Get ready to enter the 2nd Dimension! Thrust into a bizarre and unfamiliar city and find your place among strange citizens. Work, Fight, Study, Eat, Drink, Gamble, Train, Sleep, Quest, Collect, Invest, Repeat.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (66 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 19, 2011
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Get ready to enter the 2nd Dimension!

Thrust into a bizarre and unfamiliar city and find your place among strange citizens. Work, Fight, Study, Eat, Drink, Gamble, Train, Sleep, Quest, Collect, Invest, Repeat. Build up your Stats and Net Worth, collect the mysterious trans-dimensional artifacts, solve the mysteries of Paper Thin City and find your way home.

The Director's Cut contains tons of new content not available in the online version

  • New Areas to explore and new Quests to complete
  • A total of 25 Careers, including Lumberjack, Professor, Escort, Personal Trainer, Light Knight and Dark Lord
  • 18 new Weapons
  • 3 new Combat Zones
  • All Cheats Unlocked
  • Online and Offline Saving
  • Expanded Romance System
  • 2 new Mini-games
  • 30 Trophies to earn
  • Full Original Soundtrack in MP3 format

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
    • Processor: Pentium M 1.6 Ghz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • OS: OS X 10.5 or newer
    • Processor: 1.8 Ghz T2400 or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
Helpful customer reviews
227 of 263 people (86%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
If you want an honest review, then here it is. Stick RPG 2 is a lot like its predecessor. In one way, it runs dry very fast. It runs dry even faster now that they've decided to include a cheat menu! No more running back to your home, just press the 1 button to teleport to it! Don't feel like waiting for your interest to increase? Hold in the T button! Of course, all of these have to be activated, which I did. But all in all, it was a fun experience. You won't get very much time out of the game, but the time you do get it pretty fun. Lots of secret things to explore and funny things to read. The price tag is something I do NOT agree with though. This game should not be 20 dollars. Or even 10! This game should be 5 dollars at MOST. Get this game if it's on sale for 75% off or more. Nothing lower.
Posted: June 16
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54 of 61 people (89%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
I recommend this game under three conditions

1. You played Stick RPG 1 and wish it was more expansive
2. You want to have the extra content
3. Don't pay full price, get it in sale.

It's an enjoyable nostalgia trip for those of us who scoured the web for game sites not yet locked by the school's firewall back in the day.
Posted: June 21
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163 of 264 people (62%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Stick RPG 2:DC would lead you to believe that this is a full version of one of the most inspiring games of the 2000's. The problem is, that when it was free it was never finished, and 10 years later, it still feels like its a free game. Here are some of the frustrating problems I have encountered.
First off, the aspect ratio is crap in the game, unless you go fullscreen. That means it is either really small, or it locks you into one screen when most people have two monitors. Not a big deal, unless you want to watch Netflix while playing, then its agrivating as hell.
In a world where quest lists and pull up maps are a given, it breaks the flow of the game when you are given a quest. How might you ask? Well because you will immediantly forget about a quest given, and items are rarely found/given, whenever a task is presented to you, it means you will have to prettymuch stop whatever you are doing, and go for that task, unless you don't care. Its not like "Hey do you have a popsicle?" and then find one a little bit later. Not the case in this game, so either you are playing with a walkthrough, or break flow and go task running.
There really seems to be no direction, if you forget the last step you where on, guess what, you have to retrace to see if you can remember where you are. And this game has a ♥♥♥♥ing time system, which means quests and quest givers are dependent on the time of the day, so a walkthrough is probably a neccesity if you don't want to run around a city hunting down during each time period for stuff.
The reward system in this game is meh, doing the right thing screws you, and doing the wrong thing still screws you. I have had to save/quit/load because even if you are working a normal job, you can lose days worth of progress in stat loss. It is frustration from a system that when it first came out was fun, but now is outdated. And here is how work in this game works: run up to the place that you have enough stats to work at. Click person a few times a day. Run to place to sleep. Repeat. FOR A PAID GAME I WANT SOME DAMN VARIETY! This is a point in click game 10 years in the making that literal thousands of dollars would have been pledged to through a kickstarter to make it right. They did nothing in the time between Stick RPG 1 & 2 it seems. Its not edgy, its not original, and its not updated.

If you have the nostaliga bug, ignore it. This is a poor remake of a game that inspired an entire generation of flash game makers. I wanted to love this game, I bought it the second I saw it was out on Steam. Stick RPG 2 can be best described as a middle finger to anyone guilible enough to purchase it. Outdated design, lack of innovation, annoying aspect ratio, no direction, and archiach structuring is why I couldn't recommend this game under any circumstances.

Edit* 2014/07/07: Save games apparently are a huge issue in this game as well. Ive lost mine, then they came back, then didn't, and they go through this process where you may or may not have to sign up with Xgen's website. Didn't mention it before, but thought it might as well be called out as well. They do seem to come back, but its when the game seems to want to.
Posted: June 17
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49 of 85 people (58%) found this review helpful
3.1 hrs on record
It's kind of boring after awhile.
There isn't a real reason for you to replay it.
Posted: June 17
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
I played the free version a fair bit, and found it kind of fun. So I thought "Hey, the full version should have loads more content, right?"

Boy, was I wrong. Don't buy this game.

The "Fullscreen" option is letterboxed 4:3, and is just it's original tiny resolution stretched out. It looks so bad it's unplayable, you have to play it in the orignal resolution. All the additional content is right at the end of the game by which point it's just repetitious, and most importantly: It just feels like a flash game. The lack of improvement over the free online version means that paying any price for this game is a rip-off.

Until we get some serious updates to this game, it is worthless.
Posted: July 4
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