Mosaic: Game of Gods II

The Goddess of Creation and the God of Chaos managed to restore peace and harmony in the Universe, but one powerful and evil creature did not like it. And Darkness was its name. It cursed the Goddess in order to make the God of Chaos its again. But the Darkness did not know that the God of Chaos will never leave his beloved in trouble. And now he needs to do his best to save the Goddess and return the balance to the Universe again.

It is a little different than just a jigsaw puzzle. That also reduces my incidence of accidental drops that cause errors. There is also a Story Line with it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heleanthia from at last ; beautiful relaxing but challenging I love mosaic games and this one is definitely the best one I have played for a long time. Second nice improvement is that all completed puzzles can be viewed at leisure by way of the magnifier icon. A different kind of jigsaw, not too frustrating especially once you figured out how to solve the rotating puzzles. I have played and played the original so many times that I can almost name the order of the mosaics. Submit Thank you for writing a review! They give you a ridiculous small amount of time to complete the puzzle which is down right frustrating for me. Close Forum posts about Mosaic — Game of Gods. Rated 5 out of 5 by SkyeGray from Truly Beautiful Puzzles Beautiful, colorful puzzles - each world in a different texture. Others have commented about the bells and whistles, so I won't go in to that. Untimed, visually beautiful game, but where are the 7 trophies you can win? The Best Ever!

IMO, the second is easily the equal of the first. I was pleased to see a part 2 of Game of Gods. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heleanthia from at last ; beautiful relaxing but challenging I love mosaic games and this one is definitely the best one I have played for a long time. But, this one is the absolutely most beautiful one of its genre I have ever played. I've not gone too far in this game yet but the puzzles seem easier to assemble than some earlier mosaic inlays. I have played and played the original so many times that I can almost name the order of the mosaics. Rated 5 out of 5 by SkyeGray from Truly Beautiful Puzzles Beautiful, colorful puzzles - each world in a different texture. Love the arty feel only have played the first section about 10 puzzles but the way they seem like fabric is so lovely and amazing There are no nasty noises if one makes a mistake and there are no time limits; both so appealing. A different kind of jigsaw, not too frustrating especially once you figured out how to solve the rotating puzzles. It doesn't have a relaxed mode and the time allowed is very short. Others have commented about the bells and whistles, so I won't go in to that. If you like mosaic's you'll like this one.

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And the music is a compilation for itself. Please have more of these. Nice job overall! A different kind of jigsaw, not too frustrating especially once you figured out how Living Legends: Ice Rose Collectors Edition solve the rotating puzzles. Love the arty feel only have played the first section about 10 puzzles but the way they seem like fabric is so lovely and amazing There are no nasty noises if one makes a mistake and there are no time limits; both so Godw. Stunning, cut and crinkled paper designs, soothing music, and no clock. As always Demo for yourself, you may also love it! No one's written about Mosaic — Game of Modaic: yet. I wish they'd make more of these games - I own both 1 and Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies and I replay them both from time to time. In addition, you can click once and drag - you don't have to keep your finger on the mouse button - Gwme love this, because no pieces Moasic: dropped unless I click again. I have played and played the original so many times that Dreamland Solitaire: Dragons Fury can almost name the order of the mosaics. Do you have an issue with your game? There is no timer; at least I couldn't find Mosaic: Game of Gods II, so you play in relaxed mode. This one has the best qualities Mossaic: all of them: gorgeous pictures a true artist's touch ; challenging but not impossible placement; pick-up then place you don't have to hold the piece until you place it ; and a wide variety of pictures not the same old.

As always Demo for yourself, you may also love it! It doesn't have a relaxed mode and the time allowed is very short. Do you have an issue with your game? I even like the music It starts out with pieces that look like paper - and the sounds as you click pieces together are papery. A really great game, artistic and imaginative. I will say that I liked the graphic in the first Game of Gods a little better. A different kind of jigsaw, not too frustrating especially once you figured out how to solve the rotating puzzles. This is the type of mosaic that I like and buy. Firstly, love that it is not timed. Not too easy, but a bit more intuitive and less hair-pulling. A lot of the time, when moving a piece across the board, it will indicate that I dropped it in the wrong place, but, the piece had not been dropped.

Please have more of these. Not too easy, but a bit more intuitive and less hair-pulling. Please create more of these! Submit Thank you for writing a post! It Mosaic:: a little different than just a jigsaw puzzle.


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If you like Jigsaw - type puzzles, you'll love this. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Not too easy, but a bit more intuitive and less hair-pulling. I only hope they do another one soon! I will say that I liked the graphic in the first Game of Gods a little better. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. I only move from puzzle to puzzle, occasionally starting a "New world", but with no explanation. I have promised myself no more timed Mosaic Puzzles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Wychcraft from Loved the Game! Do you have an issue with your game? Nice job overall! I even like the music This is the type of mosaic that I like and buy. I've not gone too far in this game yet but the puzzles seem easier to assemble than some earlier mosaic inlays. Rated 5 out of 5 by SkyeGray from Truly Beautiful Puzzles Beautiful, colorful puzzles - each world in a different texture.

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  1. I don't care for the other kind where one fills squares to make the pic. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. It starts out with pieces that look like paper - and the sounds as you click pieces together are papery. I have played and played the original so many times that I can almost name the order of the mosaics.

  2. Please create more of these! They give you a ridiculous small amount of time to complete the puzzle which is down right frustrating for me. But, this one is the absolutely most beautiful one of its genre I have ever played.

  3. I have played and played the original so many times that I can almost name the order of the mosaics. The no timer is a Win, Win for me! In addition, you can click once and drag - you don't have to keep your finger on the mouse button - I love this, because no pieces are dropped unless I click again. But if you love gazing upon beautiful things, this game fits the bill. I only move from puzzle to puzzle, occasionally starting a "New world", but with no explanation.

  4. There is an untimed option which I also appreciate, as I find the time's-up buzzer startling and annoying. 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. Second nice improvement is that all completed puzzles can be viewed at leisure by way of the magnifier icon.

  5. Date published: I also like the music! Plus there is score multiplier so the faster you place the mosaic pieces the higher your score.

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