Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder is a 2015 role-playing video game developed by Shiro Games, a French video game development company based in Bordeaux. Like its predecessor, the 2013 game Evoland, Evoland 2 is a role-playing game that draws influence from a number of different video games, frequently implementing other genres and gameplay styles during its story campaign.
Evoland 2 was first released for Microsoft Windows in August 2015. The two games were packaged together as Evoland: Legendary Edition and released for home consoles and Linux in February 2019.
Evoland 2 is the sequel and spiritual successor to the original Evoland, with its graphics style similarly changing as the player travels through time and its varied gameplay styles being revealed as the player moves along the storyline. The scenario is based on time travel and different gameplay styles that are linked to the story and the player's actions. These gameplay styles pay homage to older games that inspired the developers. The game also features a stronger emphasis on narrative than the first.
The player controls Kuro, an amnesiac boy who is found by a girl named Fina. The two travel together and meet different characters, including the demon prince Menos and researcher Velvet, with the ultimate goal of preventing the world's destruction and the end of time itself. Using relics known as Magiliths, Kuro and his party can travel between four different time periods, including the present day, a past war, a dystopian future, and the era of an ancient civilization. Each historical setting is rendered in its own graphical art style, including Game Boy graphics, 8-bit graphics, 16-bit graphics and 3D graphics. By jumping through time, players can change events in the past to alter history and affect the world in the future.
Screenshots from the game Evoland 2
System requirements Evoland 2 for Mac Os:
- OS: 10.6 Leopard
- Processor: 1 GHz CPU
- RAM: 2 GB RAM
- Video Card: 1024x768
- Disk space: ~ 850 Mb