Princess Isabella 2 - Return of the Curse
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  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Princess Isabella 2 - Return of the Curse 

Save a newborn baby and the entire kingdom from a witch's wrath in Princess Isabella - Return of the Curse Deluxe, a satisfying sequel to the hit game. One year after the evil witch was vanquished from the castle, she's returned with a powerful new curse. This time, she casts the spell over the entire kingdom and takes Princess Isabella's child captive as well.

  • help Princess Isabella save her child in this stunning hidden object adventure
  • navigate through six haunting chapters and over 200 beautifully dark scenes
  • call on help from your fairy friend and her special powers
  • get secondary help from a friendly dragon
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Reviews of Princess Isabella 2 - Return of the Curse
 | Added on: October 10, 2011
 
very depressing. the music, the graphics. creepy. i normally would love a game like this, but this one was rather annoying. there just is not enuf help. and i played the casual mode. there is not enuf direction. i spent a lot of time going back and forth b/c i couldn't progress in certain scenes. the more i felt stuck, the more stuck i got. i'd kinda like to know how the story ends, but the frustration i felt playing will most probably keep me from finding out.
 | Added on: April 17, 2012
 
The first time I downloaded this game I struggled with it but I was new to HO games and didn't know a lot of the standard tricks to solving these adventure type games. Giving a second go, I really enjoyed. It's hard enough without being too difficult, lots of places where the kids could help with puzzles and a fair amount of places that took a bit of serious thought to resolve. All in all, a nice little game with a lot of pretty graphics. Would have given it 5 Stars but I felt that the Fairy and Dragon concept for help and special abilities was a bit too clicky and complicated.
 | Added on: September 28, 2011
 
I really enjoyed playing this game! A lot of thought went into this. It can be enjoyed by all age groups. Don't want to give away any of the plot. Need to try it.
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
Great scenery graphics, but honestly I hate the main characters. The prince and princess look totally ugly, the fairies look obviously much better. The first time I see the prince, I just want to smack his face :P. I love the baby dragon, really cute. Nice characters' voices. Good HO and puzzles. HO are well hidden but not fuzzy and not so hard. Enjoyable puzzles, the hardest in my opinion are the arranging color to free people. Interesting storyline and open ending, probably for another sequel? Nothing much to replay in this edition. Average play time. I use FunPass to play this so I am happy with it. The platinum version could be more worthy to purchase considering the replay value.
 | Added on: October 5, 2011
 
I played this game at the advanced level and enjoyed not having things "glow" to give away their locations. I also enjoyed having to reason out solutions and objectives. The puzzles were easy but not too easy. Graphics were nice, music too. Characters didn't bother me - more child focused but good. I liked the hodge podge of fairy tales and the use of the special abilities that the "helper" characters possessed. I used a free ticket to purchase this game and was entertained enough to not regret it. Long enough (average game time) but was having fun and would have enjoyed a bit more play time. Overall, a good game.
 | Added on: September 28, 2011
 
This game was soo much fun I played the first one and couldn't wait for this one and it was just as good as I imagined. I loved the baby dragon. It was very good. I would reccomend it to anyone who loves hidden object games.
 | Added on: October 5, 2011
 
This game was suffciently challenging to keep your interest to the very end. Many times it was not obvious what you had to do. It keeps you backtracking to make sure you did not miss something. I did not like the ending but maybe there will be another game to finish what happens to the baby. All in all, it is a good game.
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
I'm a fan of the game which precedes this one: "Princess Isabella - A Witch's Curse." I wasn't expecting this sequel, but was naturally excited to play it. The premise reminds me a tad of Sleeping Beauty. Isabella's family, her infant child and husband, are abducted by the Witch she believed to be defeated. The objective is to destroy the Witch and retrieve Isabella's loved ones. Overall, I was impressed with just about every aspect of it. The sequel is loyal to the original in the sense that the graphics are skillfully done, yet still simple, like a children's storybook. The music/sound effects range from slightly foreboding to joyful and pleasant. I enjoyed the puzzles and HO scenes. Some puzzles were just challenging enough, and others were incredibly easy. Overall, the game has a very light whimsical feel, but with a dark center. The entire games builds up to the final confrontation between Isabella and the Witch. I had a couple of qualms with this game. First, it seemed much more chaotic than the first. Unlike the original, which stays within the walls of the castle, you are free to roam the many villages and surrounding areas. The constant backtracking gets to be tiresome, and it felt as though the developers were trying to stuff as many different storybook tales as they possibly could into the game. For instance, you'll come across a puppet shop, a fairy village, Rapunzel's tower, dragons, giant bugs, bridge trolls, sirens... I could go on and on. The second issue I had with this game was the ending. I was expecting they would change the way Isabella goes about defeating the Witch, instead of falling back on the ending from the first installment. I anticipated something more challenging, but was a little disappointed to discover it was exactly the same. Nevertheless, the pros certainly outweigh the cons. I would absolutely recommend this game if you're a fan of the original.
 | Added on: October 17, 2011
 
Fine, but nothing extraordinary! The story is quite thin and I found it quite boring. It looks great though.
 | Added on: September 10, 2012
 
This game has great graphics. It has a great storyline. You get a lot of extras the preview to part 3. Wallpapers an extra chapter. Buy the platinum to obtain all these extras you may not get with the non platinum.
 | Added on: July 30, 2012
 
I really enjoyed playing this game that was more relaxing than challenging. I have the first game on my Wii and this game was just as enjoyable. I really appreciated the Premium Edition because some of the puzzles were hard to solve without help. There weren't a lot of HO scenes, but over all, kids could easily get through the game.
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