Macabre Ring 2: Mysterious Puppeteer

Smith and Andy are back on the case of the Macabre Ring and looking to uncover who kidnapped the people in Berkshire! Somebody is trying to stop them, and they must find out who. The investigation becomes even more complicated when they discover they are fighting against powerful magicians! Can they solve the mystery and close the case? Join the adventure and find out!

The graphics and storyline were good. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I thought this feature was really interesting. I have never been a fan of M3 games that gives you so many large matches that you are constantly getting Bonuses on the board. It also contains the one thing that makes no sense - forcing you to watch the end of turn extra moves on the board that are done by the computer. I never buy games that give you no choice on how to play. Do you have an issue with your game? I really felt there was no purpose or rhyme or reason to this game. They did speed up the scoring process where the computer continues to play through all of the remaining moves. I'm still playing match 3's that I already own, and I really miss getting another good one. I have already restarted playing the game five times only to get to level 25 and can't beat it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Gamedrone from Not easy. With all those bonuses, nearly every move you make causes an explosion of some sort which really plays the game for you, some levels require a handful of strategic moves and the explosions do the work for you! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by EveElliot from 25 level Hello, players! This one has limited moves only.

Level 25 is just plain difficult. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. The story line is better suited to a hidden object, not match 3 base. I have never been a fan of M3 games that gives you so many large matches that you are constantly getting Bonuses on the board. I really don't like limited move games. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. I usually read the comments before trying a game. The feature that annoys me the most is that you can't make fast consecutive matches because you have to wait until all the tiles stop falling. If a relaxed mode got added to the settings I would likely buy it. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I liked the Crime-solving scenario of playing Match 3 levels to earn Stars which are used to "Investigate" the crime scenes via a Hidden Object Scene, but there are only a handful of Listed Items to find, just when you start to enjoy finding Hidden Objects, it's over! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Cazzieplay from Level 25? Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. I am not sure this is fun, but like another reviewer I shall keep trying and then park it for a long long while And you don't build anything.

Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Date published: It also contains the one thing that makes no sense - forcing you to watch the end of turn extra moves on the board that are done by the computer. Discuss with other players! Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. No one's written about Macabre Ring 2 - Mysterious Puppeteer yet. The story line is better suited to a hidden object, not match 3 base. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Gamedrone from Not easy. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by janedoe from Ridiculously Difficult Almost impossible to complete. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. I'm still not a fan of the Limited Moves Match 3 games offered by this particular developer, but I will give them credit for adding some really challenging obstacles to this game. I stopped playing it. They did speed up the scoring process where the computer continues to play through all of the remaining moves. I really felt there was no purpose or rhyme or reason to this game. Be the first to write a forum post about this game!

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It makes it more of a strategy game than just a "keep going till you win" scenario. I thought this feature was really interesting. I have already restarted playing the game five times only to get to level 25 and can't beat it. They did speed up the scoring process where the computer continues to play through all of the remaining moves. Rated 5 out of 5 by SixSigma from I will prevail! You are given a specified number of Limited Moves to obtain the level goals, usually removing Mad Mouse specified number of specified icons, as well as removing all tan Macabre Ring 2: Mysterious Puppeteer cells, some levels require you to drop items to the bottom of the board A Match 4 will give you a Horizontal or Vertical Line buster, a Match 5 will give you a Police Light Amerzone: Part 2 removes all of the same element, a T or L shaped DragonScales 4: Master Chambers will give you a Burning Tile which explodes a bomb. This one has limited moves only. I liked Rin Crime-solving scenario of playing Match 3 levels to earn Stars which are used to "Investigate" the Mystefious scenes via a Hidden Object Scene, but there are only a handful of Listed Items to Zumas Revenge, just when you start to enjoy finding Hidden Objects, it's over! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by twtscat48 from A Macabre Day I love match 3 games, this one would be great if a relaxed mode got added to the settings. Do you have an issue with your game? The Shifting Columns or Rows have returned, an Intersol Games feature included in Mcabre of their M3 games, and this game includes a challenging Burning Candle and Coin feature, where more are added to block cells by multiplying every time you don't remove one by making an adjacent match. I never buy games that give you no choice on how to play. I guess some don't like limited moves, I do. I am not sure this is fun, but like another reviewer I shall keep trying and then park it for a long long while

I have already restarted playing the game five times only to get to level 25 and can't beat it. And you don't build anything. Level 25 is just plain difficult. I restarted so I could amass points but they soon went and no luck. I really felt there was no purpose or rhyme or reason to this game. I never buy games that give you no choice on how to play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by EveElliot from 25 level Hello, players! I usually read the comments before trying a game. I could have saved myself from downloading this game. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by twtscat48 from A Macabre Day I love match 3 games, this one would be great if a relaxed mode got added to the settings. I have also restarted a few times

It also contains the one thing that makes no sense - forcing you to watch the end of turn extra moves on the board that are done by the computer. The story Treasures of Persia is better Puppeter to a hidden object, not match 3 base. Note that your KnockBall won't be Finding Hope right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Date published: I am not sure this is fun, but like another reviewer I shall keep trying and then park it for a long long while I never buy games that give you no choice on how to play. The feature that annoys me the most is that you can't make fast consecutive matches because you have to wait until all the tiles stop falling. If anyone has any suggestions or hints for completing the game please let me know!! Can't get any farther.


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11 thoughts on “Macabre Ring 2: Mysterious Puppeteer

  1. I have never been a fan of M3 games that gives you so many large matches that you are constantly getting Bonuses on the board. With all those bonuses, nearly every move you make causes an explosion of some sort which really plays the game for you, some levels require a handful of strategic moves and the explosions do the work for you! I am not sure this is fun, but like another reviewer I shall keep trying and then park it for a long long while Be the first to write a forum post about this game!

  2. It also contains the one thing that makes no sense - forcing you to watch the end of turn extra moves on the board that are done by the computer. The graphics and storyline were good. I stopped playing it. Rated 5 out of 5 by SixSigma from I will prevail!

  3. The feature that annoys me the most is that you can't make fast consecutive matches because you have to wait until all the tiles stop falling. I'm still not a fan of the Limited Moves Match 3 games offered by this particular developer, but I will give them credit for adding some really challenging obstacles to this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by SixSigma from I will prevail! I really felt there was no purpose or rhyme or reason to this game.

  4. I restarted so I could amass points but they soon went and no luck. I am not sure this is fun, but like another reviewer I shall keep trying and then park it for a long long while I'm still playing match 3's that I already own, and I really miss getting another good one. They did speed up the scoring process where the computer continues to play through all of the remaining moves.

  5. Date published: I have also restarted a few times This one has limited moves only. Silver Tale has limited moves but you can play relaxed and you get more than enough moves.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by EveElliot from 25 level Hello, players! Submit Thank you for writing a review! Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by janedoe from Ridiculously Difficult Almost impossible to complete. I will not give up and when I do master this level, I will post again.

  7. Submit Thank you for writing a post! Level 25 is just plain difficult. I'm still playing match 3's that I already own, and I really miss getting another good one.

  8. I guess some don't like limited moves, I do. I thought this feature was really interesting. Do you have an issue with your game? The story line is better suited to a hidden object, not match 3 base. They did speed up the scoring process where the computer continues to play through all of the remaining moves.

  9. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. I am not sure this is fun, but like another reviewer I shall keep trying and then park it for a long long while I'm still not a fan of the Limited Moves Match 3 games offered by this particular developer, but I will give them credit for adding some really challenging obstacles to this game.

  10. I stopped playing it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Gamedrone from Not easy. It also contains the one thing that makes no sense - forcing you to watch the end of turn extra moves on the board that are done by the computer.

  11. I really don't like limited move games. I restarted so I could amass points but they soon went and no luck. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Gamedrone from Not easy.

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