Mysteryville 2
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 98 / Windows ME / Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows 10
  • 500 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 64 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Mysteryville 2 

Back to Mysteryville, but this time for a relaxing holiday for Laura. At least that's what she thinks! Mysteryville 2 Deluxe again offers plenty of research for her and for you. Her friend Bill has gone missing, and how are the art auction and the new inhabitants involved? This new adventure is even more intriguing and the new puzzles will keep on haunting you.

  • 22 levels packed with 'search and find' fun
  • intriguing storyline
  • new characters
  • beautiful graphics
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Reviews of Mysteryville 2
 | Added on: January 27, 2011
Fun addictive game. Not a big challenge, but like I said it is fun. Will play over again.
 | Added on: November 18, 2009
Not too bad for a hidden object game. You have your items to find, shapes to find, same items in one scene to find and pairs of items to match. Throw in some not too challenging mini puzzles and its okay to play. Graphics need to be sharper and the timer to find the shape objects is not long enough but you remember where they are to click faster a second time. The twist at the end to the "Where's Bill" question came as a surprise.
 | Added on: July 13, 2010
This game is the most politically incorrect game I have ever played. It is so funny. Cigarettes, booze and a sexist chemist. Very funny. You have to think fast to complete tasks in time. I much prefer the photo quality of the scenes as opposed to the painted scenes of many other hidden object games.
 | Added on: October 6, 2010
Delightful game with a well contrived plot. I actually enjoyed reading the conversations. I rated this game as "kid friendly" because the dialog at times would teach kids about subtle sexism. The Lab fellow was the very worst. Since the game had less than a generous timer I must admit that I had to replay frequently. This was not a problem since on each replay you were building knowledge where objects were. The puzzles are also timed, tips were allowed, and they varied in difficulty. I was unable to complete rotation of all the dials to defuse the bomb due to the short timer. Most people will not have that difficulty. I have a neurological disorder and could not rotate fast enough in the alloted time.
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