Changes from the first game include prettier levels and a unicorn customization feature, where players can unlock modifications by collecting tears. The game is free-to-play with tear packs available for real money.
Likely the most controversial change is that Erasure's "Always" is not the game's default track. Adult Swim Games Senior Producer Chris Johnston tells us the reason is music licensing, noting, "Which is partly why the original RUA never went free." The game now features original music by Module.