Over half a decade after Cold Beam Games brought Beat Hazard to mobile, the sequel Beat Hazard 2 ($4.99) arrives on both iOS and Android as a premium release. If you’ve never played Beat Hazard, it is a top-down shooter that uses songs on your device to create unique levels. Check out our original review of Beat Hazard from 2012 here. Beat Hazard 2 launched on PC via Steam before arriving on Android through Google Play Early Access. Today, it exits early access on Android and is now also available on iOS. Watch the trailer for it below:
Beat Hazard 2 can also generate a custom player ship based on different music. The music data in Beat Hazard 2 is also used to create boss ships. Beat Hazard 2 on iOS and Android supports touch controls and bluetooth controllers. It supports MP3, WMA, FLAC, OGG, m4a, and WAV file formats for music. Streaming music on Spotify isn’t supported on the mobile version of Beat Hazard 2 if that matters to you. Check out Beat Hazard 2 on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. Here’s our forum thread of Beat Hazard 2 for more discussion around the new release. Did you try the Google Play Early Access releasse?