Sparkle 2
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 700 MHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Sparkle 2 

Play Sparkle 2 Deluxe, the fantastic sequel to the hit bubble game! Five enchanted keys are spread across the lands. Many have tried to find them, but all failed and are now trapped within the dark lands. It's up to you to find all keys and unlock something of great value. Pop enough orbs and use your power-ups wisely as you play Sparkle 2 Deluxe!

  • enjoy over 90 challenging levels in this enchanted bubble game
  • play 3 different game modes and choose 16 enchantments to use
  • keep track of your statistics with the book of achievements
  • earn achievements for things like unlocking all enchantments and completing your quest
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 | Added on: July 6, 2014
I own Sparkle, but have never been able to finish it. I tried Sparkle 2 trial and it seemed to promise that I could finish. I just recently bought it. and, indeed, I was able to finish. I think the deciding factor was the magnetizing power-up that threw the bonuses towards you. I used it throughout the game. On another time through I may try some of the others. My main purpose this time was just to get through the game. But there are other modes of play: Survival and Challenge. I've not yet tried the Challenge, but have begun working through the Survival which is divided into sections rather than one long survival like Zuma. Each section will last indefinitely but you are awarded up to 5 stars depending on how far you can go. Many, many sections which would be nice for quick play when your time to play is limited. I liked the game and the orginial Sparkle. This one better because I could finish it.
 | Added on: July 19, 2013
I love all of the Luxor games but Sparkle 2, like Sparkle 1, is just another Luxor wannabe minus the Egyptian backgrounds. There is absolutely nothing new or different about either one to spark my interest or to give me the desire to play either game so I go back to my Luxor games (I own them all). Sparkle 2, like Sparkle 1, is BORING ... ZZZZZZZZ. They're both a great cure for insomnia, though.
 | Added on: August 10, 2013
I did not play the original Sparkle, so I can only judge from this one. I have to say I'm not crazy about it. I do like a good marble balls game, but the balls are so big here you can't hardly miss them. It reminds me of the original Luxor game, which I liked a lot, at the time. The new Luxor 2 HD has astonishing graphics and interesting scenarios. But not so in Sparkle 2. The graphics seem very elementary. Nothing to write home about.
 | Added on: July 29, 2013
I loved the first Sparkle, and still play it quite often. I was really excited when I saw 'Sparkle 2', but ended up being very disappointed. It is totally different to the first game, and now has the large "Luxor" type balls, which I hate - the ones in the original game are much smaller, and far more difficult to hit! There are also too many power ups on offer this time, which again makes the game way too easy. Compared to the first 'Sparkle' I found it boring and too quick - I finished it in just over three hours. I kept waiting for something else to be revealed, to make it better, but it never happened. I uninstalled it as soon as I finished it. I'm just glad I had a Fun Pass, and didn't have to buy it.
 | Added on: August 8, 2013
Really fun marble game! I've only played the trial so far but I think I'm going to buy this. Awesome graphics and fun to play. The story seems interesting also and the music is a lot better than many othe games.
 | Added on: August 5, 2013
It's different from the first Sparkle but I like it still. The big color balls take a little getting used to and the new/old power ups are good so it will be hours of fun/entertainment.
 | Added on: July 25, 2013
Sparkle 2 is a good game that gets more challenging as the game progresses. The levels don't get difficult until the player has played enough to understand how the game works and can use whatever strategies are available. There are extra power-ups to earn as you progress in the game, and there are challenges and achievements to earn in addition to completing each level.. The different game modes and the power-ups give the player options that change the game experience as often as you want it changed. I like a game with a high replay value and this game has that. The graphics are very pleasant with vibrant colors and interesting scenes. The story line is okay, this isn't really an important factor for me, so unless the story is irritating I don't notice it. This one I'm following and not thinking about one way or the other. Other games of this genre that I've enjoyed are Pirate Poppers and Sweetopia (they are both pretty old now, but I liked them a lot when they were new). I know I enjoy Sparkle 2 more than Sweetopia, and about the same or maybe more than Pirate Poppers. I'd say the best way to find out if you like it is to try the 60-minute free trial. You probably won't get to any extremely difficult levels in that time, but you'll get a good sense of the game.
 | Added on: August 5, 2013
Like others have mentioned, I was really excited to see a sequel for Sparkle FINALLY released. My first clue should have been the change in developers - Myth People put tons of care, effort, and work into Sparkle. None of that carried over to Sparkle 2, IMO - too much of a Luxor clone... orbs are too big and too easy to hit... I didn't even want to try to figure out where all of the game secrets were, when I really WANTED to figure them out in Sparkle. Another complaint is the music - it sounds stale, boring and rehashed. It looks like this was just thrown together haphazardly, unlike the first game in the series. I know this sounds like a lot of sour grapes, but I had high expectations for Sparkle 2, and they most certainly were not met. I will, however, give Sparkle 2 (begrudging) kudos for more adaptability for your monitor's native screen resolution but... a turkey is still a turkey, no matter how pretty you try to dress it up. My advice is to stick with the first Sparkle and forget that this one ever happened.
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