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Asian Riddles 2

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$ 9.99 USD

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The charming world of Asia is awaiting its hero, and it is time to prove again that you are truly a master of riddles! More than 10 hours of gameplay and 144 unique riddles await you in Asian Riddles 2! Let the unique painting style, relaxing melodies and 12 different meditation halls take you away to an exotic land as you solve the riddles of the great Asian wise men once again!

  • 144 unique levels
  • 10 hours of gameplay get you away from the hustle and bustle!
  • 12 meditation halls
  • Relaxing melodies
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 30 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Asian Riddles 2 4 5 7 7
Time To Relax Mind And Soul I love the contrast colors, shades of grey's with a touch of red. I'm always amazed at the simplicity of these types of games, fill in a few boxes on a grid and ta-duh, a picture appears! The Asian themed background music will soothe and relax you, hopefully all the way through to the 12th "room". Each room has several levels with the goal being to earn 3 coins for each game which can be used to purchase extra hints etc. I really like the variety of grid shapes right from the beginning so you don't have to do a 10x10 grid over and over. The tutorial will take you step by step so if you haven't played this type of pic cross (griddler, mosaic or whatever name you go by) it is very easy, and addicting so kick back and enjoy some relaxing music and have some fun! January 7, 2014
Nice sequel! I like this game for unusual color scheme. This is second part with new packs of riddles to solve. January 6, 2014
Another (Good) Cookie Cutter BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS This is the second in a new series of nonogram games (sometimes called pictographs, and the same type of puzzle as the Mosaics series). Like the first Asian Riddles, this game is sweet, delicate and peaceful. SIGHTS & SOUNDS Really, the only difference between this series and any other nonogram series is the atmosphere. Done in beautifully detailed graphics, with wallpapered borders instead of ugly black bars, the game is just a joy to look at. Likewise, the music is serene, Asian in tone, and ethereal. This is a very peaceful game. The one jarring note is that the games are timed and time constitutes the top score system. (For which I have docked it one star) GAMEPLAY The gameplay is standard for this type of game and almost identical to the first. The ?contest? gives you a limited number of hints and allowable mistakes, and you play for coins, which you can use in the ?shop? to buy hints, or add allowable mistakes, or gain access to the next level. Each new level increases in difficulty, but the hints and mistakes allowance also improve. To mark a tile as empty, it is possible to either change it on the interface at the right hand side, or right click. I like the tiles the game uses, as they look like tiles, and the sound effect putting them down is appropriate. To begin with, the game is incredibly easy it seems, but the limited number of allowable mistakes and hints available makes it a bit of a surprise. It doesn?t take long, anyhow, to move from 5x5 grids, to 10x10 grids, with none of the dead-easy 10x10 grids that are normally used to ease your way into trickier grids. There are 12 rooms containing 12 levels in each. Your performance is rated using a three-star system, and you must get all 36 possible stars to move to the next room ? unless you buy your way in. You can repeat any level as many times as you like to get the full rating. The one major difference with this game from the first is that it does not seem to have trophies, so far as I could tell. VERDICT I am not good enough at these type of puzzles to be able to compare the degree of difficulty at higher levels, but at the lower levels, they do seem to be more difficult than other games like this. If you like these sorts of games, and especially if you could use a challenging one, I think you?ll love this one. But don?t be put off by the challenge. It is a flexible game, and you can learn as you go. As with most of this developer?s games, it is definitely zen. January 7, 2014
Good value for money IMO this is better and more difficult than the first Asian Riddles. The style is simple but as the puzzles got harder I thought actually it was a good thing. Like a previous reviewer I was a little annoyed that I had to resort to guesswork a couple of times, but so far that was only two of the puzzles. I think this game is really good value for money. I bought it about the time it came out and I still have way to go. It's hard to remember how you solved a puzzle the first time so you can play the same puzzles many times over. Although World Mosaics are more colorful and more "fun", I liked this one a lot. There's a new one out, Mystery Riddles, that also seemed very good, but I don't think that one's out on Big Fish yet. January 25, 2014
Good game I love this kind of game. I bought Gemsweeper, World Mosaics (several of them) and Royal Riddles (bought all the rooms). But, as Royal Riddles, this one is only in one color. I think it is quite boring. This is the only reason I gave 4 stars. This is a very very special kind of puzzle game and you can keep playing for ever and ever... but in one color... I really dont like. January 6, 2014
Too much guessing I've had it. Too many of the puzzles end up with having a few spots that cannot be determined by logic. You JUST HAVE TO GUESS. I can put up with the few allowable mistakes, with the same boring background, with not being able to fully appreciate the completed picture. BUT IN A LOGIC GAME NO GUESSING SHOULD BE INVOLVED. I am not enjoying myself. I am going to removed it from y computer RIGHT NOW. January 15, 2014
Black and white? I am a big fan of games like this. I bought the first one and almost all others BF has ever offered in the past 4 years. And... it sounds so silly but I do not like the black and white color scheme. I probably won't buy the game because of the lack of color. Silly huh? January 17, 2014
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