Hexen 2 is available for AmigaOS4.1 and AROS. The worlds featured in Hexen 2 are large and complex. Puzzles are generally straightforward and involve locked doors or simple ‘find item x and use it here’ contrivances that require thorough exploration. And some of the levels in Hexen 2 become capricious to the point of forcing the player to explore every obscure room and hidden passageway to advance. Written clues from books and scrolls can be helpful in giving some sense of direction, but they’re few and far in between. The idea is that you’ll get stuck lots if you simply carve your way through the levels, axe first and eyes second. Hexen 2 for AmigaOS 4.1 and AmigaOne computers is still an enjoyable action-packed fantasy shooter. Combat is generally fun and the levels, with all their blocky simplicity and lack of proper proportions, have an atypical atmosphere to them reminiscent of retro dungeon crawlers. Dark tombs, sacrificial altars and monstrous Were-Jaguars await should you enter its realm.