Hello Venice 2 - New York Adventure
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 700 MHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Hello Venice 2 - New York Adventure 

Play Hello Venice 2 - New York Adventure Deluxe, an exciting 3-in-a-row sequel! After their last adventure, our heroes were magically transported to New York City. An old lady asks them to restore the gardens in exchange for the seeds of the Golden Tree. Help them both achieve this and revive the Tree as you play Hello Venice 2 - New York Adventure Deluxe!

  • play 80 challenging levels in this 3-in-a-row game
  • earn gems and coins and use them to restore two gardens
  • use power-ups to overcome the challenges on your way
  • discover exciting mini-games and reach treasure chests for extra coins
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Reviews of Hello Venice 2 - New York Adventure
 | Added on: March 8, 2015
 
Extremely fun! Thanks! Colorful...reminds me of ElementsII.
 | Added on: March 10, 2014
 
Not only is this game a complete rip of 4 Elements but is poorly coded & crashes often
 | Added on: March 10, 2014
 
this is a game I have been waiting for! such a fun game. seriously thinking of buying it!
 | Added on: March 13, 2014
 
This game has no hints and was confusing. I usually like these types of games, and the graphics are cute but despite matching everything on the board it often would not go to the next section. Not sure if its glitching or just blows but either way, I do not want to continue to play.
 | Added on: March 15, 2014
 
If you liked 4 elements you'll like this game. You build gardens. I played the relaxed mode.
 | Added on: March 20, 2014
 
I don't know why people act like this is a rip off because of its style of play. This is a type of Match 3 game, similar to 4 Elements because they share the same style of game play. But I didn't like 4 Elements and I adore both of the Hello Venice games. And there are a lot of other games that also use this style. It's not about ripping off another game, it's just a sub-genre within the Match 3 genre. The object is to move water from one end of the board to the other. What makes the game addictive are all the plants that surround the game board. Each one will bloom and give you extra cash if you supply it with water. But that is oftentimes very difficult because the game may advance, following the flow of water, before you get a passage open to one of the plants. Making matches of more than 6 or 7, (can't remember off hand) causes an additional explosion which blasts through the dirt. Some of the later game boards have areas that can only be demolished by using this trick which can be challenging. You are also aided by 4 other unlockable power-ups. Each one is linked to a specific gem color. After you make a certain amount of matches, the power up will unlock. This game did away with the TM aspect that was in the original game and I'm glad. I didn't think it was well done in that game and I think the developers were smart to focus just on Match 3. This time around you get to work on 2 different gardens. And there is also a relaxed version for those players that don't want to fight the clock. I was thrilled to see that there was a sequel and for once, it's a sequel that's worthy of the original. I highly recommend this game.
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