. Brickster then stole the police car and many weapons. There are also passports to unravel the structures of all buildings. Pepper will have to go back and forth from the building to rebuild Lego.
Unlike many other Game Body Advance games, this game has many questions and minigames to experience. This is also considered an innovation in the concept of a GBA game. You will have to drive on a given map for a given amount of time, and it will lead you to your destination. In certain situations, the pizza guy will also have to turn himself into an athlete to chase goals when needed. When it comes to chasing, as mentioned earlier, there are plenty of minigames to enjoy. This is considered a change of stereotype in most other GBA products. You will be able to drive to the requested location in advance, with limited time and minimap. The key is to find a shortcut, and of course, it has to lead to the exact destination. In another situation, a Pizza guy accidentally becomes an athlete when running long distances to chase goals. Meanwhile, you can also be interrupted by mid-way questions and have to be successful in solving them. Overall, the game is in the adventure genre because each scene will take place in a different location. So if you have the chance to experience the full game, it will be quite interesting.