World Mosaics 2

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Return to the puzzle adventure that takes you around the world! Having tracked the origins of the Sea People to the legendary city of Atlantis, the power of a magical hourglass has taken you back through time in World Mosaics 2! Solve your way through the Puzzles of the Jurassic period, through the Dawn of Civilization, to the glorious Renaissance, as you restore the hourglass of the Pelasgians and return to your own time!

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  • OS: 10.5/OSX_10_4
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 39 MB

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World Mosaics 2 is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 250 nonogram puzzles Review based on completed game (about 38 hours of play without second attempts) WORLD MOSAICS 2 has the same features as the original, without any changes, except of course for the story; it consists of nonograms divided into 2 menu sections; both have the following characteristics in common: - No difficulty setting - You solve in monochrome, but the image will become colorful, with a label once resolved, and quite recognizable especially once converted into a thumbnail - There is a clock showing time spent, but there is NO LIMIT or penalty - You don’t “earn” anything other than opening additional grids once solved; no stars, no points, no coins, nothing to buy or upgrade - You are allowed a certain number of mistakes and hints before failing a grid - You cannot save your progress while in that grid but your progress is saved once solved; you can replay any previously solved grid to improve your performance - There is no “cell counter” as you drag - There ARE crosshairs that highlight row/column as you move your pointer - Numbers in borders will be crossed off one by one when you’ve resolved from an edge of the grid Menu Option 1: “Story mode”, which will open the “Extra Puzzles” section as progress is made. It has a narrative for each grid once resolved; there are 7 sets (instead of 8) based on "eras" (instead of geography): - Era 1: “Pre History” (3 grids 5x5 plus 11 grids 10x10) - Era 2: “Dawn of Man” (14 grids 10x10) - Era 3: “Homer's Epics” (14 grids 10x10) - Era 4: “Roman Empire” (14 grids 15x15) - Era 5: “China” (14 grids 15x15) - Era 6: “Camelot” (14 grids 20x20) - Era 7: “Renaissance” (14 grids 20x20) In summary, 98 grids (3 5x5, 29 10x10, 28 15x15, 28 20x20); I was to resolve all of them using purely logic (no guess, no mistake) except for level 7F in which I needed 1 hint. Menu Option 2: “Extra Puzzles”, which has sets based on themes instead of time periods, distributed as follows: - Set 1: “Summer Olympics” (15 grids 10x10) - Set 2: “Historic Technology” (15 grids 10x10) - Set 3: “Transportation” (15 grids 15x15) - Set 4: “International Flags” (15 grids 15x15) - Set 5: “Winter Olympics” (15 grids 15x15) - Set 6: “Animals” (15 grids 20x20) - Set 7: “World Landmarks” (15 grids 20x20) - Set 8: “US Landmarks” (15 grids 20x20) - Set 9: “Constellations” (16 grids 20x20) - Set 10: “Flowers” (16 grids 20x20) So more extra puzzles than in the original game, with 152 grids this time around (30 10x10, 45 15x15, 77 20x20) for a grand total of 250 puzzles. I found the challenge level went up significantly starting with Era 4, Grid M; I played all the "regular" puzzles first, then tackled the "bonus" ones, reaching level X4-G before using a hint in that section. I used a total of 23 hints in the "extra section" to complete the game, which is much more than in the original game; I even tried those a second time after finishing all puzzles; THAT portion of time is NOT included in my 38 hours of gameplay. You might have better success! Played the game using my Windows 10 PC without any issue.
Date published: 2019-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from highly addicting Cannot get enough of his game. Wish they made it for IPad.
Date published: 2013-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great One I love this game, really gets the mind thinking and has a different concept to other games I have played.
Date published: 2012-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from sudoku fans especially will get hooked on this game What is the ancient history of the Sea People of the lost city of Atlantis? In this logic/pattern recognition game, you are transported back through time by a magical hourglass. In this game, you pick up where you left off in the first game by puzzling your way from the Jurassic period all the way to the Renaissance. Along the way, you restore the magical hourglass so you can return to your own time. graphics: lovely. crisp, clear, and colourful. music: it makes good background music, non-intrusive and not annoying. i like the sound effects, it is especially satisfying to listen to the sound of an entire row of squares being cleared or revealed. storyline: more interesting than i originally thought it would be. it kinda grows on you as you play your way through the game. gameplay: this is a picross game, a logic game based on a grid comprised of squares in rows and columns that have numbers above and to the left of each. these numbers correspond to the pattern of filled-in or blank squares in the grid. by correctly completing the grid, you reveal a picture that illustrates part of the story. the grids range in sizes from 5x5 (easy) to 25x25 (challenging). my interaction: one hour demo. i plan to purchase this game. there is high replay value here and the storyline is interesting enough to make you want to purchase this, the second part in this series of games. this captivating game is addictive and fun enough to keep the entire family interested, and people routinely hang over my shoulder when i play any of these picross games. who knows? you may meet a new friend whilst playing this game? i highly recommend this game! thanks big fish for sharing this fun game with us!
Date published: 2012-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a Wonder World of Mosaics-TOO I have all of the World Mosaics. Each one is as good as the next one or the previous one. The skill levels get higher the puzzles get larger. These games make you think and are great fun.
Date published: 2012-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved It! I recently got into playing these mosaic games and I love them! In Mosaics 2 you continue your journey to learn about the Sea People and your goal is to fix an hourglass that allows the Sea People to reunite again - even though they lived in different times (thousands of years apart) and in different places throughout the world. There is a lot of reading - but I thoroughly enjoyed the storyline. As with the other World Mosaic games, you are given a grid with numbers associated with the columns and rows - you must use this info. to determine which blocks/bricks to keep and which to smash in order to complete a picture associated with the story. If you like numbers and/or logic games, I think this would be a great game for you!
Date published: 2012-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game Still addicted ! Who likes numbers will be crazy about this kind of game.
Date published: 2011-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from THROUGH THE SANDS OF TIME This is a time travel game. You are in search of the pieces of a sand timer that will enable you to return to your current time. Each piece of the sand timer must be picked up in a different historical time period. I enjoyed the storyline that focuses on the highlights of various time periods, like King Arthur, the dinosaurs, the Renaissance, etc. Each time period is made up of 20 or so grids, with a piece of the story revealed before each grid. The grids get fairly hard pretty quickly, but the number of mistakes allowed and hints that can be earned progress accordingly. The 20x20 grids towards the end allow for 12 mistakes and 6 hints, which recharge after use. Each hint provides more than one answer, I think 3 for each hint by the end of the game. The only problem I had with the game was that the grids and numbers are extremely small and hard to read by the time the grids get to be 15x15 and bigger. The tiles are so small that it is easy to make mistakes accidentally. The screen layouts are poorly done, as rearranging it would have allowed for more room for the grid, making the text bigger and easier. I almost didn't finish the game because of this, but was interested enough in the story to continue to squint until I finished it. I've played several games in this series but I don't remember these small graphics continuing to be a problem in later games.
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great "tutorial" game. As in the previous game in this series, this is a great teaching tool for beginners or those who just can't get a handle on how to play the game. The goal: Using given numbers and exposing only those tiles both horizontally and vertically, you expose a picture. My complaint is that I wish the tile backs were a little more varied than the Mosaic "2" . Using "x"s instead of those awful "dirt shovels" in the previous game is a definite improvement. Background music was a bit annoying so I turned volume down. As I said, the game is great for beginners. Although I am also a beginner, it bored me to tears. There was no variety. Even the background graphics stayed the same. It was very "clinical". You worked with the same 10x10 graph of squares for EVERY level. BORING! I still encourage everyone who has been scared to try this type of game (like me) to give it a whirl. It's a free hour demo and, who knows, you might have found a new genre of game you like to play (also like me - lol). Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Decent Sequel So, you might be wondering why I only gave this game 3 stars, but I gave each category 4... well that's because there are other factors the categories don't include that bug me about this game. First off, they removed the ability to choose from multiple puzzles during each area, so you now have to do them in the exact order they are given to you, which means if you are stuck then you can't do anything else. Additionally, the mistake symbol that appears on the grid looks really weird and can often throw you off as to how many spaces you need to fill in. The music is not bad, and the story isn't terrible but it's definitely not as good as the 1st game.
Date published: 2015-12-01
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