Little Shop of Treasures 2
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Little Shop of Treasures 2 

Welcome back to Huntington and an all-new adventure of seek-and-find fun. Help the shoppers of this charming little town find the items they desire. You have to earn enough money to restore and reopen your Uncle Roy's gas station. Featuring two exciting game modes, a unique hint feature, and hours of eye-popping fun, Little Shop of Treasures 2 Deluxe is a fantastic discovery of family fun!

  • Two Game Modes: Regular and Blitz
  • Unique Items to Find
  • Intricately Detailed Scenes
  • Original Hint Feature
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Reviews of Little Shop of Treasures 2
 | Added on: March 3, 2011
 
Busy scenes keep things interesting. There are a number of things which might seem antique to children of today: the telephones, radios, and typewriters for instance. My eight year old grandson has fun playing the game, and I have fun playing it with him to point out unfamiliar items to him. (And playing it before he does, so I can keep one step ahead.)
 | Added on: July 8, 2009
 
This is a sequel with just a different story and the same goals - find items by their name for customers and within the time allowed. You are still selling objects in order to make money for repairs and upgrading of the old gas station into a wonderful shop - colors, signs, lawn, ect ... Once the game is complete, you can play and reply this game if you choose. Overall, this was a nice 'seek/find' game with busy scenes, but the storyline was extremely simple. I gave this game three stars because it felt just like playing the original game again ... I expected more.
 | Added on: July 29, 2010
 
Have played quite a few hidden object games, and found this one to be too easy. Never came close to timing out at a level, no bonus features. Guess it's hard to compare to the Mystery Case files games, but they are far superior. Got this game with Coke rewards points and there was a big problem with following the link to get the game downloaded. Game House was great at getting it resolved.
 | Added on: August 31, 2010
 
love the game never get tired of playing it. great for kids and adults. have all 6 little shop games
 | Added on: January 8, 2010
 
I love these "Little Shop" games, and this one was no different. The graphics are enjoyable and there is enough variety in the scenes and objects to keep things interesting. Though it is a timed game, there are enough hints and help items to make it just challenging enough. These games are also a good replay because you can always play through again with a different set of objects, or play the 'blitz' rounds. And the storyline is minimal, which I like.
 | Added on: December 25, 2011
 
This might look like a kids game, but I tell you what I had a hard time finding hidden oblects in this game. The seens are so full of things, all in bight colors and so much stuff, it gave me a brain ack. Good game but tough for this old lady.
 | Added on: March 3, 2011
 
really good game with nice graphics and goog vocabulary
 | Added on: April 14, 2011
 
I really like having a time limit to the challenges. I play alot of Hidden Object games, and prefer that they have a time limit to strive to beat. The objects are very well hidden, and the graphics are great. I would recommend this game for those who are looking for a challenge, not those who like a more casual gameplay.
 | Added on: August 27, 2010
 
This is the type of HOG I really like. Hints are easy to use, if you need them, but you must find them for yourself. You are not sent down unnecessary paths or dead ends. Each level leads to the next smoothly. You don't have to collect inventory items. It's just straight forward searching for hidden objects. Some are cleverly hidden, but not impossible to find.
 | Added on: October 5, 2011
 
I love all of the little shop games. Just wish that the would bundle the the whole little shop games!
 | Added on: February 23, 2011
 
I don't usually offer review of games, but my experience with this one was so horrid, that I couldn't help myself. First of all, the game is timed, and does not offer you a relaxed mode. While some gamers like the fast-paced games, I do not. I prefer to take my time, get up and stretch during any moment of the game, and this put me off right away. Next was the back ground music. Granted, you could turn it off, but I prefer listening to some kind of related music, and this was just the same annoying (to me) same notes over and over. The thing that really turned me off however, was the junky, cluttered scenes with fuzzy graphics. There was just too much clutter, and no or a poor attempt to have things blend into the scene. The experience should have been more like a scavenger hunt. Instead, it felt more like digging through the county landfill. After 3 cluttered scenes, I was getting a headache just trying to focus on the objects I was supposed to find. Instead, I found myself trying to just figure out what stuff was supposed to be....to heck with finding the objects. I won't be buying this game...not even at $2.99. Aspirin costs more than the game is worth.
 | Added on: March 3, 2011
 
So after being asked to review game, I will give my first ever review. I got the game because I love HO's and the great price. I'm not thrilled with having a time limit but it was okay repeating the levels I failed which was most of them because of the really cluttered scenes. On the other hand, my sister loved the game. She likes straight forward HO's without secret spots and going down the wrong path. I can see playing this with my grandson when he comes to visit as it is simple to comprehend and the scenes are very colorful and fun. I hope this helps someone to make up their mind. My advice is give it a try, it might be right down your alley!
 | Added on: January 5, 2012
 
This game is both easy and hard at the same time. It is easy in that there is not a great deal of 'noodle' work. But you must concentrate on each scene to locate the objects. The vivid scenery keeps you attached to the game. The story line adds a cute twist that keeps you into the game.
 | Added on: April 25, 2012
 
I din't know why they force you to play with such a short, stupid timer. Good games have relaxed mode for people like me who want to enjoy playing, and YES, HAVE TIME TO ACTUALLY LOOK.
 | Added on: September 23, 2010
 
Got this game through coke rewards. (Was disappointed at first because I thought I was going to be able to chose the game of my choice.... but I am glad, because...) I am having a lot of fun with it. It is fun trying to remember from one "week" to the next where the objects were... and then "dang" it that was in the other shop! I think the grand kids will love it.... AFTER I AM DONE!
 | Added on: July 25, 2009
 
I too thought that the sequel would be different but I still found it addictive.
 | Added on: July 8, 2010
 
This is the fourth Little Shop game I have played, and I miss the little extras in the others (City Lights, Road Trip, and Memories). I like looking for all the pigeons, sock monkeys, cans of "snakes", you get the idea. This is just straight find the items on the list. To be fair, if this had been the first of their games I played, I would be giving it a higher rating.
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