Hello Venice 2: New York Adventure
I liked it
I will agree with another reviewer that this does seem alot like 4 elements, but this game is still a fun one. I like the rebuilding of the garden. I love games to where you build some thing or restore something as you progress through the game. Although this is not my favorite of this type of game it is still one that I would get. I may not but it but will use a credit to get it.
March 5, 2014
Beautiful, colorful, light and easy game. Bright and offers you the opportunity to restore gardens. Beautiful gardens.
I recommend it.
March 23, 2014
Fun, cute little game.
This is a buy for me!
It's a match 3 similar to the 4 Elements games, which I loved. Same game play with very smooth graphics and attractive artwork.
I like making sure I get all the plants on the sides watered, it adds a little bit of challenge.
The fact that it tracks the high scores gives the game a good re-play value that I missed in 4 Elements 2.
No real instructions so you kind of have to figure things out as you go and click on the tools to see what they do as they appear. I'm playing in the relaxed mode - so I can take all the time I want.
It's a fun, relaxing, pretty little game. Try it!
July 1, 2014
Hello Venice 2: New York
game lags to much. takes an hr to do one level. There was only one time when the game played as it should...I enjoyed it then but next time was as bad as or worse. Would be nice if there was a patch for it so the game could be played as it was meant to be played. If I would have known how it lagged I would not have wasted the money for it.
March 14, 2014
Like other reviewers have said, this game is a knock-off of The 4 Elements series, which are much better games. It's not that this game is not at all fun to play: it is, but the thing I hate most is that you have exactly three seconds before the game starts telling you what match-3 to destroy next. I find this extremely annoying. It gives you no time to study the board and decide on your next move without an annoying distraction. Also, the relaxing mini-games are nothing more than assembling the pipes as was in the first Hello Venice game. Overall, I regret buying the game and would rather play The 4 Elements over again.
May 13, 2014
Don't love it, but I like it well enough.
I never played the first Hello Venice, but I have played and own 4 Elements II, so I am familiar with this style of match three.
I love the latter game so I snagged this game since I had a chance to catch it at a lower price.
I would say it is like a combination of 4 Elements II and Gardenscapes. You help the water flow to its destination by matching 3 or more similar shapes also earning you money. With this money you rebuild some gardens.
Visually it is pleasing to the eyes.
The sound quality is good.
The story-line is lukewarm and I pretty much skip what I can just to get to the game-play.
I probably won't play this as much as 4 Elements II but it isn't horrible and is fine for killing time in a relaxing way.
Give the demo a whirl.
April 11, 2014
Bad copy cat of 4 Elements
This match 3 was a very feeble attempt to copy the successful 4 Elements series. I do not recommend unless you are absolutely bored to death. If you weren't lucky enough to have played 4 Elements, you may enjoy the different game play here. But my recommendation is to load 4 Elements and compare the two to see which is the greatest. Was really hoping this would be as good as I really like this format.
March 4, 2014