Mishap 2 - An Intentional Haunting
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Mishap 2 - An Intentional Haunting 

Transcend to the afterlife with Mishap - An Intentional Haunting Platinum Edition, a fabulous sequel to the slick ghost-busting adventure.

Realizing that Milton Hobblepop's paranormal research has been stolen, the Mishap gang infiltrates the compound of his greatest rival, Avery Nailliv, to uncover why the renegade scientist is imprisoning spirits against their will. But as you free the estate's bound spirits, a new twist in Milton and Emily's tragic past is revealed, setting the scene for an unforgettable ghostly vengeance.

Survive a whirlwind tour of the shadowy estate in this new spooky adventure. Find hidden objects and solve supernatural puzzles stashed inside every room where you'll need the vast abilities granted by Hobblepop's gadgets to defeat an all-new cast of eccentric spirits.

Critics say that Mishap - An Intentional Haunting "has style to spare, with visuals that should make other HOGs jealous" and "hidden object devotees won't want to miss its high polish and worthy challenge." Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Mishap - An Intentional Haunting Platinum Edition today!

Enjoy exclusive content when you purchase Mishap - An Intentional Haunting Platinum Edition including a comprehensive Stuck in a rut Walkthrough, Hilarious Voice-Over Outtakes, exclusive Wallpapers, Concept Art, and Gadget Art. These special bonus items are only available with this Platinum Edition at the cost of $19.99 or with a FunPass membership.

  • This Platinum Edition includes a comprehensive Stuck in a rut Walkthrough, Hilarious Voice-Over Outtakes, exclusive Wallpapers, Concept Art, and Gadget Art.
  • Enjoy all of these extras with FunPass. FunTicket and FunPass members can also buy it for 30% off the retail price of $19.99.
  • Take on an all-new set of eccentric specters in this sinister Hidden Object adventure.
  • Help Milton Hobblepop infiltrate the shadowy compound of his greatest rival scientist.
  • Use amazing new gadgets in wonderfully entertaining mini-games.
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Reviews of Mishap 2 - An Intentional Haunting
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
This is a large program to download, but well worth the wait. The animation, although a bit bizarre, was fantastic accompanied by great humor. Definitely not easy. It really challenges you. Every chapter starts off with a sliding screen which allows you to go to the left and right. Within each initial sliding screen their are 3 portals. Each scenario requires you to find the HO items, clear the ghosts, and finally solve the riddle. The riddles get progressively more difficult. The last one had me stumped for awhile, but I was able to finally solve it. The HO lists are very long, and some are very difficult. Thank goodness for a hint button that refills quickly. Unlike other HO games, the mini games were unique and quite fun. Besides the humor from the characters, if you clicked on too many misses, you got dancing ghosts and a barrage of insults, some of them being quite funny. Beware, there are many moving distractions. I really enjoyed this game and was sorry when it ended.
 | Added on: February 4, 2011
Nice graphics with all kinds of wacky animations going on while you find HO's, look for ghosts, and look for those pesky cans of juice. I did feel as though the first game was a bit "scarier", as the ghosts that popped-up once in a while did not make me jump in the sequel. The mini-puzzles were sometimes a bit challenging to figure out, and some of the mini-games were quite challenging. Luckily, in the Platinum Edition, you can go to the mini-games section and redo them if you want to just for fun. Even though there were instructions for the mini-games, I found I forgot what to do 5 seconds after starting them, so I ended up bombing in terms of earning any gold trophies. The HO's were fairly easy, with a few items being persistent in being found. That's where you can click on the hint if you need to. It was always that last item I couldn't find. The storyline wasn't great. I just clicked through the cut scenes, as I was more interested in the actual play. Overall, not bad. I liked the first game better. This one had me completing a chapter, then playing another GH game, then coming back to play another chapter the next day, etc.
 | Added on: February 3, 2011
All in all not a bad game. Sometimes I found it hard to find where I was suppose to go next but a little practice and then it was easy to figure out. Although I did not enjoy the mini games it just was not my thing.
 | Added on: June 8, 2011
Great Graphics and intriguing game play. Each level is different and interesting in itself. The mini games are styled like arcade games and provides a unique challenge when compared to most HOG games. Definitely recommend to all!
 | Added on: January 2, 2013
Beautiful graphics, crazy scenery, interesting characters. I loved the scary faces that appeared when I over-clicked. The only thing I really didn't like was the arcade games in between the HOG scenes. Some were okay but most were the reason I like HO games instead of arcade. I wouldn't buy it again but did have fun with it.
 | Added on: May 20, 2011
I loved Mishap:An Accidental Haunting and I LOVE Mishap 2!The graphics are amazing,the storyline is super!You won't be bored with this game!
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
I agree with Too Much that and I don't care for Arcade type games to which this one has all that and more..The HO part of the game is very good but all the rest is beyond my comfort zone
 | Added on: November 3, 2012
I played the regular version of this game before the Platinum Edition. The addition of a guide was of some help, but not much. The HO scenes were well done, with items sometimes quite difficult to find. which makes the game more interesting. However, the mini-games are another story. A couple were arcade-style games, then a match three, and others that defy categorization. Most of them were hand-eye coordination games, not thinking games. They were zany, and frankly, quite boring. I did find the gude helpful for one game, where you had to identify "living things." The only reason I needed help here is because I couldn't tell what I was looking at; the drawing were small and not well defined. I also found it particularly irritating to have a ghost yell at me if I clicked around too much trying to find items; phrases like "You have no honor" were particularly irritating. I would not recommend this game to anyone. For my money, there are much better HOGs available.
 | Added on: December 15, 2012
I was put off at first by the number of HO scenes but got to where I liked them because of the very creative and imaginative scenery and backgrounds, which were fanciful and very "Alice in Wonderland" comical. There were a variety of arcade-type mini-games as well as strategy/first-person shooter, which I suck at royally, but managed to muddle through and enjoy anyway. I recall it was a long game, with over the top dialogue. I took advantage of a sale to get it at half-price and thought it was well worth it. The behind the scenes video is always a hoot for me. Mad props for creativity.
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
I could not finish the trial period. The strobe effect of the flashing objects in the scene was too much of a detraction for me. Try this game, I hope you enjoy it more than I did.
 | Added on: February 4, 2011
This game has a tremendous amount of good things going at the same time. The "cartoonish" caracters, scenes that wiggle and glow, riddles to decipher and of course excellent placement of the hidden objects. I had to use the walkthrough once. (I will tell on myself - It was in the segment where the riddle tells you to swab the deck. I thought the "swab" was a "q-tip", and kept trying to tip the boat.) Most of the challenges were difficult for me and since the characters insult you if you don't complete to their satisfaction, I just moved on. That is my only negative comment - loved, loved, loved everything else.
 | Added on: February 5, 2013
The first Mishap was a riot so of course I had to play the second one! Just a heads up...they have made this one a little more difficult! The HO scenes were crammed full of things and some of your "to find" list (A LONG one for each room) can be difficult to find, but well worth the search as each scene is humorous in its' own right. The hint system is also very helpful and available. Some of the mini games in this second offering were pretty challenging and to me this just increases replay value as you want to finally beat this one! Playing ghost buster and trapping your spectral tormentors is fun, but even more fun is their character description filed in your log. The riddles are fun and a few are challenging but also pretty funny most of the time. Some of your previously captured spirits from the first one make appearences and offer some depth to this very silly, very entertaining game. If you enjoy a challenge and off the wall humor, give this a try, I highly recommend it. If you want to relax, this is not the game for you. If you are still tempted, try the first Mishap as it is not quite as difficult, but just as entertaining!
 | Added on: January 17, 2012
I should have liked this one. the characters looked interesting, the art was good (aside from a few boning errors in the elbows by the modeler in the intro. Elbows don't bend like that.) The HO scenes were impressive in their detail and the animation. I wanted to like it. but the plot felt...disconnected. It just didn't hold me.
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