Tonka Contruction 2 is a game aimed at children released in 1999 by Hasbro INteractive. The action of the game takes place in Tonkaland, in exactly four locations: in the mountains, in the city, in the desert and in the quarry.
For each area, the player will be introduced to the quest by the character associated with that area. The character chats briefly and explains the six steps of the job. Then the player clicks on the mobile phone to order the construction vehicles he needs. Once the work is complete, the mayor appears and announces construction is open, and the player receives a reward in the game's scrapbook.
In the quarry, the player has two tasks to complete: find the buried treasure in the walls of the quarry and make gravel. Treasure can be found by picking up a bulldozer and ramming it into the quarry walls multiple times until the falling rock reveals something, or they can use dynamite. The gravel is produced by using a loader to pick up the stones and place them in the crusher.
In the city, the player is tasked to construct a building by first selecting an excavator and then clicking on a piece of land until all segments are dug up. They then call in the cement truck and with one click the cement is placed. They then place steel frames on the lot to create the building frame, to which they add walls and a roof.
In the mountains, the player has two tasks to complete. Build a ski resort by placing some buildings in the snow and then decorating the ski runs.
The desert is the most quest. Here, the player has to build a road by first clearing a section of land with a bulldozer, then use a grader to smooth the road, an asphalt truck to lay the asphalt, a roller to flatten it, and finally mark a lane.
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