Virtual Villagers 2 - The Lost Children
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  • Windows 2000 / Windows 98 / Windows ME / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 700 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 96 MB Ram
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Virtual Villagers 2 - The Lost Children 

Follow a pair of curious villagers into the cave of Isola in this eagerly anticipated sequel to the smash hit. Plunge with them into dazzling sunlight and mist as a magnificent waterfall cuts them off them from their friends and family and brings them face to face with . . . children! Care for this fledgling tribe and discover more secrets of the Island of Isola in hours of immersive fun. They build, learn, and grow in real-time, even if your computer is off, but you'll want to keep an eye on them to make sure they don't give up too easily. Featuring all-new puzzles, technologies, and island events, Virtual Villagers - The Lost Children is full of the unexpected. Explore the western shore of Isola today!

  • Unlimited Play
  • Real Time Technology - Keeps Going Even If Your PC is Off!
  • Hundreds of Unique Villagers
  • Mysteries and Surprises to Discover
  • Dozens of Unique Collectibles for Village Children to Retrieve
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Reviews of Virtual Villagers 2 - The Lost Children
 | Added on: December 4, 2014
 
Have you ever just wished you had your own little world? The Lost Children certainly need your help. You decide the jobs and activities that the children and adults take part in. You create recipes and build things on the island. Join the fun and create your own little world.
 | Added on: December 28, 2012
 
Never played a Sim. game, before, but I thought I'd give it a try...within the first hour, I was addicted and bought it ! Have to admit, I hard time, initially, trying to figure out what I was supposed to do. After losing all the adults, in my 1st Tribe, I resorted to the on-line cheats to get me started. The cheats will explain what the Puzzles/Milestones are that need to be completed in order to advance in the game. Once I got the hang of it, I had a hard time leaving the Island & going to bed! It's very relaxing, as there's no time limit for puzzle completion, just requires some planning on how to reach each Milestone. It's easy to get very attached to your Villagers and what goal you have for each of them. If, like me, you're new to this type of game, be sure to check the Game Speeds available in the Options section. I find that when I'm actively playing, I use the 2X game speed, but if I'm not going to be checking in on them for a day or so, I set it on 1/2 Speed or I Pause the game, entirely. It can get a bit frustrating, when you want to accumulate Tech. points and there's not enough to do to acquire them. Overall, I'd recommend this game, if you're looking for a nice, relaxing way to spend some time. I'm so hooked on this series that, although I haven't completed The Lost Children, I've already purchased The Secret City! Great for all ages, since you can play at your own pace without worrying about time running out for Puzzle completion. My grandchildren reach each Milestone way before I figure them out, but I'm finding it's quite addictive for those of us in the Over 55 generation, also! Thanks to its crisp, clear graphics and ease in moving about the island, you do not need the vision nor finger speed which many games require.
 | Added on: August 24, 2010
 
the game over all is fun to play as long as you have the time to make sure the villagers get off to the right start. the problem is trying to get master builders when there isn't enough for them to do in the beginning, and they will not stay on task. kids will have fun following all the children around to pick up all the items.
 | Added on: June 21, 2010
 
Love this game. A fun game that gets you addicted and your villagers are like little pets. You have to take care of them and it's a challenge to see how old your people can get to and when they die you are surprised to see how attatched you had come to that little person. Great time relaxing game. Another game that had to use internet game cheats to accomplish all the puzzles.
 | Added on: April 3, 2012
 
This is the first Virtual Villager game I have played out of the series. My teenage granddaughter wanted to play it so that is why I bought the game. This game would have really aggravated me if I had not found some cheats for it on-line. It is kind of fun that the game plays without you while you sleep, work etc. You have options for your villagers to become masters at different professions. But to me it is impossible to be a master at parenting or healing. I have gotten one of the girls pregnant 4 or 5 times and she still isn't a master. You can tell the children stories and I haven't done that much so maybe that would bring my parenting skills up. This is an interesting game, and I am enjoying playing it but there isn't enough building going on to get masters at that skill for very many people. I wish there were a few more things to do/build etc. in the game. But all in all I am enjoying this one and look forward to playing more Virtual Villager games.
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