Unlock The King 2

The continuation of the successful Unlock The King, now in a tridimensional board. A originally designed puzzle game inspired by Chess. Move the pieces and create a path to Unlock the King. Imagine it’s Black Friday again, and you’ve decided that you weren’t covered in enough bootprints the first time around. When the clock strikes midnight and myriads of strangers produce an assortment of cutting utensils—some legal and some not so legal—you realize you goofed for the second year in a row, and it’s past time to abort. You shove strangers in oddly specific directions, dodge descending blades, leap over toppled grandmas, and shimmy through paths so narrow they would make a spelunker fill their adult diaper. If that weren’t bad enough, someone also turned on a gravity manipulator while firing off a portal gun. You now understand the gameplay concept of Unlock the King 2.

This second installment barely passes, and it does only due to the low price. It’s commendable that the creators tried something different with the 3D boards, but they didn’t seem to have any ideas what to do with them, so most of them feature a boatload of figures to wear down the player, silly traps for the berserk autopilot kings, and a broken undo function. What they lack is the necessity to think your way through the levels – this makes the last 10-15 levels quite miserable. You may want to pick it up if you liked the first game, but that one was superior – I spent about half as much time with UTK1, but it was still much better value for money. You’ve been warned.

Interesting puzzle game, no need to be a chess expert, just be familiar with the basic chess pieces moves. Enjoyed the futuristic neon 3D style, and nice animation when you solve the level. Together with the soundtrack, creates a very relaxing experience The very first issue I encountered with this game is a menu bug in the very first level. I play in window, but when I launched the game and went into the menu to switch to the window mode, clicking on any button did nothing, the only thing working was the mouse scroll, and it moved the field sideways. After I played several levels, the menu started to work properly and I understood that what mouse scroll did was switching between the not-yet-opened levels. Seriously, how you managed to get a BUG in a game which UI is so simple and minimalistic.



  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/
  • Processor: 2 Ghz Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics card supporting DirectX 9.0c
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Any

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    HOW TO INSTALL GAME Unlock The King 2

    Extract file

    First, you will need the Daemon Tool and WinRAR (or similar software) before you start installing the game.

    Remember to turn off the Firewall, Antivirus before extracting and installing, because they will block or delete cracked files during extracting/installation.

    Run file setup

    After extracting .rar files (compressed file) above, there are 3 cases:

    .ISO Files (or disk format file):

    Right-click the .iso file -> DAEMON Tools -> Mount to -> select the drive you want to mount. Click the Drive you just mounted, double-click the .exe file and go through the installation step by step.

    Installation/Setup Files:

    The name of the setup file might be different for your case, but you just need to consider the .exe file. Double click it and follow the step-by-step instructions while installing.

    No .iso files as well as setup files:

    This case is easy, you don't need to do anything, just play the game right now. Click on the .exe file to play the game!


    After you finish installing game Unlock The King 2, enjoy a good time playing the game. Wish you a good day!