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Fantasy Mosaics 2

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$ 9.99 USD

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Your journey to the fantasy land continues with the newest collection of mosaics puzzles! Discover the fantasy images intricately woven into 100 custom built levels and enjoy new innovative features that enhance gameplay and add to the fun. Embrace the challenge of mosaics and build your new fantasy garden!

  • 100 custom built puzzles
  • Breathtaking locations
  • Restore your fantasy garden
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 88 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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More Challenging Puzzles Well they don't give you much time to ease into a groove, the challenges start right from the start in this second edition of Fantasy Mosaics. The object of this game is to logically fill in cells on a grid with number clues, keeping in mind that there must be a space between numbered cells. Every step you take in the game will help culture and restore your fantacy garden, but personally I could care less about building a garden. There are 20 chapters with 5 levels each and the goal is to earn a gold trophy. There is a tutorial at the beginning but only as an illustration, not a guided step by step process, if you haven't played this type of game before hang in there once you get the hang of it you're hooked! Some of the cells contain bonuses such as an axe which will allow you to reveal the state of a single tile, a keg? which allows you a chance to make an extra mistake, and a penguin which will give you a hint by highlighting a single filled tile. Another winner, enjoy! May 27, 2014
Excellent... Fantastic again... I was wandering when we would receive a new gift like the first Fantasy Mosaic... and there you are. Simply wonderful. For those that like this kind of puzzle game they are the best. I bought all of them and dont stop playing. I love mosaics. Surely I recommend this one. May 27, 2014
Love these games Was hoping for this one. Glad BF got it. I love these kind of games. Hopefully there wil be more of these coming. May 28, 2014
More Mosaic Fun Following hot on the heels of 'Fantasy Mosaics', this is really a continuation of that game, where you restore a fantasy garden. Everything is fairly similar to the first version, but you don't have to sit through a tutorial at the start. It's straight into the game head-first, with 20 x 15 grids by the 3rd board. Game play is similar to the first instalment, including automatic filling of the 'x' squares. This seems to be a luxury at first thought, but I'm in two minds about it. For satisfaction, I prefer to manually fill the 'x' squares. However, others will probably like this feature. Solving the puzzles is by logic and deduction, so no guessing seems necessary. In the description of the game, there is mention of innovative features. I did not find any more of these in the trial hour, but perhaps they become apparent further in to the game. As with the first instalment, this is a pleasant griddler to play, and people who like this genre will most likely enjoy this one. May 27, 2014
a nice entry for the genre There have been quite a few mosaic style games in the past few weeks. Most have been mediocre IMO. Fantasy 2 is a step above its most recent predecessors. Not much of a storyline and the theme is Oriental in nature. The background music is pleasant; however it would be nice if developers varied the score to avoid boredom. The nicest part of Fantasy 2 is the lack of super easy grids to begin the game. I am pleased this developer elected to not do a lot of hand holding at the initial phase of the game. In fact there are some challenging grids from the outset. Another fine feature is the grid variation from the getgo. So many grid games start with a bunch of 10 X 10's which get boring really fast. This one intersperses 10 X 10's with 15 X 15's and 15 X 20's early on. I also like that once a vertical or horizontal line is filled with cubes, the remainder of that line is automatically filled with blank spaces. It has been quite some time since I purchased one of the World Mosaics, for so long a time that group has been the standard of the genre. This game will more than likely be added to my repertoire by using a free game credit. Thanks dev for a nice game. May 27, 2014
Addictive This game is better than World Mosaics, but I do miss the WM storylines a bit. (I still laugh at the one where the guy gets barfed up by the dinosaur) Fantasy Mosaics doesn't waste time starting off with simple puzzles designed for people with water on the brain, but cuts right to the chase and get you thinking. I love how it automatically fills up the line with blanks when there are no more squares to select, and it tells you when you have filled in a group of squares correctly even if it's in the middle of a line. It makes solving the puzzles more of a logical progression rather than just guessing and hoping. Bit of a downside for me - the mouse selections are too hairtrigger and I often find myself selecting or rejecting squares that I had no intention of clicking on. This can often result in too many errors and shutting down the individual game so that I have to start again. Music IS boring but not as dreadful as some of the WM tunes. June 19, 2014
Zero replayability I love this type of game so I was excited to see this one. Don't waste your money. It's not possible to see what your score is for a previous round so there's no way to improve where you've been since the developers didn't see fit to include this basic option. What's the point of playing the same thing over and over if not to improve your time or see a gold achievement? The other flaws I can overlook (oriental music doesn't match the backgrounds, no way to undo once you've touched a square, no way to replay a round without going back to the main menu and hoping you remember which one you were playing). I'm angry with BFG for letting a half baked game be offered. Some things are basic and I'd like to see some quality control instead of just throwing a game out there because it doesn't crash. July 4, 2014
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