Have you ever had one of those days where you want to tear the heads off of a stuffed animal? No? Well, have you ever been so stressed that you took your anger out on an inanimate object? Of course you have. We all have. Save yourself the trouble of a messy cleanup with the new game Mutilate a Doll 2.


Title: Mutilate a Doll 2
Developer: Dashrava
Mode: Single Player
Genre: Sandbox, Ragdoll
Platforms: Browser

You can throw all of those stress balls away now. Mutilate a Doll 2 will help you relieve stress without destroying any physical objects. You're given a virtual ragdoll to dispose of as you please with various methods given to you.

It's not so much a game as it is a healthier way to take out one's aggression and frustration without mutilating an actual human being. Mutilate a Doll 2 is basically an expansion back to the first game. Players are given a wide array of tools, weapons and powers to mutilate their dolls with. Customization features allow you to dress your ragdoll up in different outfits; if you feel like dressing your doll up as a Viking and then burning him on a funeral pyre made from a fridge and a blowtorch, you can do that. Mutilate a Doll 2 is as fun as your imagination.

It's not just a matter of mutilating your doll with weaponry. Getting creative and flinging your doll through an environment that more closely resembles a booby trap than a fun walk in the park is what this game is all about. You can use scientific principles to create a vortex that whips your doll around at incredible speeds, or you can send them through an obstacle course of nails and tacks while throwing ninja stars at them. It's all up to you.

This game sure does beat using a stress ball. You could play this thing for hours and still be coming up with new ways to mutilate your poor doll. The number of different items is pretty great; there's anything from salt and pepper shakers to toilets to laser guns. Oh, and there's a bazooka. Everyone loves a bazooka. In the end, Mutilate a Doll 2 is not a game that's meant to be overly challenging or even have a plot. It's simply a way of de-stressing and blowing off some steam.