Empress of the Deep 2: Song of the Blue Whale

Anna awakens on a mysterious tiny island after escaping the destruction of her underwater kingdom. She must find her way to a mystical floating cloud city in the sky, seek out the four Children of Light and save them from the twisted clutches of the Evil Empress Pandora. Along the way she must rescue and heal enchanted animal slaves in this fantastic Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

My opinion is yes, the CE adds quite a bit to the game. Just don't expect much HO action. Replay: I might play it again if I need to de-stress, but this really is for a younger audience and also presents little challenge. I have to add one more thing -- it's just a plus to me for even the standard edition of this game. Anyways, this sequel had a great continuing story line, plenty of HOSs, and puzzles that were not brain bending. Hopefully there will be a third sequel to this amazing game with the beautiful graphics and twisted plots! Great special effects. The special effects, music, plot, and puzzles, and the total overall experience were fabulous. The graphics are crystal clear It makes getting around sometimes frustrating. ZEM -- not at all your typical match 3, and I mean not at all! Being 48 years old, I'm all about a challenge!

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I always think, wouldn't it be grand to have such a world. It's the kind of thing you can get hooked on because you want to beat your score. This game introduces us to a new feature, collecting Crystal Dolphins that flutter about in select scenes. I like the different scenes you go to. These two games have been some of my very favorite played on gamehouse as the mix of story, not overloaded with impossible HO's, creating very enjoyable mini games that tie in with the storyline and having beautiful music and great voices make the overall experience of this game awesome. The mini games are pretty easy and ones we've seen before like turning tiles to complete a picture and turning pipes etc.. That said, the graphics are astounding and it was good fun. I had no problems playing it and it was fun. Good mix between adventure and HO! I am really attracted to games with beautiful graphics and fantasy concepts. The graphics were marvelous and sets you up in a fantasy world in the sky. It was a good game.


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The graphics are crystal clear Story: It is simple and easy to follow, less involving, however, than the graphics. But I Ludo Master! liked that once you've completed your tasks Empresa a scene a large bubble pops up that says "area cleared," so you're not wasting time wondering if you've gotten to everything. Not real difficult, but not a slam dunk on being easy. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Very Good Sequel I very much enjoyed the first game in this series and was immensely excited Chains I saw that they made a part 2 and so when I started playing this one, i had similar expectations. The graphics have improved tremendously since the first Empress, which had very blurry graphics within the HOS which made Virtual Villagers Origins 2 items unrecognizable. Love the extra part that really has the walk through attached Farm Frenzy 2 the book! Give this one a go! Even masterful in ways. I also liked the story line. Overall, a great game. My opinion is yes, the CE adds quite a bit to the game. But frankly the Hints button does a pretty good job of helping you along, o isn't always true in games.

But, perhaps due to the sharply rendered levels and plinky plunky soundtrack, Song of the Blue Whale has a slightly barmy appeal to keep you plugging away with the rote gameplay. Like totally, for sure The special effects, music, plot, and puzzles, and the total overall experience were fabulous. It is truly something special. This game fits that bill as you help Anna save all of the animal guardians of the cloud city! I always think, wouldn't it be grand to have such a world. I wasn't let down. ZEM -- not at all your typical match 3, and I mean not at all! Some parts of the game made me think about what was needed in order for me to continue the game. It was better than the first EOD, and passed a good hours at my snailish pace nicely. But this is really beautiful graphics. The graphics have improved tremendously since the first Empress, which had very blurry graphics within the HOS which made some items unrecognizable. Pandora was evil, and she destroyed the underwater Ark, as well as herself, Anna barely escaped.

The graphics have improved tremendously since the first Empress, which had very blurry graphics within the HOS which made some items unrecognizable. The only annoying thing was the delivery of the main character's dialogue; at times, I really thought she was going to break into "Valley Girl" talk. The perfect game to play when up late at night The map still has room for improvement, you cannot use the map to travel, and because there are so many paths to choose, it sometimes becomes confusing as to which way you need to go in order to complete a task. You go through one after another beautiful, elaborate scene with special effects -- only to pick up one or two items. The Bonus features look very promising, too. Fantasy concepts and lots of running around This game fits that bill as you help Anna save all of the animal guardians of the cloud city! I found I could relax into this game but boring it certainly isn't There is also the addictive "Zen" game which kept me busy for ages. Some puzzles require you to direct beams of light to light up all orbs using mirrors and splitters, or connect all circuits by rotating directional paths on each tile. I liked the storyline of Dolphin Dice Slots the seasons and helping the animals but it is kind of easy Parallels Cross predict how it Secrets of the Dark: Eclipse Mountain Collectors Edition. Her twin sister Pandora had unrightfully claimed her position as Empress, and tricked Anna into following her The Tiny Tale instead of Jacobs.


Good storyline. The tapes showing Pandora's evolution into madness or evil don't really add a lot if you played the original game. The Bonus features look very promising, too. That was really helpful, but if you can get through without using it then bravo to you! And prominently featuring animals with realistic sounds just added even more pleasure. It was better than the first EOD, and passed a good hours at my snailish pace nicely. The game is different from other HO games I've played as it's a whole lot more challenging. I had no problems playing it and it was fun. Another great game! Really enjoyed this addition to the series. Even masterful in ways. Much of the artwork is quite spectacular, it didn't seem terribly repetitive, the story line was charming. ZEM -- not at all your typical match 3, and I mean not at all! Good graphics.

11 thoughts on “Empress of the Deep 2: Song of the Blue Whale

  1. The animals were well drawn with actual animal sounds. I hate to gush. That said, the graphics are astounding and it was good fun.

  2. I don't think they've worked the right balance in there yet. This game fits that bill as you help Anna save all of the animal guardians of the cloud city! The clues in the pictures were a little hard to see. You even have to solve 4 puzzles they are the same, so a bit of a disappointment there to finally get to ZEM -- so more playtime. Some parts of the game made me think about what was needed in order for me to continue the game.

  3. Not real difficult, but not a slam dunk on being easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by luvbaby from Beautifully designed game. You can pinch-zoom to scour for items on a pre-set list, but randomly touching anything visible will unearth the majority of pieces with minimal effort. Note that the HO part is minimal, fairly easy, and at least the hidden object games relate to the story. Often you'll need to backtrack across a whole level to pick up an item you couldn't have possibly noticed before, and would never have known you needed without the hints.

  4. As the empress you're charged with releasing four children imprisoned by your evil sister, but are some twists to the tale that keep it from being stale. No, not that challenging adventure wise, and no, the puzzles were not difficult, but still, it was just a lovely time. I had no problems playing it and it was fun.

  5. Opening Pandora's Box A generous 'hint' button, which refills pretty quickly, ensures you'll never be stuck for more than a few seconds at a time, but only the obtuseness of the missions themselves produces any real challenge. The graphics blew me away and the story line is awesome. The story line is wholesome, full of heart, uplifting and conforms to a high moral standard. I also liked the story line. The Mini Games are fairly easy, there are a lot of puzzles requiring you to flip tiles over until a picture is complete, the only thing difficult, is figuring out which picture is the correct one.

  6. I have given the platinum edtion four stars only because I don't think enough was added to the game to make it worthwhile. I am waiting patiently for the next installment. Why get the CE -- well, you will collect 6 items that give you pages from the wicked sister's diary -- a little more insight into the story, but that's not the best part.

  7. Artwork: Magic. Much of the artwork is quite spectacular, it didn't seem terribly repetitive, the story line was charming. It is truly something special. The background sounds and artwork are just great. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from Escape into another world, get hooked on the bonus game!

  8. The clues in the pictures were a little hard to see. A real fine time of fantasy getaway! No upload or technical problems noted.

  9. All the different areas that you needed to explore just made this a truly unique experience!! The animals were well drawn with actual animal sounds. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Very Good Sequel I very much enjoyed the first game in this series and was immensely excited when I saw that they made a part 2 and so when I started playing this one, i had similar expectations.

  10. The special effects, music, plot, and puzzles, and the total overall experience were fabulous. I thoroughly enjoyed everything about this game, and I hope Gameagents keeps their word and brings out a third installment. I have given the platinum edtion four stars only because I don't think enough was added to the game to make it worthwhile.

  11. The Mini Games are fairly easy, there are a lot of puzzles requiring you to flip tiles over until a picture is complete, the only thing difficult, is figuring out which picture is the correct one. The only annoying thing was the delivery of the main character's dialogue; at times, I really thought she was going to break into "Valley Girl" talk. The graphics are excellent, making the HO scenes quite easy, although you do have to do some searching.

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