Candy Box 2, the ASCII art-based sequel to the click-for-candy RPG is now available to freely play. Set up like other simple all-you-do-is-click games like Cookie Clicker and Clicking Bad, Candy Box 2 has players collecting pieces of candy in their browsers, trading candies in for items and equipment to aid them in quests.

The game's blog describes changes to the formula introduced in the first game, noting that there are more items as well as hidden goods and fun Easter eggs; not every piece of equipment can be found in the text-based missions. French developer aniwey introduced an offline save system for Candy Box 2 so players can transfer their addiction progress to other computers.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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