Battle Gear 2 is the long awaited sequel in this exciting line of battle strategy games from Belugerin Games. The main menu of the game has been redesigned, and includes 9 different modules. The two game modes are World Domination and Single Mode, and there are four different difficulty levels that you can choose; Easy, Normal, Hard, and Extreme. In Single Mode, the game is less complex, and you'll be able to choose from 24 different game stages. You can do this by deploying units of helicopters and fighter planes, which can be found at the bottom of your screen. Once you select a unit to deploy, a red bar will begin highlighting the unit symbol. When the symbol is completely red it will flash and the words Click Here. Clicking the symbol will let you aim at one of your enemy planes and take them out of the sky with a single click.
In the World Domination mode of Battle Gear 2 you'll learn everything you need to know in a convenient game tutorial. You can start the mode by choosing from one of the many alliance territories which are described based on their military power. After you've chosen an alliance, you'll be brought to the world map and briefed on the object and details of the game mode. To take over the territories, you'll have to conquer each one individually by clicking the attack button in the top right corner of the screen, and then selecting the country you'd like to attack.
After you have selected a territory that you'd like to attack, you'll be brought to a screen that is similar to the Single Mode screen, where you'll fight a battle for possession of the current territory. Just as in the Single Mode, you'll be able to deploy various kinds of units, including Air Force and Navy units. In the beginning of each battle, most of the units and attacks will be locked, but as you continue to progress through the game, you'll unlock more powerful weapons and units. Perhaps the funniest part of Battle Gear 2 is the progress you make from one territory to the next.