Sega and developer Amusement Vision return with a spirited sequel in Super Monkey Ball 2. Think Marble Madness with the twist that you control the environment instead of the marble, tilting the levels to guide the monkey ball to the finish line. The follow-up adheres to the play style and mechanics of the original offering, but adds an overwhelming supply of new single-player levels, expands the sizeable multiplayer mini-games already featured with several fantastic entries, and updates the graphic look so that environments are flashier and more animated. As a single-player
game SMB2 is more difficult and satisfyingly challenging, but its multiplayer mode makes it the perfect party game for all ages.