Role-playing games (or RPGs for short) are extremely popular, in fact, some of the most popular video games are RPGs. You get to take on a character that you create and live in their world and make your own choices that affect the game. One popular, but somewhat unknown, RPG is Stick RPG and Stick RPG 2. Check out this article to see how to play Stick RPG 2 totally unblocked.
Role Playing Games
Like I said above, RPGs are role playing games where you can play as yourself or as anyone, really. These types of games are pretty popular because they are unique in the fact that you can create your game and the world you live in. Let’s look at some of the most popular RPGs that are on consoles as well as PC:
- Skyrim and Elder Scrolls: Some people don’t think that Skyrim is an RPG, and there is a pretty fiery debate about it. I personally think it is; you get to explore and influence the world, you can pick your own “perks” (specialties for your character), it has great character development, you can do a bunch of different quests and side missions, and you can have a dragon.
- The Witcher series: The Witcher is an extremely popular RPG where you play as a witch hunter, Geralt. In the games you kill monsters, fight off bad guys, and have quite a bit of sex. What’s not to love about killing and sex?
- Fallout series: I am biased about this series because Fallout 4 is my favorite video game (yes I know, it is an unpopular thing, so sue me), but the series is a great example of an RPG. Fallout 4, in particular, let’s you really choose who you are and allows you to make alliances with multiple groups and settlements around the Commonwealth in Boston. Instead of the traditional swords and magic found in RPGs, Fallout uses guns and a little more modern melee weapons.
- Mass Effect series: This series is a space RPG that is pretty fun. This series is a little older but definitely worth a try. In this series, you really do control your own path and make pretty important choices and decisions that affect the entire game. Mass Effect also features quite a few sex scenes, so it isn’t for younger gamers.
- World of Warcraft (abbreviated WoW): This is an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) that is extremely popular among RPG gamers. You can play against other players, called PvP or against the environment, called PvE. WoW has had multiple add on’s, and still has around 5 million users (at its pinnacle it had 12 million players globally), so there are still plenty of players and people online still.
There are obviously many other popular RPGs, like the Final Fantasy series, Dark Souls series, Diablo, as well as many others. The majority of RPGs focus on magic and fantasy themes, but obviously there are many popular RPGs don’t have that (like the Mass Effect and Fallout series). A lot of RPGs have romance and sex aspects, like the multiple sex scenes in The Witcher series. Here are some other popular RPG elements:
- Leveling up and choosing perks
- Having an inventory and choosing what is in that inventory
- Looting (be it bodies, chests, plants, etc.)
- Customizing your character and their looks
- Upgrading your weapons and skills
- Some RPGs have karma systems where your “goodness” or evil level is measured
- Quests and side quests
- Map exploration and finding map secrets
- Some RPGs are Japanese, and can have an anime appearance
Most RPGs are very long and can last hundreds of hours, if not more. The Witcher 3 ranges from 25 to 250 hours of game play (I have no idea who the hell finished The Witcher 3 in 25 hours), whereas Fallout 4 was estimated to have 400 hours of game play (which it definitely doesn’t have). In my own experience, RPGs really draw you in as a gamer and you really do assume the role you are playing. In Fallout 3 I had a hard time setting off a nuclear town in a town because it was such a bad thing to do (yet it was really satisfying watching Megaton blow up and getting a sweet apartment out of the deal).
Stick RPG 1 and 2
The original Stick RPG was released in 2003 and the end goal is to become a supreme dictator, become rich, and rule over everyone. Your character falls asleep and wakes up in a 2D world where you have to figure your way around. You set your intelligence, charisma, strength, and whatnot and then set out to become wealthy. With that money comes power, just like in real life. You can play Stick RPG here (this is not an unblocked version).
Stick RPG 2 was released in 2011 and was really just an expanded Stick RPG. It takes p[lace about 7 years after the events of the first game. You earn money, meet mates, and solve mysteries and try to take over a rule, just like its predecessor. You choose your perks, just like you do in the previous game and set out to earn as much money as possible.
In both of these games you can gamble, steal, get a job, go to school, and all that jazz. You can unlock all pieces of furniture, customize your home, customize weapons, and you can drive vehicles around. You have multiple job choices, so you can even choose your own career in the game (I wish there was a Jedi option where you can become Darth Vader).
Stick RPG 2: Director’s Cut
You can get Stick RPG: 2 Director’s Cut on Steam for $19.99 (found here).
While you can play Stick RPG 2 for free, you do have the option to pay $19.99 to get new content and to get a little extra. Here are the new content:
- New map locations
- New careers
- Almost 20 new weapons
- New combat zones and areas
- A cheat menu
- More romance options
- New mini games
- New trophies
- You also get the soundtrack in MP3 files
Again, you can play the game for free, but you can spend $20 a get all the new content. The cheat menu does kind of defeat the purpose of the game because you can literally spawn in money and that makes the rest of the game kind of moot. On the other hand I would not spend $20 on a free game, so it is just my opinion. If the new content is worth it for you, then go for it and I hope you enjoy it.
Stick RPG 2: Director’s Cut is available on both Windows and Mac. Here are the requirements for both:
- For Windows:
- You need to have at least Windows XP, Vista, 7, or Windows 8
- You will need a processor that is at least a Pentium M 1.6 Ghz
- You will need at least 1 GB of RAM
- You need at least 100 MB of space available
- For Mac:
- You will need to have Mac OS X 10.5 or above
- You will need a processor of 1.8 Ghz T2400
- You will need at least 1 GB of RAM
- You will need 100 MB of space available
These requirements are actually pretty low, so just about any computer can run this game pretty easily. Obviously the game does not require a high-end graphics card, so even the most basic computer can run Stick RPG 2.
You can play Stick RPG 2 for free from this site here (this is not an unblocked website).
What Does Unblocked Mean?
So just what does it mean to have an unblocked game?
Schools, work places, and some other places like hospitals block certain websites that they have deemed “not necessary” to access while you are there. The sites can be gaming sites, social media sites, Netflix, and other websites that are similar to those. Most people have had to deal with the frustration of not being able to access YouTube while doing some sort of project for school or work, so finding a workaround is pretty important.
Luckily there are many workarounds for most of these websites, in particular unblocked gaming websites have been created so you can play games while at work or school.
Stick RPG 2 Unblocked
Like I said above, there are actually quite a few sites that allow you to play Stick RPG 2 totally unblocked. Here are some of the sites you can check out:
- Unblocked Games 66 At School (found here)
- Unblocked Games Beast (found here)
- Unblocked Games (found here)
- Unblocked Games Room (found here)
- Miniclip (found here)
- The F-Unblocked Games (found here)
These are just a couple of the many websites that allow you to play Stick RPG 2 Unblocked. If, for some reason, those sites don’t work (even though they should) you can also find sites very easily. All you will need to do is Google “Stick RPG 2 unblocked” and look through all the search results that pop up. The majority of these sites should be pretty safe to use, but make sure that your virus protection is turned on on your computer just in case some of the sites aren’t as “friendly” as they should be.