The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus 2

The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus 2

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Meet Dr. Magnus. Macario Magnus, the inventor. While working on a top-secret project, his girlfriend Lara was kidnapped by what appears to be a ghost! Who, or what kidnapped her? How's the Dreamatorium connected to the Ghost's rage? In this exciting sequel to The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus, step into the shoes of paranormal investigator, Iris Birdwood and solve an otherworldly kidnapping.

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  • Visit many colorful locations
  • RPG elements with imaginative characters
  • A humorous and fantastic world

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 822 MB

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The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus 2 is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic fun sci-fi HO mystery game This seems to be an old game, with not real fancy special effects, but good storyline, not too many HOS, mostly mini puzzles that are pretty easy, and good artwork. All elements of the game flow together seamlessly, making for a quick game. This game also has extras normally included with CE version, such as 22 collectibles (eye of Horus), wallpaper, concept art, achievements, but no bonus game. The only flaw of the game is the voiceover for Iris Birdwood has her speaking really s-l-o-w, while all the other characters speak at normal pace.I found it really exasperating, when she's the detective who is following all the clues to rescue the missing girl, girl's father, and Dr. Magnus. Thoroughly enjoyed this game. Too bad there are not more Iris Birdwood sequels. This game takes place in 1920s and features Art Deco buildings, if you're into that.
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game! Nice change! Completed: Step into the 1920s as detective Iris Birdwood. Use a unique amulet to help with the case. Solve puzzles and find the crystals to open the door to the dreamatorium machine. Face off an ectoplasma creature to save Dr. Magnus and Ms. Lara. An intriguing story. Nice variety of puzzles. The scenes were excellent and music score fabulous. The voice acting was good. The only voice that I have issues with is Iris Birdwell's, It lacked emotion in many areas and sounded monotone, hallow. Other than that the game is fantastic, though short.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from short, but a good game I had to use a hint on the hidden objects part of the game. (That spoils the HO for me) The female detective, sounded like a 13 year old girl, (just wrong.) Did anyone else notice the picture of Nicola Tesla?
Date published: 2015-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from IS NUMBER 3 READY YET????? I LOVED IT!!!! CLEAR SMOOTHE GAME PLAY AWESOME COLOR VOICES THROUGH OUT BRAVO!!! OK HER VOICE STUNK BUT I HAD A GREAT TIME SO THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR CREATIVITY!!!
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus 2 Another great game in the series
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bad Voice Over I liked the game play but the girl they had doing the main character's voice was annoying. Other than that a pretty good game. Would have been much better with a better voice over.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A bit different I found this game amusing, a bit different than most HOG. It is sorta shallow but it breaks the monotony of the same ole same ole. I suggest you at least try it, who knows it may be your new favorite game. I can say that I enjoyed this one a little more than the 1st one
Date published: 2015-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Describe This Game in One Word: Quirky! The Dreamatorium of Dr Mangus 2 is of course a sequel to The Dreamatorium of Dr Mangus. I remember being unimpressed with the first game, but I'm liking the second one better. You play as Iris Birdwood, a paranormal investigator, looking for her next case. She finds it when Lara is kidnapped right off of the bicycle she is riding in the street near the detective. A dark force simply envelopes her and our detective goes to work. Quirky becomes the descriptive word for this game almost immediately. After finding the house the girl was headed for, you question the occupant, Dr Mangus, who disappears into the library leaving you to make him tea. (Say what?) You are working on the tea when you are first threatened by the supernatural force that kidnapped Lara. Your involvement in the case becomes more urgent and compelling from that moment. What is going on? What does Dr Mangus know? Who or what took Lara away? Good stuff: various HOPs, decent mini-games, some well hidden collectible Eye of Horus, and some well drawn locations. Bad stuff: Iris's dialog should be read only, as the VO sounds rather bored. The one progressive HOP I found to be non-intuitive. And why choose the Eye of Horus as the collectible? But, and this is a big but, this is an SE with collectibles, a fairly good story-line, and decent game play. If you have a free coupon, this is a win-win! Try it and see!
Date published: 2015-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Someone Doesn't Want This Dream To Come True The year is 1926 and Iris Birdwood. a paranormal Detective just witnessed a young woman vanish before her very eyes! The woman just happens to be Lara King, girlfriend to a famous inventor, Dr. Macario Magnus and daughter to his boss from King Industries. It would seem that the good Dr. has invented something others want, including a ghostly apparition who will stop at nothing to enter this invention, The Dreamatorium! This game is cheesy to say the least, and Iris's voice and dialog tend to be a bit unnerving at times. Iris has a magical Amulet (doesn't everyone these days) which can sense supernatural traces and give you intense visions of the past. Eventually you will find a Multi-tool gadget that you keep with you (that's amazing) and select which tool you need to use for each task, a knife, scissors or screwdriver. I'm pretty sure it needs a corkscrew and flint and steel as well because I seem to need those item in every game too! There are dialog choices to ask each character you interview, and there are stars above some inventory items that indicate some type of interaction is necessary before using it. You get to search for 22 Eye of Horus symbols throughout the game as well as earn Achievements. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with a bit of every style, Returning items to their proper place in the scene which exposes puzzle pieces for a final puzzle, Fragmented finds that will combine to make an inventory item and even progressive interactive silhouetted shape finds where you find one item that matches the silhouetted shape and then use that in the scene interactively to expose the next item and so forth. The Mini Games were mostly puzzle variations, nothing new but at least nothing frustrating as follows in order: 1) Rotate triangle puzzle pieces to complete an image of a fish. 2) Follow the directions in order, on a diagram to brew a cup of tea. 3) Use a telescope to find the images shown by adjusting the telescope directionally as well as sliding a focus button to clarify the scene. 4) Swapping square tiles to create an image. 5) Sliding Tokens of three different kinds to their correct slots using one empty slot to free up space for mobility. 6) Place fuses in the right slots so the sum of the connected fuses matches the values given. 7) Open a safe using codes paying attention to the direction of the dial either left or right. This game features quite a bit for a standard edition game, 15 Achievements, 22 Collectible Eye of Horus symbols, Concept Art and Wallpapers, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Terrible voice over! OK, I did finish it just because the game play itself was... well, okay, nothing more than that. Nothing new actually, but entertaining yet enough. But this voice of the detective!! Wherever did they get this? It is terrible. It also made me quit and delete the whole thing. #fail The other personages were not very much interesting either - very flat and onedimensional. And it is not very long game either.
Date published: 2015-10-09
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