Parents' Guide to

Dude Perfect 2

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

YouTube-inspired basketball game falls flat.

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age 2+

Based on 1 parent review

age 2+

My only problem is I cant get the full screen of the game I've taking my phone to store they said it was the app. I watch videos of play it shows all of the game screen but mine doesn't so makes the play very hard

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Those who are excited by the sports-related theme or promise of strategy-based tricks might be disappointed. Those elements exist, but chance and cash are just as important to play. The difficulty ramps up quickly, and the game's aiming controls are imprecise at best, which can make an attempt at problem solving an exercise in frustration. Having to go back and play previous levels to earn more in-game currency also slows down the fun. Though it's tied to a YouTube channel, there's really nothing here that distinguishes the app from the wide array of trick-shot games already available in app stores. Some kids likely will find it fun for a short time, but either the controls or cash grabs will ultimately leave them feeling deflated. 

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