What's at the bottom of a bottomless pit? No one knows, which is why the nameless player character is rolling and jumping over strategically placed obstacles. Apparently, this is what happens if you try to see what's at the center of the earth. Person 333's simple and polished arcade platformer has us constantly on the move to avoid getting squashed by the top of the screen. For every 100 meters you fall, you unlock one of twenty character skins. Falling 1000 meters unlocks race mode, in which you can race the computer or a friend in a short, offline multiplayer race.
Simplicity is Plumet 2's biggest weakness and its greatest asset. It's easy enough for anyone to pick up and play, but many people will want a game with some more depth. There are no upgrades, weapons, or powerups, but that's OK. It would have been fun to see varying level design or something else to add replayability, but for a quick, addictive time-waster over your coffee break, it doesn't get much better than this.