Joining Hands 2

On a starry night, the adorable little Peablins are jolted awake by a blazing fireball, crashing into the Whispering Woods! What could it be? Help these sleepy critters find out in Joining Hands 2, the adorable sequel starring a cast of never-before-seen Peablins! Perfect for players of all ages and skill levels, this game offers hand-holding hints to help kids through tougher spots, while puzzle enthusiasts will enjoy working through more difficult stages as the game progresses. Join together sweet Starblins, gentle Geoblins, elder Grandlins and affectionate Peablins until all the happy critters are lit up, smiling and holding hands! Try to collect all the stars from each level, too!

The game is very simplistic, and there's not much challenge for an adult; I went through all the levels in slightly under two hours. This adorable game is quite the challange which I love. You should have heard the 'awwws'. If on the other hand I'd be looking for a game to gift to a child I'd go for this one, as I found it extremely educational for a young person in pre-school and primary school age. Love, love, love this one! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by riefer from Great brainteaser, very cute and fun! The game gets steadily harder. The number of hands of Peablins varies, some have static hands while others can rotate their hands. This game will definitely brighten up any dull day. The pieces have varying connectors, which may look like hands, or tentacles if it is a squid. I found the pictures just adorable. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from A very nice game that gets quite hard I like puzzle games, and this one reminds a little bit of Puzzling Paws, which I also enjoyed. Still, the game play is very understandable -- no mystery moves -- and you can choose to solve a level without getting the gold star and then go back later and try again once you have more experience. Rated 5 out of 5 by nwgama from Challenging I love a good puzzle and this one got progressively harder.


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The pieces have varying connectors, which may look like hands, or tentacles if it is a squid. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Pearly11 from Brilliant game and not just for children Wow! I thought it looked cutesy, kidsy until I tried it. Hours upon hours of Joining Hands 2. Still, the game play is very understandable -- no mystery moves -- and you can choose to solve a level without getting the gold star and then go back later and try again once you have more experience. He doesn't move his hands into new positions so you have to be careful where you place him on the board. The friendly little guys like to hold hands. The object of the game is to join the pieces together in a continuous line. Rated Twilight City: Love as a Cure out of 5 by nwgama from Challenging I love a good puzzle and this one got progressively harder. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Hsnds from Great brainteaser, very cute and fun! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by stcyhood Handz Addictive Fun! But it would be great for children and those who want a bit of mental exercise. It seems Medieval Defenders a childs game at first but don't be fooled. Okay, gushing aside, this is actually a pretty good puzzle game too.

You also have the option of joining the character over the stars to earn a bonus. The friendly little guys like to hold hands. I am not that far past the demo, but already met one level that baffled me for a while. This game is perfect for that. As the complexity of the game pieces rises, the difficulty of finding a solution rises. Many of the later puzzles are truly difficult and the package as a whole is well worth your time and effort and money. It's cute, it's easy to understand but sometimes a little bit of a challenge to figure out how to solve a level, and it's relaxing with no timers or penalties. No time pressure whatsoever, which is really nice. Still, the game play is very understandable -- no mystery moves -- and you can choose to solve a level without getting the gold star and then go back later and try again once you have more experience. This puzzle game has everything This is needed for levels where there is an uneven number of hands. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by riefer from Great brainteaser, very cute and fun!

As the levels progress, obstacles appear on the board, as do stars that need to be surrounded. I think this is such a cute game! Hours upon hours of fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by riefer from Great Boom Voyage, very cute and Joiningg This is needed for levels where there is an uneven number of hands. Great game 10tons!


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The object of the game is to join the pieces together in a continuous line. The little "people" are so cute - you will have fun with this one! The number of hands of Peablins varies, some have static hands while others can rotate their hands. I played about 45 mins of the demo and already have seen 4 different kinds of "monsters", who all have different rules for how they like to be placed. The little smiley faces look so cute when they are joined up, and they look so unhappy until you have them fixed up. He strongly advised me to buy this game. Great game 10tons! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from A very nice game that gets quite hard I like puzzle games, and this one reminds a little bit of Puzzling Paws, which I also enjoyed. No time pressure whatsoever, which is really nice. Really great fun in my opinion. My favorite is Grandpa! Entirely different styles, but both involve thinking through moves and letting your little grey cells work at a solution, and both have lovable graphics. As the levels progress, obstacles appear on the board, as do stars that need to be surrounded.

3 thoughts on “Joining Hands 2

  1. Some of the connectors must be rotated to join them up, and some move on their own. This game is perfect for that. As the complexity of the game pieces rises, the difficulty of finding a solution rises.

  2. This game is for puzzlers who like to think and don't want to be rushed. I think this is such a cute game! Rated 5 out of 5 by nwgama from Challenging I love a good puzzle and this one got progressively harder. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from A very nice game that gets quite hard I like puzzle games, and this one reminds a little bit of Puzzling Paws, which I also enjoyed.

  3. The object to the game is to cover all stars and to leave no hand unclasp! It's been moderately challenging so far, but definitely interesting if you like brainteasers. This is needed for levels where there is an uneven number of hands.

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